Time Out Magazine No 1126 March 18-25 1992 Warren Beatty PJ Harvey Sandra Bernhard
Time Out March 18-25 1992
The complete guide to the next eight days in London
Jon Ronson 5 Dust off your dark glasses. Our stark staring madman goes starkers. Opening Shots 6 The next eight days in pictures. News 8 Plus Sidelines. A Date With Your X 10 April 9 is the day, London's the battleground. Our news team reports on the key marginal seats that could affect the outcome of the forthcoming general election. On The Offensive 14 Sandra Bernhard fearlessly mocks America's showbiz royalty in her bawdy stand-up show `Giving Till It Hurts'. Anita Chaudhuri meets the motormouth comedienne. Cover Story Hungry For More 16 Fame and fortune came early to Warren Beatty, but he soon learned to use his power. Geoff Andrew talks to Hollywood's control freak as 'Bugsy' opens in London. Shock Tactics 20 Michel Piccoli's new film, la Belle Noiseuse', is the tale of an aged artist and his nubile model. Geoff Andrew meets the veteran actor. Monarchy In The UK 23 As the London Monarchs prepare to do battle in the American Football World League, Andrew Shields reports on the League's beleaguered organisers. Gritty Polly 24 Yeovil band PJ Harvey write songs of such fierce sincerity they leave Laura Lee Davies groping for superlatives. She meets terrifyingly earnest vocalist Polly Harvey. Offers 161 See la Belle Noiseuse' for free; get discount tickets for the London Ball; attend our special Scorsese screening; win Jarman and Greenaway videos. Last Word 162 Letters and The Wimp.
Sell Out 27
News 27 Muddy Fox mountain bikes ride off into the sunset. Kylie Sanderson reports.
Gone To Seed 28 Four years ago, the Green revolution meant that saving the planet was more important than saving money. So what went wrong? Kylie Sanderson and Andrew Tuck find out.
Food 31 Caroline Stacey charts the rise of the posh vegetarian restaurant. Shops 33 The latest sales and buylines.
Cover Design: Jeremy Leslie Photograph of Annette Bening and Warren Beatty: Herb Ritts
To this day Time Out magazine continues to provide information to make the most of living in London – from comedy nights, art galleries, classic clubs and old-school caffs to shops & markets, film houses, theaters, pubs & bars, small music gigs, concerts, clubs, cabaret, poetry readings etc.
Time Out London magazine covers just about everything happening in London at the time of issue. Ex condition. Perfect readable copy. Will be posted in a strong card envelope. Our Ref: Back Issues Box 8
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