Time Out Magazine No 1146 August 5 -12 1992 Madness Victor Lewis Smith Alex De La Iglesia

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Time Out Magazine No 1146 August 5 -12 1992 Madness Victor Lewis Smith Alex De La Iglesia
Time Out MAGAZINE No 1146 1992 features Hell's bells cover....Contents as follows.

August 5-12
Jon Ronson More wit and unwisdom from everybody's favourite columnist. Opening Shots 6 The next eight days in pictures. News 8 Plus Sidelines. Class Conscious 12 As the government plans its crackdown on truancy, Catherine Pepinster goes in search of the absentees and asks if playing truant is the first step on the road to crime. Skull For Scandal 15 Dominic Wells flicks through the three-year history of 'Skin', the controversial graphic novel about a psychotic thalidomide skinhead. Ethics Girl 16 Rising playwright April De Angelis is going for the jugular in her latest Edit Production at the Royal Court. She talks to James Christopher about life, the universe and everything. Nutty But Nice 18 '80s heroes Madness return from the dead this weekend for two one-off gigs in Finsbury Park. Laura Lee Davies finds the magnificent seven older, wiser and just as mad as ever. Cover Story Hell's A Poppin' 22 Who would you commit to the lowest circle of television's inferno? Victor Lewis-Smith points the finger at the sinners he just can't forgive, while Allearim Jivani peers into the smoking pit of BBC2's Bank Holiday horror, 'TV Hell'. Cover Stoly The Shit Parade 26 My, we're feeling mean this week. Our long-suffering critics dig up the cultural corpses and expose the art crimes that the perpetrators would rather we forget. Basque To The Future 28 Young director Alex de la Iglesia got lucky when Pedro Almodovar put up the money for his debut feature. Suzi Feay went to Madrid to watch him Basque in reflected glory. Offers 153 Win a holiday for two in Bordeaux, save money on pizzas and sightseeing trips, and get tickets to see rap film 'Juice' for free.

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. Reasonable condition. Decent readable copy. Will be posted in a strong card envelope. Our Ref: Back Issues Box 10.

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