Time Out Magazine No 1219 1994 Party On/Hogmany Farewell my Concubine
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Time Out Magazine No 1219 1994 Party On/Hogmany Farewell my ConcubineTime Out MAGAZINE No 1219 1994 Dec 29 - Jan 5 1994 Party On/Hogmany Farewell my Concubine.
The complete guide to the next eight days in London
'Farewell My Concubine', p16.
Rave into 1994, p19.
Hotshots 4 Six pages of gossip, trends and highlights for the coming week. Featuring our man Ronson, our mole Sidelines, London lives and Dispatches. Edited by Elaine Paterson. News 11 Plus Martin Rowson. Shirt shark shock 12 It looks almost as good as the L19.99 original but on a market stall a 'designer' T-shirt can cost only £8.99. Tony Thompson checks out the huge growth in counterfeiting. Prize Fighter 16 At last year's Cannes, Chen Kaige's 'Farewell My Concubine' shared the Palme d'Or with The Piano'. Tony Rayns tells the amazing story of an extraordinary film. Cover Story Syne Of The Times 19 Don't just slide into '94 slumped in front of the box. Dave Swindells, Ben Bellman and Laura Lee Davies round up London's ultimate hip trips and tips for the coolest, vibiest New Year's Eve ever. Yearly Warming System 24 The good, the bad and the total crap. Time Out's resident team of demon critics go into rewind to deliver their verdicts on '93. Offers 137 Win the ultimate hangover cure, as well as diaries, books, videos and free entry to London Zoo Last Word 138 Letters and The Wimp.
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