Time Out Magazine No 1234 April 13-20 1994 Chrissie Hynde Bill T Jones Andy Goldsworth
Time Out No 1234 April 13-20 1994
Andy Goldsworthy, p20 Chrissie Hynde, p18 Hotshots 4 Six pages of gossip, trends and highlights for the coming week. Featuring Phillip Hodson, Sidelines, London lines and Dispatches. Edited by Andrew Tuck. News 11 Plus Martin Rowson. Bite The Ballot 12 The local elections are looming again, and control of many local councils is up for grabs. Catherine Pepinster and Julian Kossoff assess the changing colour of London politics. Eat To The Beat 16 In a Tokyo hostess bar, Tony Rayns meets 'Beat' Takeshi Kitano, Japanese comedian, novelist and film director, whose new movie, 'Sonatine', is set to introduce London to his talents. Golden Hynde 18 Chrissie Hynde and the Pretenders are about to release their best album in ten years. As they embark on a tour, Laura Lee Davies talks causes and chords with the great Pretender. Organic Chemistry 20 Andy Goldsworthy wraps stones in leaves and smears trees with red sand — all in the name of art. David Lillington finds out more about the endless call of the wild. . Slaves To Lev 22 St Petersburg's Maly Theatre and its director Lev Dodin face high expectations for every show. Tom Morris watches the opening of its new production of The Cherry Orchard' in Paris. Kiss And Tell 24 As black gay American choreographer Bill T Jones brings his new show to London, Allen Robertson finds out how he's remained a mover and shaker despite the death of his partner. Offers 161 Sit in the studio and watch Costello play live; win bags full of 'Lemmings' goodies; take a walk in the country near London or bag yourself a copy of `Kwaidan' on video. Last Word 162 Letters and The Wimp.
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Cover Story So Hip It Hurts 25 Want to get noticed for all the right reasons? We present the ultimate guide to all things trendy, from food to drink, accessories to art works — if it's 'in' it's in.
Food 33 Still not had your fill of hip? Caroline Stacey reveals where to be seen eating this summer.
Cover Design: Jeremy Leslie Photography: Karl Grant Model: Matt Rose at Boss Hair And Make-up: Linn Skoy
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