Time Out Magazine No 1247 July 13-20 1994 Alkarim Jivani Brett Butler Josette Simon
Time Out Magazine No 1247 July 13-20 1994
Six pages of hot gossip and definitive dates, including London's low-life literati, Dublin blarney,
mummy's boys and Jon Ronson going underground. Edited by Elaine Paterson.
Plus Martin Rowson.
Cracking The Code 12
Violence, shootings and drugs are everyday news in London. But what lies behind the headlines
for those involved in dealing crack or battling to eradicate it? John Silverman reports.
The Reel Thing 15
More thrills than a big dipper and as real as reality — can the
Trocadero’s new Emaginator live up to the hype? Dominic Wells
straps himself in and takes off.
Fjord Escort 18
After a lengthy absence,
Josette Simon swans back
on to the London stage in
Ibsen's moody masterpiece,
‘The Lady From the Sea’. a
James Christopher finds out
why she’s been away so long. cam
Roman Remains 20
Sixty years old, and Roman Polanski has retained all ~
his passion for film-making. Geoff Andrew goes on the
set of ‘Death and the Maiden’ in Paris, and
watches a electrifying genius at work.
Pant Belle Of The Bawl 24
Who the hell is Brett Butler? The
The new US sitcom queen and
camres Vesa ‘Mouth of the South’ who's aiming
to add England to her list of TV conquests. Alkarim Jivani
is granted an audience.
Sceptred Aisles 26
Ever since ‘Four Weddings & a Funeral’, visiting Americans have been gatecrashing Brit
hitchings in the vague hope of encountering Hugh Grant. Brian Case hangs round a few vestries.
Win lunch at The Box, Ingmar Bergman videos, free haircuts at Maneline plus Discounts.
Last Word 178
Letters and The Wimp.
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