Time Out Magazine No 1248 1994 Gay Abandon Elvis Presley Frank Skinner Hare Krishna
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Time Out Magazine No 1248 1994 Gay Abandon Elvis Presley Frank Skinner Hare KrishnaTime Out MAGAZINE No 1039 July 20-27 1994 Gay Abandon Elvis Frank Skinner Hare Krishna.
Hotshots 4 Featuring film censorship, Broadway's Barbara Cook, Berliners having a good time and a who's where of London's cemeteries. Also starring Jon Ronson and Sidelines. Edited by Elaine Paterson. News 11 Plus Martin Rowson. Beyond Belief 16 The dispute raging over a Hare Krishna temple in Hertfordshire is not an isolated incident. Across London, religious groups are being stopped from praying in peace. Julian Kossoff reports. Cover Story Gay Abandon 20 Forget your so-called seminal moments in rock. The history of real pop music, from Elvis to Queen to Pet Shop Boys, is gay. Peter Paphides explains why, in the world of hit singles, camp is king. Skinner Dipping 26
When Frank Skinner's not on TV sharing a sofa with David Baddiel, he's at home, sharing a sofa with flatmate David Baddiel. Laura Lee Davies tracks down the enigma that is Frank Skinner. Swamp Things 28 From Bluegrass banjo to an Elvis kitsch-out the Festival of the American South is a finger-lickin' feast of the weird and wonderful. Michael Wright braved the bayoux to see what's in store.
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Offers 169 Win a trip around the world and a Pentax camera in our sixth annual travel-writing competition; free film tickets for 'The Last Seduction' ; win a chance to see Madness in Finsbury Park.
Last Word 170 Letters and The Wimp. .
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