Time Out Magazine No 1267 1994 November 30-December 7 Johnathan Pryce Daniil Kharms Eternal Sassie
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Time Out Magazine No 1267 1994 November 30-December 7 Johnathan Pryce Daniil Kharms Eternal SassieTime Out MAGAZINE No 1267 1994 features Sassie from Zoom cover....Contents as follows.
November 30-December 7
The complete guide to the next eight days in London.
Hotshots 4 Six pages of highlights for the coming week with with Miranda Sawyer forgoing her beauty sleep, the latest computer news and Brixton's most prolific poet. Edited by Elaine Paterson. News 11.
The Dream Team 12 What goes while Lonson is is fast asleep? Our trusty news team stay up way past their bedtime to shadow the denizens of the night. Gospel Truths 14 Etrnal have won over the teenies with their five classy soul and gospel driven singles. Ambience Chasers 16 London's fast-changing and frequently baffling club scene. Dave Swindells and Peter Paphides! Pryce Togs 20 Jonathan Pryce is tackling Fagin in 'Oliver:" for Cameron Mackintosh, but he won't be wearing a big black hat and indulging in Jewish caricature. Charms And The Man 22 Theatre de Complicite have dug up some obscure playwrights in their time, but Daniil Kharms is the most mysterious yet. Cover Story The Lots Show 25 After hours and you still watt to eat drink and be merry? Check our ultimate dirty stop-out's guide to living it up through till dawn. Cover model: Sassie at zoom.
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