Time Out Magazine No 1295 1994 June 14-21 Pagan cults Derek Jarman Jimmy Nail Cirque Plume

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Time Out Magazine No 1295 1994 June 14-21 Pagan cults Derek Jarman Jimmy Nail Cirque Plume

Time Out MAGAZINE No 1294 1994

4 Derek Jarman: A gardener's world.

London Lives: Trevor Stuart, performance artist.
Dispatches: Oslo, Europe’s most earnest achiever.
Plus: Sandals wars, all the scoops of Sidelines, and
Miranda Sawyer at the Derby. Edited by James Christopher.

10 a bunch of cults: Pagan cults are thriving. But is there
more to them than meets the eye? Julian Kossoff reports.
Manifesto: Barbara Smoker of the National Secular
Society on why belief is bad.
Pius: Fast and Loose, and all the week’s news.

14 Cirque Plume
They set their heads on fire! They make wine glasses sing!
They’re alternative circus artistes! Rick Jones applauds.

16 Wet Wet Wet
Do Wet Wet Wet make you want to hurl? You're not alone.
Laura Lee Davies shares a technicolour yawn on the tour
bus with Britain's biggest-selling soul boys.

18 Therapy?
Tired? Bored? Fed up? Depressed? Then you need a dose
of thrash from Therapy? says Laura Lee Davies.

20 Cover Story Jimmy Nail
He's sold almost a million copies of his last LP, but won’t
be called a pop star. He’s one of TV’s biggest stars, but
hates acting. Stand up Jimmy Nail, reluctant renaissance
man, and unlikely sex god. Laura Lee Davies meets him.

24 China ungagged
James Christopher finds a smuggled Chinese presence at
LIFT, while Tony Rayns meets film director Zhou Xiaowen.

8 days a week
27 Sell Out
Brixton Academy sold to
Christians. Jane Bartlett reports.
28 Wheel life
Freewheel into summer in style.
with our ultimate guide to the
hottest bikes on the streets.
37 Personal services
Susannah Frankel on designer
Romeo Gigi's return to form.
38 Shop talk
All the latest sales and bargains,
plus regular features Six Items
Or Less and Streets of London.
41 Food
Caroline Stacey samples the
capital's newest restaurants.
44 International agenda
Next week's highlights in the
world’s other cities.
45 This Week
Tom Charity on the art of
screenwriting (p72): Andrew
Shields flies his kite (p130);
Jane Edwardes on the Arts
Council's Green Paper on Rep
Theatres (p133).
45 Around Town /Visitors
49 Art
54 Books /Poetry
57 Children
59 Clubs
66 Comedy
70 Dance
72 Film
100 Gay
109 Music: Rock
125 Music: Places
126 Music: Classical/Opera
129 Politics
130 Sport/Mind & body
133 Student London
133 Theatre
144 Classifieds
Ads to your life.
161 Time In
Gossip, Aerial Views, Cinefile
and all the week's highlights.
162 Day-by-day guide
178 Cable & Satellite
180 Video/Games/Techno
182 Radio
185 Offers
Win a round-London shopping
spree to celebrate the
. publication of the ‘Time Out
Guide to Shopping & Services’.
186 Last Word
Letters and The Wimp.

Still in action today Time Out London magazine has continued to provide information to make the most of living in London – from comedy nights, art galleries, classic clubs and old-school caffs to shops and markets, film houses, theatres, pubs and bars, music gigs, clubs, cabaret, poetry readings etc. Time Out magazine covers popular and important events happening in London at the time of going to press. Ex condition. Perfect readable copy. Will be posted in a strong card envelope. 

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