Time Out Magazine No 1297 1995 June 28 July 5 Moondog Perdo Almodovar Majida El-Roumi
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Time Out Magazine No 1297 1995 June 28 July 5 Moondog Perdo Almodovar Majida El-RoumiTime Out MAGAZINE No 1297 1995 Moondog Perdo Almodovar Majida El-Roumi
June 28-July 5 Cover Photograph Ginger Hotshots 4 Completely barking: Who - or what - is Moondog? London Lives: Peter Buchan, herring saviour. Dispatches: St Petersburg's 'White Nights Pop Festival'. Pius: Sports bars, scoops from Sidelines, and Miranda Sawyer going to Glastonbury. Edited by James Christopher. News 10 Protest vote: Does Greenpeace deserve the glory it's claiming over the Brent Spar affair? Tony Thompson reports. Plus: Fast and Loose, Manifesto and all the week's news. Features 16 Venice: State of the art The Venice Biennale. Europe's premier art jamboree, celebrates its centenary this year. In the first of our special international features. Sarah Kent explains why it has fallen short of expectations. 18 Burma: Boorman ,bounces back 'Beyond Rangoon', a study Of wartorn Burma, has restored John Boorman's faith in film-making. Brian Case asks why. 20 Madrid: Pedro Almodovar His last film, 'Kika', may have received a critical drubbing, but Pedro AlmodOvar is in no mood for repentance. Peter Paphides meets him on location in Madrid. 22 Berlin: Volk music The VolksbOhne's radical fusion of music and politics has brought theatre back to the people. By David Tushingham. 24 London: Wild is the wind Mark Lawson, journalist and chairman of BBC2's pundits' forum, 'Late Review', has just published his third book, 'Idlewild'. He talks faction with Steve Grant. 26 Lebanon: Beirut bombshell Martin Hoyle weaves through the rubble on the trail of the Lebanon's favourite singer. 8 days a week Cover story 27 Sell Out Pub Guide Our testers heroically suffer the mother and father of all hang-overs to put 50 West End pubs to the test. We rate everything from the beer to the bar staff, and the tariffs to the toilets. 33 Shop talk Ambling down Clapham's Abbeville Road. picking up the best travel bags, and shopping for surf wear in Covent Garden. 39 Food & drink Caroline Stacey checks out the capital's new restaurants, and Patrick Matthews selects the best value Argentinian wines. 41 International agenda Next week's highlights in the world's most happening cities. 42 This Week Dominic Wells picks up on 'Crumb' (p67); Laura Lee Davies contemplates the enduring appeal of hard rock (p98); Mike Collins marvels at the might of Prince Naseem Hamed (p121). 42 Around Town/Visitors 46 Art 51 Books/Poetry 54 Children 56 Clubs 61 Comedy 65 Dance 67 Film 95 Gay 98 Music: Rock 116 Music: Places 118 Music: Classical/Opera 120 Politics 121 Sport/Mind & body 124 Student London 124 Theatre 136 Classifieds Ads to your life. 153 Time In Gossip. Aerial Views, Cinefile and all the week's highlights. 156 Day-by-day guide 170 Cable & Satellite 172 Video/Games/Techno 174 Radio 177 Offers Go from Soho to SoHo with a weekend in New York, and win the Rolling Stones on CD, stylish shades and free film tickets. 178 Last Word Letters and The Wimp.
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