Time Out Magazine No 1300 1995 July 19-26 Frank Skinner Judge Dredd Naomi Campbell

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Time Out Magazine No 1300 1995 July 19-26 Frank Skinner Judge Dredd Naomi Campbell
Time Out Magazine July 19-26 1995 No 1300

Cover photograph Lorenzo Agius
4 Master mind: The faker who can fool the cognoscenti. London lines: Spooky strange-but-true happenings. Dispatches: Why everything's chipper in Belfast. Plus: The return of the Dark Destroyer, Miranda Sawyer painting herself into a corner, and super scoops from Sidelines. Edited by James Christopher.
10 Faith, hype and charity: Tony Thompson and Anna Moore investigate serious allegations about one of Britain's best known charities. Manifesto: Despite his name, Jim Driver says it's time the scourge of the motor car was banned from the city. Plus: Fast and Loose, and all the week's news.
16 The Dredd zone Will the 'Judge Dredd' film, starring Sylvester Stallone as the comic-strip law-enforcer, be a Dreddhead's dream? Dominic Wells asks its whizz-kid director, Danny Cannon.
18 Cover story You must be kidding! Tired of acting like a grown-up? Fancy letting your inner child out to play? Then, like adolescent cover star Frank Skinner, you need our guide to the London attractions that are far too much fun to be left to the pre-teens everything from the Trocadero to ten-pin bowling. 26 Fun for the road Comedian Alan Davies claims he didn't care when he was pipped to the Perrier he was so busy with his TV and radio career why should he? Malcolm Hay meets the man who got his big break from Des O'Connor.
8 days a week 29 Sell Out Supermodels Naomi Campbell, Claudia Schiffer and Elle MacPherson plan to turn the West End's oldest cinema into a restaurant. Andrew Tuck reports on film fans' efforts to stop them. 30 Cover story Baby boom Now you've found out how much fun it is to act like a big baby, we show you how to dress like one. 33 Death and a salesman With London's first funeral supermarket opening soon, Darren Gore investigates alternative send-offs, from burials at sea to humanist ceremonies. 34 Shop talk The new bar from the men who invited you into their Living Room café, the best pagers to pose with, plus an elegant enclave in Victoria and the latest bargains. 39 Food & drink Caroline Stacey reviews all the new restaurants and finds out where George Melly fills his belly. 42 International agenda Next week's highlights in the world's other cities.
44 This Week Brian Case plays with Jerry Lee Lewis (p52); Malcolm Hay picks TO's representative for the Perrier panel (p62); and Jim Heinemann looks forward to WOMAD at Reading (p96). 44 Around Town/Visitors 47 Art 52 Books/Poetry 55 Children 58 Clubs 62 Comedy 67 Dance 69 Film 94 Gay 96 Music: Rock 111 Music: Places 113 Music: Classical/Opera 114 Politics 115 Sport/Mind & body 117 Theatre 129 Classifieds Ads to your life. 145 Time In Gossip, Aerial Views, Cinefile and all the week's highlights. 148 Day-by-day guide 162 Cable & Satellite 164 Video/Games/Techno 166 Radio 169 Offers See 'The Big Sleep' on the big screen, have a first-class 'Stomp', and get your skates on to win some rollerblades.
170 Last Word Letters and The Wimp. Box 6

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