Time Out Magazine No 1331 February 21-28 2128 1996 The Flaming Lips John Travolta IRA Gazon Maudit

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Time Out Magazine No 1331 February 21-28 2128 1996 The Flaming Lips John Travolta IRA Gazon Maudit

Time Out No 1331 February 21-28 2128 1996

4 Mouths almighty: Peter Paphides meets The Flaming Lips. London lines: David Hutcheon on punk landmarks. Dispatches: Peculiar cocktails in Romania. Plus: Miranda Sawyer gets quizzical, plus the usual hot sauce from Sidelines. Edited by James Christopher. 
News 
10 Movers and shakers: The Docklands bomb has left tower blocks in the area uninhabitable and forced many into emergency accommodation. Tony Thompson counts the human cost of the IRA's new campaign of terror. Manifesto: Steve Grant on the latest university challenge. Plus: Fast and Loose, and all the week's news. 

Features 
20 Dancing in the dark 'Crime Fictions'. the latest production by Arc Dance Company, is a murder mystery with drop-dead film noir cool to spare. Allen Robertson talks to the troupe's choreographer, Kim Brandstrup. 22 Cover Story 'Get Shorty' The new film of 'Get Shorty' has made master of pulp fiction Elmore Leonard and '90s icon John Travolta unlikely partners in crime. Steve Grant has a ride on crime with Leonard, while Travolta tells Jan Janssen how Scientology and Quentin Tarantino got his career back on track. 28 Wizard wheeze The acclaimed Broadway musical of The Who's rock opera about a deaf, dumb and blind pinball wizard is opening in the West End shortly. Steve Grant meets Des McAnuff, its director and a conspirator in its revival. 30 A twist of fate French lesbian sex comedy 'Gazon Maudit' has acquired an alternative dubbed version and a toned-down title for British consumption. Tom Charity talks to director Josiane Balasko. and wonders what Londoners will make of the changes. 
 
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