Time Out Magazine No 1426 1997 December 17-31 Ralph Fiennes Helena Bonham Carter Paul Verhoeven

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Time Out Magazine No 1426 1997 December 17-31 Ralph Fiennes Helena Bonham Carter Paul Verhoeven
Time Out MAGAZINE No 1426 1997 features Xmas Double Issue cover....Contents as follows.

December 17-31
Ice Sculpture Duncan Hamilton Cover photograph Mike Venables
4 Foxy lady: Emilia wows 'em in a Schubert biopic. Stop this madness: Visiting aunts and uncles. Place your bets: Who'll be top of the Christmas TV ratings? Plus: Virtual Santa, Andrew Mosbyabuses a child for Christmas, and special 'luxury' Sidelines in a fancier box with an alleged 'dash' of brandy. Edited by Linton Chiswick.
10 London beat: Boozy does it Dave West sells drink in France, but he costs the UK government more than £200m in lost tax. How come? Tony Thompson talks to him.
12 Stars dressed up as Santa! We give you stars making Christmas asses of themselves, plus Mark Lamarr on why the Feast of Stephen isn't for him. 16 Ralph Fiennes The star of 'The English Patient' is scared of Santa! He pours out his Christmas confessions to Sarah Lambert.
22 `Starship Troopers' Paul 'Total Recall' Verhoeven is back with a bugtastic blast of a New Year movie. Dominic Wells signs up for action.
24 Helena Bonham Carter Hello, England's otherrose. There's more to our Helena than boring period drama, says Elaine Paterson.
28 Tom Hollander The charismatic actor takes the lead in Gogol's 'The Government Inspector'. Kate Stratton inspects his parts.
30 'The Woman in White' Wilkie Collins' cliffhanger is all the costume romp you could want. Brian Case admires girl power, nineteenth-century style.
32 1997 and all that... Di died. Labourwere swept to power. People went on about 'Teletubbies' a lot. Peter Paphides looks back in anguish.

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