Time Out Magazine No 1429 1998 January 1-14 Alan Rickman Wim Wenders Jeremy Clarkson

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Time Out Magazine No 1429 1998 January 1-14 Alan Rickman Wim Wenders Jeremy Clarkson
Time Out MAGAZINE No 1429 1998 features New You cover....Contents as follows.

January 7-14 1998
Cover photograph Mark Guthrie
4 Two's company: Just how big are The Right Size? Stop this madness: 'Unseen' videos. Place your bets: Likely events of '98. Plus: The return of the perm, Andrew Mosby hates the sales, and Sidelines loosens the belt of gossip and strokes the bloated stomach of rumour. Edited by Linton Chiswick.
10 London beat: World of the strange Paul Southcott and Barbara Fennell are London's real-life answer to Mulder and Scully. Mark Piggott and Alan McEwan join them on the trail of supernatural weirdness. 14 Jeremy Clarkson While 'Top Gear' is off-air for its annual MOT, its presenter, Jeremy Clarkson, is back with 'Jeremy Clarkson's Extreme Machines'. Bruce Dessau steers the conversation.
16 Film special 'The Winter Guest' Top baddy Alan Rickman makes his directorial debut with 'The Winter Guest', a tragi-comic tale set on the bleak west coast of Scotland. He explains its Genesis to Steve Grant.
20 Film special Michael Caton-Jones With 'Scandal', 'Rob Roy' and now 'The Jackal', Michael Caton-Jones has slowly worked his way on to the Hollywood A-list. Geoff Andrewcatches up with an old acquaintance. 22 Film special Wim Wenders His last few films may not have been well received, but that hasn't deterred German director Wim Wenders. David Eimer goes on the set of his latest offering, 'The End of Violence'. 24 'Goodness Gracious Me' Asian comedy has traditionally been given short shrift by the British TV establishment. But, says Alkarim Jivani, all that's set to change with 'Goodness Gracious Me', a new sketch series. 26 London Mime Festival The latest in physical theatre arrives in London with the London Mime Festival, including Russian 'anti-clown' company Derevo and Belgium's Circus Ronaldo. Donald Hutera pretends to be stuck behind a pane of glass.

To this day Time Out magazine continues to provide information to make the most of living in London – from comedy nights, art galleries, classic clubs and old-school caffs to shops & markets, film houses, theaters, pubs & bars, small music gigs, concerts, clubs, cabaret, poetry readings etc. Time Out London magazine covers just about everything happening in London at the time of issue. Reasonable condition. Decent readable copy. Will be posted in a strong card envelope. Our Ref: Back Issues Box 5.

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