Time Out Magazine No 997 May 10-17 1989 Ruby Wax Indiana Jones and me by Sean Connery
Time Out Magazine No 997
EU BRASS TAX
This month Londoners will receive their poll tax registration forms. The swingeing bills we're dreading are not the only intrusion to be faced: you'll be tagged, snooped on and tracked around the country in the biggest surveillance operation in Britain's history. Sarah Baxter and Richard Pewit,' report.
HIP AND MISS
How fickle is fashion: as soon as something's in, it must be out; while other things are so far out they're in again. Victor Lewis-Smith, who's pretty way out himself, kicks off our ten-page guide to swinging London.
Ruby Wax puts the boot into the box, dumping on `Kilroy!', 'thirtysomething', Anne Diamond and 'Trick or Treat', and explaining why her new show. Wax On Wheels', will be so 'in' it hurts.
ARTS AND FARTS
The 7'O team, ever judgemental, line up the aspirants and the perspirants, the upwardly mobile and the terminally demo& in the worlds of film, music, theatre, food, books and clubs, for their 'in' and 'out' awards. And use our quiz to check your coolness quotient.
STARS AND STRIPES
Are you what you eat? Or what you wear? A few carefully chosen questions from Steve Malins have enabled our highly skilled team of celeb-watchers and style experts to judge whether the likes of Boy George, Yazz, Barbara Cartland, Holly Johnson, Julian Clary and Alexei Sayle have je ne sais qoi, or are merely clueless.
INDIANA WANTS ME
Consistently one of our classiest exports to Hollywood, Sean Connery has, in the last few years, exorcised the ghost of Bond in a series of altogether more intelligently heroic films. His latest role as Indiana Jones's dad may be his most challenging to date, he tells Ben Fong-Torres.
News 9 Plus Sidelines and Simon Fanshawe Preview The week ahead in: Cabaret 27 Music 28 Art 34 Film 36 Books 39 Theatre 42 TV & Broadcast Opinion 45 Broadcast News 46 TV Selections 48 TV Films 50 Sell Out News
The Comedy Store is now ten years old and still going strong, even if it's no longer the epitome of anarchic humour. But who has the harder job: the comics, or the cleaners? Malcohn Hay took a look backstage.
News: Revealed, what a Scotsman wears under his kilt (stylish underwear); Food: Caroline Stacey reviews London's new 'in' restaurants.
GUIDE TO NICE
In the eighth in our series of city guides, Kate Baillie gives the lowdown on the rich and leisurely capital of the French Riviera.
Cover design: Simon Gunn Photograph: Chris Richardson
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