On the Time Out Chat Show you won't see Terry Wogan . . . but you will see Muriel Gray and Arthur Smith talking to, amongst others, David Steel, Liz Lochhead, Richard Demarco, ; Carl Davis, Janet Street-Porter, Frank Dunlop,
John Dowie, Andy Irvine, Georgie Fame, Archie MacPerson, Dorothy Dunnett, Norman Buchan, Hill Sherwood, The Wooster Group, the Earl of Elgin, Brian Patten, Rory Bremner, Roger McGough, Margot MacDonald, Charlie Gormley, Troy Kennedy-Martin, Steve Nallon, Barney Simon,
Jenny Killick and Michael Grade.
Critics, sounding off on, or savouring aspects
Allen Wright, Sarah Hemming, Nicholas de Jongh, Irving Wardle, Jack Tinker, Cordelia Oliver, Martin Cropper, Henry Porter, Mary Brennan, Peter Hepple, Miles Kington, and Michael Ratcliffe.
The music will be supplied by Harvey and the Wallbangers, The Brass Band, Rumillaita, Tony and Stod, The Conway Brothers, Some Like It Hot, Amampondo, Happy End, Tracey’s Jazz Band, Jungr and Parker and Fascinating Aida.
Janice Long, Dillie Keane and Anne Nightingale will each act as guest hosts for a show and the brilliant impro comedy of Jim Sweeney and Steve Steen will wrap up each evening. Is that enough or do you still want Terry Wogan . ..
POWER BEYOND BELIEF
HOLE IN THE GROUND, CASTLE TERRACE
Mon 11th - Sat 16th August 1986 DAILY AT 4.00pm TICKETS £2.50 AND £3.00 NOW BOOKING Box Oﬂlce 031 226 6746
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THE TIME OUT CHAT SHOW THE ELEPHANT TENT HOLE IN THE GROUND
RUNS FRIDAY AUGUST 8 TO SATURDAY AUGUST 23 MIDNIGHT £3 Tickets from the Fringe Box Office/T he Elephant Tent Box Office
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THE BRITISH PREMIERE
Adam H0use Theatre 5 Chambers Sireel 12 midday performances August 9 12 13. 14 15. 16. 21. 22 3 pm performances August 8. 9. 12 13. 14 15. 16 20. 21 22 80x Office 225-3744
THE THEATRE DEPARTMENT OF PEPPERDINE UNIVERSITY MALIBU. CALIFORNIA, U.S.A.
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