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Tired? Hungry? In need of a break from the Festival fray or stuck for an unusual gift to take home? Why not visit
us at Helios Fountain. We are situated at the west end of the Grassmarket, just 5 minutes from Princes Street.
In the shop, you will find a unique selection of gifts,
books and toys, with an extensive range of craft materials, including maybe the largest range of jewellery beads in Scotland. The Coffeehouse serves a wide range of vegetarian
meals and snacks at reasonable prices with the emphasis on organic produce. You can choose from hot and cold savouries, soups, salads and luscious géteaux, served by friendly staff in pleasing surroundings.
Opening Hours: from 31 July — 2 September Mon—Sat 10am—8pm; Sun I 1am-5pm We accept Visa, Access, Amex 7 GRASSMARKET, EDINBURGH EH1 2HY, 031 229 7884
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n e W m e n U 13 Hyde Park Corner. Leeds L86 1AF. Telephone (0532) 743753. Open 9.30—5.30 Monday—Saturday and until 7.00 on Thursdays
ISLAND RECORDS AND REGULAR MUSIC PRESENT A SPECIAL FESTIVAL APPEARANCE OF.
’ GAVIN FRIDAY & THE MAN SEEZER
WITH SPECIAL GUEST PHRANC. Monday 14th and Monday 28th August at 10.00pm
AT THE VENUE
TICKETS: RIPPING AND VIRGIN RECORDS OR AT THE DOOR
“The List 25 — 31 August 1989