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Isabella Rosselllni appearing in Wild at
Heart. See page 2.
‘ FESTIVAL REVIEW
WILD AT HEART Wild at Heart is David Lynch’s most violent and sexy film to date. Karen Krizanovich discovers a film with a logic all of its own.
MUSIC THEATRE GROUP OF NEW YORK Mark Fisher talks to the creators of the puppet dance fantasy, Juan Darie’n, about jungles, puppet jaguar cubs and the Church.
NINA SIMONE Nina Simone, unpredictable and with the bluest voice around, is still having hits. Kenny Mathieson uncovers the secret of her continuing success.
CEZANNE Ce’zanne and Poussin are being compared and contrasted in a new exhibition of their landscapes being displayed at the National Gallery. Hilary Robinson takes a look.
THEATRE: NEWPLAYS.......... 16 CABARET............. 23 WORLD............... 31 CLASSICS............ 34 MUSICALS........... 39 KIDS 41
ART: PREVIEW........... LISTINGS
FILM FESTIVAL: PREVIEW...... LISTINGS
.. 49 .. 5O
56 57 .. 61 62
FREELOAD ON THE FESTIVAL: see pages 33 and 35 for your tree tickets.
STEPHEN FRY 0n the Fringe of Hysteria, a benefit boasting a cackle of comedians, will be of enormous assistance to a variety of AIDS-related charities. Ross Parsons talks to Stephen Fry about the politics of helping out.
See page 63 for regular Llstlngs sections.
Tom Lappin investigates another side to the Edinburgh Festival, which is more concerned with Twiglets and little cheese squares than with international culture.
The List 24 -— 30 August 19901