GLASGOW AND EDINBURGH EVENTS GUIDE
Best screen actress . . . sleaziest politician . . . most worrying fashion trend of 1994 . . .
T’S UP TO YOU!
Sharon Stone is shaking in her shoes. Quentin Tarantino is going white-haired with worry and lain Banks is biting his nails in anxious anticipation as we speak. It‘s tough at the top we know, but to what exactly do we owe this particular outbreak of angst from amongst the world‘s great and good? The old Oscar/Emmy/Booker pressures taking an early toll perhaps? Hell. no. These famous three have more important things to worry about. for they know the most mercilessjudges of their star status he not in the Hollywood Hills or the London lounges ofthe literati but in Scotland's Central Belt and the results of The Lisr’s annual Readers' Poll. This time last year you voted in Ms Stone as your female sex symbol. Tarantino‘s Reservoir Dog's was up there with your top films and Iain Banks took joint first place with Alasdair Gray as best contemporary author. But a year is a long time in showbusiness and it‘s time. ladies and gentlemen please. to cast your votes once again and tell the world why 1994 was the year that was.
And. we‘re offering you an incentive to put pen to paper in the shape of The Lisr's very own ‘cash for questions‘ scam. Well not exactly cash but prizes. such prizes! Here‘s the deal. You ﬁll in the form. We enter you for the fabulous. the one and only readers‘ poll prize draw. First set of answers we pluck from the pile receives a crate of fine Christmas wines kindly donated by Cockburns oi Leith. Ten runners up will each receive a book token to the value of£l(), five for Edinburgh readers courtesy of James Thin and five for Glasgow readers courtesy of John Smith & Son.
If there are categories for which you really don't have a particular preference then leave 'em blank. but otherwise try to fill in as much of your form as possible so we can present the poll of polls in our Bumper Festive Double lssue out on IS December.
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| JOHN SMITH : & SON m
i l 10 The List 2—15 December 1994
Best film of l994
Live gig/conceit of the year
EADERS’ PULL 199
Novel of the year
How do you rate Scotland as a place to live in 1995 and why?
Please fill in your name and address if you wish to be entered in our prize draw. Your answers will be treated as conﬁdentile but if you prefer to remain anonymous just leave the form blank.
Closing date for entries is Thursday 8 December. Please send your replies free of charge to:
Readers’ Poll, The list, Freepost EH287'I, 14 High Street, Edinburgh, EH1 OAH.
(Note: No stamp is required)