Issue 5 - April 1980
Contents

  • Performance Notes: Nuclear Power-unreprocessing performance, Showbiz Kids, Pub Theatre Upsurge, Merrie Prankes - we were not fooled by Rob La Frenais, Luke Dixon ()
  • Technology: General Idea's Test Tube, Telex Art by ()
  • Intrigue at the Hotel Relaxey: Sylvia Ziranek, Kitsch Artist and Social Butterfly by Andrea Hill ()
  • Angels Descend Like Agatha: A criticism of Noel Grieg's play, 'Angels Descend on Paris', depicting sexual politics in wartime occupied Paris by Bruce Bayley ()
  • Cardiff: New performance centre of Europe - a profile of Chapter Arts Centre and its four resident companies by Simon Kelly ()
  • Interview with Charlie Drake by Neil Hornick ()
  • Echoes from the North: a performance by Sonia Knox, based on her childhood in Northern Ireland by Lynn MacRitchie ()
  • Gentlemen Prefer Blondes: Latest show by Monstrous Regiments, based on Anita Loo's novel - review by Luke Dixon ()
  • Between: a performance by Stuart Brisley by John Roberts ()
  • Vivian Lyles Vertical Corage: poem by Bruce Bayley ()
  • John Dowie: You Could be Prime Minister or something in a curry - on the disadvantages of being dead by Rob La Frenais ()

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