LondonNet: August News Archive 2001
  • London Gets its Own Octoberfest
    British Festival of Visual Theatre in boozed-up name swap - 31/08/01

  • Bourne Puts New Adventures In Motion
    Choreographer promises 'exciting things to come' in TV and film - 30/08/01

  • Hold Hands with Hollywood Stars
    New London cinema opens complete with hand-print decor - 29/08/01

  • Mayor Bans Travolta Cult
    Livingstone condemns alien church as 'cynical' - 28/08/01

  • Craig David Set for Mobo Awards
    R&B star nominated for three gongs - 27/08/01

  • Dallas Star Graduates To The Stage
    Linda Gray is the next Mrs Robinson - 20/08/01

  • Blair in a Dill Pickle Over McDonald's Sponsorship
    PM is 'out of touch' say Labour Party opponents - 17/08/01

  • Hamilton Sex Charges Dropped
    'I am not a banana,' says former Tory minister's wife - 16/08/01

  • Nicholas Nickleby Comes Good
    The National Youth Theatre brings Dickens back to life - 16/08/01

  • Starman Bowie Honoured at Boozer
    Plaque erected outside London pub in commemoration of the rock star - 16/08/01

  • Royal National Theatre Goes for Youthful Make Over
    London's largest theatre complex to undergo Transformation - 15/08/01

  • Coldplay Snub Sly Stallone
    Brit-rockers refuse to let Hollywood star use their songs in new film - 14/08/01

  • Baked Potato Blamed for Ballet Blast
    Royal Opera House show hit as fire alarms respond to overcooked root vegetable - 13/08/01

  • Baby Spice Hits Bum Note
    Emma Bunton facing career crisis after album flops - 10/08/01

  • Quadrophenia to Rock Again at the National
    Penhall to write stage version of Mod movie - 09/08/01

  • Comedians Pledge Support for Coogan
    Harry Enfield and chums attend The Parole Officer premiere - 08/08/01

  • Luther Leads National Reformation
    West to kick off autumn season on the South Bank - 07/08/01

  • Blair Denies Euro Promise
    Reports from Brazil on backing for single-currency are false, says PM - 07/08/01

  • Gorillas Go Ape Over Monkey Movie
    Planet of The Apes gets first UK screening at Adventure Park - 06/08/01

  • Robert Carlyle Rides to the Midlands
    Bond baddie stars in re-working of Spaghetti Western - 03/08/01

  • NHS Goes Shopping for Private Hospitals
    Heart Hospital deal could be the first of many - 03/08/01

  • Thousands Expected to Storm Parliament
    Tourists get chance to play politics at Westminster - 02/08/01

  • Harry Lures Tourists on Potter Trail
    Child wizard helps Britain combat foot and mouth - 01/08/01

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