Nine garage-style structures, which are located in a former industrial zone in the west of the city, will be unveiled later this month
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Tuesday 25 August 1992
It was only fitting that Klaus Tennstedt and the London Philharmonic - not to mention Wagner - should make an entrance, only fitting that Bach and Liszt should prepare the way. But James O'Donnell at the Royal Albert Hall organ sounded too much like a warm-up for the main event, cautious and short-winded in Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D minor, fruity of registration but hardly gripping through the gothic rigours of Liszt's Prelude and Fugue on BACH. No matter, Tannhauser's pilgrims were imminent and their solemn chorale found noble brass chording and burnished cellos - the shape of orchestral refinements to come.
Thursday 13 August 1992
THREE-QUARTERS of Aids and HIV organisations, the majority funded by the NHS or local authorities, are failing to provide safe sex messages for homosexual men, writes Celia Hall.
The great safe-sex illusion: 'Swingers' and other sexual adventurers may have a lesson to teach increasingly complacent 'straights' about Aids, writes Jack O'Sullivan
Sunday 26 July 1992
JULIAN described his last orgy. 'There must have been 20 people, male and female, in one small room. People were saying things like: 'Excuse me, is that your elbow?' All sorts of things were happening, whatever types of consensual and non-painful sex took people's fancy.
Sunday 19 July 1992
HEALTH ministers are urgently discussing a revised strategy for Aids and HIV education for young people - because experts believe that the safe-sex message has lost all impact.
Monday 06 July 1992
THE MAN at the heart of the Birmingham HIV scare said last night that he had only once failed to practise safe sex with a woman after learning that he could pass on the virus.
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