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May 7, 1988 | MARTIN BERNHEIMER
Music And Dance Uncomfortable question: When is a festival not a festival? Nasty answer: When it is called UK/LA '88. The hype in the fancy brochure was brash. We were invited to "take a 3-month cultural tour of Britain without leaving L.A." That sounded nice. The sponsors promised an "encounter with what's new, different and delightful in British arts." The fare, we were assured, would provide "a unique opportunity . . .
ENTERTAINMENT
May 7, 1988 | MARTIN BERNHEIMER
Music And Dance Uncomfortable question: When is a festival not a festival? Nasty answer: When it is called UK/LA '88. The hype in the fancy brochure was brash. We were invited to "take a 3-month cultural tour of Britain without leaving L.A." That sounded nice. The sponsors promised an "encounter with what's new, different and delightful in British arts." The fare, we were assured, would provide "a unique opportunity . . .
ENTERTAINMENT
May 7, 1988 | ZAN DUBIN
Organizers of "UK/LA: '88--A Celebration of British Arts," which ended Sunday, say their festival was a success. But some prominent local participants aren't so sure. "Our purpose was to do a collaboration between L.A. and the United Kingdom, and to heighten the profile of British arts and culture in the Southland," said festival coordinator Bruce Joseph. "That was achieved very admirably."
ENTERTAINMENT
May 7, 1988 | ZAN DUBIN
Organizers of "UK/LA: '88--A Celebration of British Arts," which ended Sunday, say their festival was a success. But some prominent local participants aren't so sure. "Our purpose was to do a collaboration between L.A. and the United Kingdom, and to heighten the profile of British arts and culture in the Southland," said festival coordinator Bruce Joseph. "That was achieved very admirably."
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