City Limits

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City Limits

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Dates of existence

1981-1993

History

City Limits was an alternative culture and event listings magazine for London, published weekly. It was founded by former Time Out staff writers as a co-operative, after TO owner Tony Elliott refused to adopt co-operative working principles. City Limits initially took a vocally radical feminist stance, though later investors tried to rebrand the title as a women's lifestyle magazine.

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GB 1534

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Authority record created by Lucy Brownson on 16/09/2021.

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  • English

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