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No Appeal Against The Arts Council

No Appeal Against The Arts Council

MR. BROOKE, replying to a question by Mr. Jeger in the House of Commons, said that be did not think it right to provide machinery for appeal against decisions of the Arts Council on the allocation of grants. Mr. Jeger had asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer "whether he will re
29 March 1962 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Barrie Play as a Musical

Barrie Play as a Musical

A MUSICAL version of "Walker, London", with which Barrie scored his first success in 1892, will be presented at Birmingham Reper tory on May 29. The adaptation and lyrics are by John Harrison, and the music has been specially commissioned from Christopher Whelen. This comedy of
29 March 1962 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
SOVIET STAR HEADS OPERA SEASON

SOVIET STAR HEADS OPERA SEASON

DE LOS ANGELES ALSO AT COVENT GARDEN IN MAY GALINA VISHNEVSKAYA, leading dramatic soprano of the Bolshoi Opera in Moscow, makes her London operatic debut at Covent Garden on May 11, singing the title-role in... "Aida", with Charles Craig as Radames, Grace Hoffman as Amneris, and
29 March 1962 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
CONTI PUPILS

CONTI PUPILS

'T'HERE is to be a meeting next 1 Sunday at 2.30 p.m. at the Italia Conti School. Avondale Hall, 72 Landor Road, S.W.9, to discuss the forming of an association of past Italia Conti pupils.
29 March 1962 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Irish Success for Stratford Royal

Irish Success for Stratford Royal

THE DUBLIN Theatre Festival success, The Scatterin' by James McKeona, is to be pre sented by Oscar Lewenstein and Michael White at the Royal, Stratford East, on Monday next, directed by Alan Simpson, who staged the original Dublin pro duction in 1960. The story of four Dublin bo
29 March 1962 - The Stage - London, London, England
 

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RESIGNATION

RESIGNATION

THE SECRETARY to the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, Paula Gwyn Davies, has resigned and will be leaving at the beginning of May.
29 March 1962 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Plan for a Dickens Variety Theatre

Plan for a Dickens Variety Theatre

THIS is Dickens Year, marking the 150th anniversary of the birth of Charles Dickens, and David Shure, writer, broadcaster and owner of the Old Curiosity Shop in Porttk-?^ Street, Holborn, wants to mark the occasion with the establishment of a permanent Dickens Memorial Theatre i
29 March 1962 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
The State amtl Television Today. March 29 3-innmr THE STAGE a n fl B0B00O0O00 1 efday No. 4224 Established 1880

The State amtl Television Today. March 29 3-innmr THE STAGE a n fl B0B00O0O00 1 efday No. 4224 Established 1880

MARCH 29, 1962 PRICE 9d
29 March 1962 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Rest for Andy Stewart

Rest for Andy Stewart

ANDY STEWART, the Scottish comedian of stage and tele vision, is having a complete rest in a Glasgow nursing home. He is doing so on doctor's orders. He has been overworking consider ably in recent months, and has not taken a rest since his hectic trip to Australia and winter se
29 March 1962 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Sydney Bloch

Sydney Bloch

SYDNEY BLOCH, the agent and chorusmastor, died last week at the age of 76. He was a musk- critic and opera devotee who turned his expert knowledge to the training of choristers. He coached singers for Tom Arnold productions jnd .in his time ful filled a rflle that* might be com
29 March 1962 - The Stage - London, London, England