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TV Statr and Television Today. January ST. T993 THE STAGE a n a nBKIBIPBWfflHRl t o fl ai No. 4268

TV Statr and Television Today. January ST. T993 THE STAGE a n a nBKIBIPBWfflHRl t o fl ai No. 4268

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31 January 1963 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Winter closing?

Winter closing?

()NE of Blackpool's long-estab- lished theatres, the Grand, may have to close during thrf winter months. "As theatres throughout the country have been closing there have been fewer companies and fewer new plays," Dr. G. B. Bad- man. chairman of the directors, told shareholders a
31 January 1963 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Musical for Tommy Steele

Musical for Tommy Steele

TOMMY STEELE is to appear in "Half A Sixpence", his first stage musical, at the Cam bridge on March 21. presented by Harold Fielding It has been aria frftm "If i t he. H G. Wells novel; the book has been written by Beverley Cross and the music by David Heneker. John Dexter is to
31 January 1963 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Royal Shakespeare Company meets

Royal Shakespeare Company meets

I>ETER HALL called a meeting of the combined Stratford and Aldwych personnel of the Royal Shakespeare company to the Donmar Rehearsal Theatre on Monday. To an audience that included Peggy Ashcroft. Michael Hordern, Kenneth Hatgn. Peter wood and Micnaei Saint-Denis, Mr. Hall outl
31 January 1963 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Centre 42 report

Centre 42 report

ADVANCE news of Arnold Wesker's first annual report, on Centre 42, the project named after the number of a T.U.C. resolution that approved, but did nothing more, of art for trade union audiences, speaks of financial disaster on a consider able scale, with reported out goings of
31 January 1963 - The Stage - London, London, England
 

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Broadway Counters News Strike

Broadway Counters News Strike

IN New York the eight weeks' old newspaper strike is taking its toll on theatres, inflicting heavy damage on new plays and on the marginal productions teetering between profit and loss. The established hits seem to be less affected, but off-Broadway shows are feeling a severe pi
31 January 1963 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Play from novel in new season at Bristol

Play from novel in new season at Bristol

"A SEVERED HEAD", adapted by J. B. Priestley and Iris Murdoch from the latter's successful novel, will be given a first production at the Theatre Royal, Bristol in May. Val May. artistic director of Bristol Old Vic. announcing the new season's productions, de scribes "A Severed
31 January 1963 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
COME TO BRITAIN'S THEATRES

COME TO BRITAIN'S THEATRES

A PLAN to exploit the tourist j attraction that exists in Britain's provincial theatres has been devised by the Howard and 1 Wyndham publicity executive. i Tom Giles. Working on the proposition that Britain's com mercial playhouses, unique in the world, and often of historic int
31 January 1963 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
PBOBSOEDtiP today New Plane Makers serial from ATV See page 11

PBOBSOEDtiP today New Plane Makers serial from ATV See page 11

31 January 1963 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
'Special Relationship' Strong Between Britain and U.S.

'Special Relationship' Strong Between Britain and U.S.

A quarter of Broadway's plays are British BRITAIN is booming on Broadway. Not in terms of numbers alone, but in quality, too. More than a quarter of the shows in New York todav are British, and unmistakably British at that... from '"Beyond the Fringe" to "The School for Scandal"
31 January 1963 - The Stage - London, London, England