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News: Equity to set up ice skaters register

News: Equity to set up ice skaters register

Equity to set up ice skaters register BY LISA VANOLI Equity is setting up a register for ice skaters to combat the problem of overseas performers taking members' jobs. Union variety spokesman Eddie Saville has accused Blackpool Pleasure Beach of overlooking British skaters for it
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
o\rta New Theatres for a New Millennium All day conference organised by ABTT with The RIBA Architecture Centre as part

o\rta New Theatres for a New Millennium All day conference organised by ABTT with The RIBA Architecture Centre as part

of OISTA T Architectural Commission Annual Meeting. Wednesday 22 May 1996 at 9.00am THE RIBA ARCHITECTURE CENTRE 66 PORTLAND PLACE, LONDON W1N AD Presentations of major new Theatre schemes by their architects. Discussions on National Lottery funding and its effect on arts organi
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
News: More touts convicted

News: More touts convicted

More touts convicted BY LISA VANOLI A pensioner, a drug addict and a single parent have all pleaded guilty to touting tickets for top West End musicals. At Bow Street Magistrates Court last Friday, Leonard Rowe was fined £150 with £50 costs for attempting to sell Phantom of the O
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
News: Hunt claims computer casting is fairer

News: Hunt claims computer casting is fairer

Hunt claims computer casting is fairer BY ADRIAN DAWSON Actor Gareth Hunt is set to launch a computer casting directory which he claims will kill off "cattle market" auditions... The star of The New Avengers has set up a comp any, ICU, and spent £400,000 on refining the product.
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
News: EastEnders' Phil has court case delayed

News: EastEnders' Phil has court case delayed

EastEnders' Phil has court case delayed EastEnders star Steve McFadden, who plays hard-man Phil Mitchell in the BBC soap, has had his real life court case for drink driving adjourned because of hectic filming schedules. The 33-year-old actor is accused of driving his Rolls Royce
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
News: Charles' royal rage at GMTV behaviour

News: Charles' royal rage at GMTV behaviour

Charles' royal rage at GMTV behaviour Royal lookalike Jeanette Charles is furious at the way she claims artists have been treated by breakfast show producers. Charles, well known for her impersonations of The Queen, says that four times in the past 18 months she has been dropped
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
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2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
CITY NEWS: Rapture at UNM

CITY NEWS: Rapture at UNM

Rapture at UNM United News and Media has agreed to invest £2.5 million in new cable channel Rapture, making it the station's main financial backer. And the media giant says that the move is only "a first step" towards its involvement in cable television. Rapture will be aimed at
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
CITY NEWS: Holmes a Court on award shortlist

CITY NEWS: Holmes a Court on award shortlist

Holmes a Court on award shortlist Stoll Moss owner Janet Holmes a Court will learn today (Thursday) whether she has been named Businesswoman of the Year. The Australian is chair man of the international Heytesbury Group, which she inherited on the death of her tycoon husband, Rob
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN NEWS: LORT legalises rules for separate but equal auditions

FOREIGN NEWS: LORT legalises rules for separate but equal auditions

LORT legalises rules for separate but equal auditions BY BRUCE PETERSON New York, USA For seven years, unionised stage actors have jostled with non-union performers at audition studios, but American Equity believes it has found a legal way to create separate tryouts. It says the
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England