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CITY NEWS: Midland to sponsor all new ITV drama

CITY NEWS: Midland to sponsor all new ITV drama

Midland to sponsor all new ITV drama BY PHIL GIBBY Midland Bank has agreed to back ITV's entire output of drama premieres until the end of 1997 in a sponsorship tie-up totalling £2 million. Industry insiders say the deal is the most ambitious sponsorship move yet agreed. And, as
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
FOREIGN NEWS: Flatley makes Dublin return

FOREIGN NEWS: Flatley makes Dublin return

Flatley makes Dublin return BY ANTHONY GARVEY DUBLIN, EIRE Tickets have gone on sale in Dublin for a £1.2 million show that is already being labelled Michael Flatley's revenge. lhe star who departed from Riverdance on the eve of its London opening last October has devised his own
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
CHIT CHAT: A little reminder for Lilley

CHIT CHAT: A little reminder for Lilley

A little reminder for Lilley Social security secretary Peter Lilley's moral crusade against most of society has been thrown into sharp relief by a contemporary from his days as a student at Dulwich College. While pursuing his action against the less fortunate members of society,
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Latest rumours spring no surprises

Latest rumours spring no surprises

Rumours that the Department of National Heritage may be in line for a massive cut to its budget, to coincide with the next General Election, ought to produce a shocked reaction. In truth, however, most of us are now long past the point of being surprised by such news. In politic
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
In a Festive mood

In a Festive mood

Jan Whitehead talks to Duncan Weldon, the man committed to keeping Chichester centre stage He takes responsibility for putting the Fest back into Chichester's very own theatre. Nationally and worldwide, its profile has been raised as never before. In his second year as director.
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
CHIT CHAT: Cross-channel influence

CHIT CHAT: Cross-channel influence

Cross-channel influence Has the trade union move ment hit on a new Age of Enlightment? For speakers at this year's Equity conference were positively queueing up to invoke the names of great French thinkers. General secretary Ian McGarry started it, by citing Voltaire, before gues
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
THE May 2> 1996 Stage

THE May 2> 1996 Stage

2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
CHIT CHAT: Some wee tales to toast an anniversary

CHIT CHAT: Some wee tales to toast an anniversary

Some wee tales to toast an anniversary TABARD Almost everybody has their own interminable collection of Edinburgh Festival Fringe anecdotes. In five years of Fnnge- going, I have been hand- bagged by a third-rate luvvie in a box office. I have had Dominic Dromgoole threaten to co
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
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2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
NEW YORK NOTEBOOK

NEW YORK NOTEBOOK

CLIVE BARNES The overture starts and almost immediately you feel that unmistakeable floorboard surge of Richard Rodgers, the wraparound melodies, the cheeky perkiness, the all but homogenised showbiz... yes, this music is the real thing to be sure. A new Rodgers and Hammerstein
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England