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LETTERS: Wanted-one Niall MacGinnis to write articles

LETTERS: Wanted-one Niall MacGinnis to write articles

Wanted-one Niall MacGinnis to write articles Can any reader of The Stage help me to find veteran actor Niall MacGinnis. He was bom in 1913, and appeared in many classic British films, including Forty Ninth Parallel, Henry V and Hamlet. To my knowledge, this gentleman is still liv
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
LETTERS: Is it the wrong way round or the right way round?

LETTERS: Is it the wrong way round or the right way round?

Is it the wrong way round or the right way round? I first took The Stage in 1920. I am now aged 87. 1 think it was 4d (old money). I used to read it, then check The Calls for my friends The Five Bombays and send The Stage on to them. I was very pleased with the 6,000th edition an
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
HEYDAYS: Perfect foil

HEYDAYS: Perfect foil

Perfect foil His name is Eric Sykes. He is a professional funny man. One of the best and rarest kind. If you caught the last Sykes programmes in the vintage comedy spot on BBC2 particularly The Referee you won't need any convincing that Sykes is a remarkably funny performer. One
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
HEYDAYS: Barnstormer

HEYDAYS: Barnstormer

Barnstormer Gordon Irving fondly remembers a 'high-class theatrical gypsy' who would gladly play to tiny audiences m a bam Elliott Williams, born in Glasgow but resident for many years in Annan, in south west Scotland, toured a one-man show of old melodramas round villages and sm
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
HEYDAYS: Al was no ordinary man

HEYDAYS: Al was no ordinary man

Al was no ordinary man Fifty five years ago last month, the great thirties singer Al Bowihy died during the Blitz. John MartJand remembers the man who became Britain's first pop heart-throb and whose voice remained with us long after the war... Of all the many tine singers who ca
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
LETTERS: An early auntie's bloomers classic

LETTERS: An early auntie's bloomers classic

An early auntie's bloomers classic With reference to "Stall sto ries' (April 1 1, Heydays Letters, page 9). In the mid- twenties, I was taken by a very grim great aunt (my par ents were away in variety) to see The Three Musketeers, I believe at the London Lyceum. When one of the
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
REVIEW Renewed bSTAGEWs week; theatr; Comedy: Twelve Angry Man Prince of Wales: EMi the Musical Tristan Bates: Corpsing Wimbledon Theatre:

REVIEW Renewed bSTAGEWs week; theatr; Comedy: Twelve Angry Man Prince of Wales: EMi the Musical Tristan Bates: Corpsing Wimbledon Theatre:

FoMee Wimbledon Studio Theatre: Immaculate Deception Cockpit: Lady Chatteriey Olivier: The Prince's Play Birmingham: Divine Right Edinburgh: Umbo Bristol: MaW Marian and Her Many Men. Broke* SUee Windsor MgM Muet Fal Leicester: Munch Malar Northampton: Top eirlt Belfast: Eddto B
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Theatre Reviews: Elvis the Musical

Theatre Reviews: Elvis the Musical

Elvis the Musical Prince of Wales Continuing the current glut of tribute shows, producer Bill Kenwright has resuscitated Jack Good's seventies Elvis musical and hitched a ride on the nostalgia... bandwagon. Despite the up*eat feel of the show and colourful performances, it leaves
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Theatre Reviews: Corpsing

Theatre Reviews: Corpsing

Corpsing Tristan Bates Four playlets ponder painfully on such huge worries as what acting is all about, plus whether the possible heartache is really worth it. Basically, then, the sort of dilemmas which have caused sleepless nights for theatricals since time began and what bette
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Theatre Reviews: Follies

Theatre Reviews: Follies

Follies Wimbledon Theatre While Stephen Sondheim's Passion has recently received favourable reviews, most critics have commented on the absence of memorable melodies. Perhaps they have a point, for it is a criticism frequently made of his work. Yet if there is one show of his...
2 May 1996 - The Stage - London, London, England