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Inside Dramatic deeds behind the scenes in the volatile world of radio drama See page 22 The good Lord is

Inside Dramatic deeds behind the scenes in the volatile world of radio drama See page 22 The good Lord is

a true BRIT See page 25 Backstage turns an unusual shade of green See page 24 Why theatre gurus should get in on the training act See page 14 How Equity let the show go on for our boys in the Gulf See page 19 With tax laws like this, you'll wish you were Irish See page 2 nnnnn T
18 October 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Theatre News: Eire tax boon

Theatre News: Eire tax boon

Eire tax boon By ANTHONY GARVEY A NEW tax deal is being considered for Irish showbusiness stars. If accepted, they would be excused from paying taxes in Eire on money which they earn abroad. The suggestion is being put to the Eire Cabinet by Irish Minister for Sport, Frank Fahey.
18 October 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Theatre News: Theatre waits on tenterhooks for loan policy

Theatre News: Theatre waits on tenterhooks for loan policy

Theatre waits on tenterhooks for loan policy THE FUTURE of Margate's historic Theatre Royal is in the balance while Thanet Council decides whether or not to make a £50,000 loan. Hanging on the loan are other loans and grants unlikely to be made if the council fails to show its ow
18 October 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Light Entertainment News: Competition result

Light Entertainment News: Competition result

Competition result STAGE reader Tony Hancock is the winner of our competition organised in association with the service charity the SSAFA. Tony, from Plymouth, correctly answered the three questions and wins two free tickets to see the Lloyds of London production of Cabaret at th
18 October 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Light Entertainment News: Circus scout

Light Entertainment News: Circus scout

Circus scout SHOWBUSINESS impresario Peter Jay spent last week in Moscow hoping to sign circus acts for next year's Blackpool summer season. Jay has confirmed that there will be a Blackpool circus next year and that it will be produced in co-operation with Geoffrey Thompson, owne
18 October 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Snaps

Snaps

BOLTON council has vowed it will press on with plans to construct an arena and stadium capable of seating a com bined audience of 37,000. The plan was first put forward as part of the abortive bid by Man chester to stage the 1996 Olympic Games. HULL plays host to the British Pun
18 October 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Light Entertainment News: Centre takes plea to top

Light Entertainment News: Centre takes plea to top

Centre takes plea to top BOREHAMWOOD townsfolk are to appeal to their local MP, transport minister Cecil Parkinson, to step in and save their variety venue from becoming a casualty of poll tax cuts, writes Helen Gould. The Hartsmere Centre, which plays lost to top notch entertain
18 October 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
SHOW PEOPLE: 'They're playing our song' say students

SHOW PEOPLE: 'They're playing our song' say students

'They're playing our song' say students ONCE upon a time rock music was an adjunct to college life, something to stay up for and go in late after. However, in Salford these days it is the mainstay of college life, inevitably, on the popular music and recording degree courses. Its
18 October 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
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18 October 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Where there's brass there's success

Where there's brass there's success

THE OLD VIC affair, which has led to the sudden resignation of Jonathan Miller, may turn out to be the most significant event in British theatre this year. This is not the place to discuss the rights and wrongs of the matter, if indeed they exist. Both David Mirvish, who runs th
18 October 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England