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Letters: Chuck a Chair in the works

Letters: Chuck a Chair in the works

Chuck a Chair in the works SIR,-Your front-page piece, Everitt slammed for trade-off with Government (November 8), will certainly raise a few problems. At South West Arts Annual General Meeting held at Newton Abbot on October 27, the Chairman, Sir Anthony Wilson, made it very cle
15 November 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Letter: The personality touch

Letter: The personality touch

f SIR, 1 am amazed that Barrie Stacey, as an agent, should be complaining about the difficulties that youngsters face in obtaining an Equity card. If he isn't already having problems keeping his clients working he must be unique amongst agents. He would find it much more difficul
15 November 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Letters: Mix is not a good match

Letters: Mix is not a good match

Mix is not a good match SIR,-David Aukin's reservations about television screening of live stage plays are well founded (Screen Drama Attack, November 8). Having just spent 15 years abroad watching the French and Germans do this ad nauseam, I can only describe the whole idea as d
15 November 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Letter: Mix is not a good match

Letter: Mix is not a good match

SIR, Advertising the Theatre on television: We take David Aukin's point re his dismay upon learning about new Arts Council plans to televise theatrical productions. Television and film will never be a substitute for the theatre. A happy medium could be reached. Part of the fundin
15 November 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Letters: Strange, but true

Letters: Strange, but true

Strange, but true SIR, I saw the letter about artists' billing with interest. I think there were some more exotic ones. Three Aberdonians (Acrobats) "Too Mean To Tell You What They Do". Wally Wood (Comedian), "Guilty But Insane". Joe Poynton (Comedian), "Irascibly Belligerent". E
15 November 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
SHOWCASE: Les Osman Agency

SHOWCASE: Les Osman Agency

Les Osman Agency NEW FOREST By STAN SOWDEN THE PROMISE of a dozen watchable acts from the always reliable Les Osman Agency drew a capacity audience to a caravan park deep in the heart of the New Forest, despite a weather forecast promising the roughest night for nine months. In t
15 November 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
SHOWCASE: Debil Showcase

SHOWCASE: Debil Showcase

Debil Showcase HAYES By MICHAEL DYNAN THIS was the first showcase to be held by Middlesex based Debil Management and Agency, a five year old company run by Derek and Linda Cobbing, and one which is steadily growing both as a club agency and as one dealing with bookings... abroad.
15 November 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
THEATRE WEEK

THEATRE WEEK

THURS, NOV 15 THE DRAMATIC ATTITUDES OF MISS FANNY KEMBLE by Claire Luckham. Nuffield, Southampton to December 8 IN THE SOLITUDE OF COTTON FIELDS by Bernard-Mane Koltes, translated by Christopher Rath- bone. Almeida to November 17, also November 23 and 24, late night, November 1
15 November 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
For arts sake!

For arts sake!

MICHAEL HOLDEN'S article a couple of weeks ago revived quite a few memories. Not that they were all pleasant, for we are of an age when we can recollect the last days of ENSA, which was still in existence for some time after the end of World War II, and the formation of CEMA, wh
15 November 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
CHIT CHAT: What a petal!

CHIT CHAT: What a petal!

What a petal! MY disappointment at failing to keep my rendezvous with Barbara Cartland was offset by bumping into that other great lady, Mrs Gertrude Shilling, famous above all else for her silly hats and for being Mrs Gertrude Shilling. But, my goodness, how she had changed sinc
15 November 1990 - The Stage - London, London, England