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SHOW YOU CARE, MRS BOTTOMLEY!

SHOW YOU CARE, MRS BOTTOMLEY!

Fate of the Redgrave to test heritage secretary BY PHIL GIBBY New heritage secretary Virginia Bottomley has been challenged by the arts world: "Show us you care by saving the Redgrave!" Bottomley's appointment has shocked the entertain ment world, which is afraid that the theatr
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Surprise as West End musical audiences show a decline

Surprise as West End musical audiences show a decline

Attendances at West End musicals are on the way down for the first time since 1988. But a report by the Policy Studies Institute shows that while 30,000 fewer punters turned up for musicals, audi ences for all West End shows rose by 600,000. Yet blockbuster shows such as Phantom
13 July 1995 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
No One is Cheaper See Page 6

No One is Cheaper See Page 6

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Simply not healthy Heritage's new face spells bad news for the arts Leader, page 8 Under pressure The changing face

Simply not healthy Heritage's new face spells bad news for the arts Leader, page 8 Under pressure The changing face

of TV commissioning Broadcasting, page 29 Floating on Ayr Victor Graham's Players have real staying power See Heydays, page 11 Fun time! In the Principality of Fun, life never stands still Summer, page 23 News 2 Backstage 30 Leader 8 Obituaries 31 Letters 9 Suppliers 32 Show Peo
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Barbican plans New look on the cards for Barbican theatres after RSC's decision to tour. Page 2 Subsidies for others

Barbican plans New look on the cards for Barbican theatres after RSC's decision to tour. Page 2 Subsidies for others

Axe cash to "tat bums of the opera" MP urges Gowrie at Commons hearing. Page 2 Investor wants it now "Pay up' now." Ain't Misbehavin" angel tells pro ducers alter cash delay. Page 3 Wind of success Equity hails "landmark" win after Tornado court case blows away rivals. Page 3 Ba
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COULD BE A BAD CASE OF THE BLUES

COULD BE A BAD CASE OF THE BLUES

Picture: Tristram Kenton Helen Atkinson Wood, David Cardy and Liza Hayden in Penny Blue at the Greenwich Theatre
13 July 1995 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
ISSN 0038-9099 9 "770038''909040

ISSN 0038-9099 9 "770038''909040

13 July 1995 - The Stage - London, London, England