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I -TRAINING AND TUITION- ^^^^3-year BA Honours ^^r Deg ree cou rse i n Act I fl 9 Degree course

I -TRAINING AND TUITION- ^^^^3-year BA Honours ^^r Deg ree cou rse i n Act I fl 9 Degree course

in Stage Management and Technical Theatre Applications being received now for entry in September 1999 i For further information please visit our website at http://www.gsmdJK.uk ^^L For a prospectus and application form contact: The General Offke, ^^^H GuildhaH School of Musk ft
7 January 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Christmas Review: Snowhite

Christmas Review: Snowhite

Snowhite Paisley PACE Theatre Company is swamped with young talent, so panto season is always a treat at Paisley Arts Centre. This year, seven sassy Dwarfs marched on to the stage and made our matinees. Snowhite, written and directed by David Wallace, employs four dif ferent team
7 January 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Christmas Review: The Golden Goose

Christmas Review: The Golden Goose

The Golden Goose St Albans A triumph of imagination over bud get gives the pantomime a boost in Lantern Theatre Company's presen tation of The Golden Goose. The play, at the Maltings Arts Centre, starts in the best tradition of all pantomimes with a song before introducing the sa
7 January 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Christmas Review: Aladdin

Christmas Review: Aladdin

Aladdin Ealing Last to open its seasonal show, the Comyns Carr Company has been busy on the road presenting this charming Edwardian pantomime to schools in west London. The script, by John Waters, has all the essential ingredients of the genre but in miniature, providing a perfec
7 January 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Christmas Review: Cinderella

Christmas Review: Cinderella

Cinderella Staines Magna Carta Arts Centre, based at the school of the same name, only opened in March last year, and RG Entertainments has combined professional performers with local actors and dancers to produce Cinderella. Ross Davidson, as Buttons, is matched well by Hannah C
7 January 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
The ever popular STAGE DIARY is now on sale again, containing expanded listings with telephone numbers of agents, managements, London

The ever popular STAGE DIARY is now on sale again, containing expanded listings with telephone numbers of agents, managements, London

and regional theatres, organisations, TV and local radio stations. The information section also contains all the usual general data, theatre and rail maps etc Pocket diary only £4.40 poitage paid, UK only, VAT inclusive Available in the following colours: Black, Green, Maroon, N
7 January 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
INSIDE Vic, Vic hooray! Gwenda Hughes reveals the importance of community values to her theatre Leader feature, page 8 Wire

INSIDE Vic, Vic hooray! Gwenda Hughes reveals the importance of community values to her theatre Leader feature, page 8 Wire

to astound Read the first part of our amazing special on high wire walker and acrobat Marika See page 11 New horizons Lazell Daley is looking to improve multi-cultural broadcasting in Britain See page 22 Walk-on by Technological advances are not affecting the variety of people w
14 January 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Morris quits ROH post

Morris quits ROH post

Exclusive Mike Morris, the man charged with enforcing mass redundancies at the Royal Opera House since its closure for refurbishment, is himself leaving his full-time post at Covent Garden, writes Phil Gibby. ROH sources said that Morris had been brought in to overhaul the compa
14 January 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
News: Arnaud puzzle

News: Arnaud puzzle

Arnaud puzzle By JAN WHITEHEAD Chichester Festival Theatre and Bexhill's De La Warr Pavilion have both been designated as recurrently funded organisations by South East Arts- but there is still no place on the list for the region's prime producinc theatre. Guildford's... Yvonne A
14 January 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
News: Panto audiences break box office records

News: Panto audiences break box office records

Panto audiences break box office records Box office records at theatres across the country have been broken as Britain's love affair with the traditional Christmas panto continues to show no signs of abating. The most heartening news came from Westcliff-on-Sea, where the threaten
14 January 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England