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AMG/E&B MERGE

AMG/E&B MERGE

Win training worth more than £27,000 in The Stage/Sylvia Young Scholarships. See page 19 By TARA CONLAN Exclusive Artist Management Group headed by Nick Thomas and Jon Conway has merged with Paul Elliott's E&B Productions to create a new, multimillion pound theatrical parent gro
4 February 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
A LOT TO THINK ABOUT

A LOT TO THINK ABOUT

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4 February 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
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4 February 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
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Falstaff confirmed as show to reopen Royal Opera House. Page 2 Sprouting out Bush and Channel 4 join forces in £140,000 develop ment deal. Page 3 Write or wrong? Writers' Guild attacks BBC over approach to TV drama. Page 3 Trlpto tonic Scottish Arts Council backs producing house
4 February 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 

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News: Rose remains go on show

News: Rose remains go on show

Rose remains go on show The remains of Shakespeare's Rose Theatre are to be reopened to public view in April with a sound and light show devised by designer William Dudley. It will mark the formal launch of a multi-million pound fund-raising campaign by the Rose Theatre Trust to
4 February 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
News: Companies hit by LBGC funding blow

News: Companies hit by LBGC funding blow

Companies hit by LBGC funding blow Many of the capital s top the atre and dance companies have been turned down for funding by the London Boroughs Grant Committee. Oily Cart. ARC Theatre Ensemble, Besht Tellers, the Kosh, Quicksilver and Sphinx are among those who will not be fun
4 February 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
News: Better late than never

News: Better late than never

Better late than never I Theatregoers used to the daunt- I ing 'Latecomers will not be I admitted' notice on the back of their tickets will be warmed by a scheme at north London's Hampstead Theatre, writes Adrian Dawson. People who arrive at the 1 venue late are given a synopsis
4 February 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
News: Equity buoyed as finances improve

News: Equity buoyed as finances improve

Equity buoyed as finances improve By PHIL GIBBY Exclusive Equity this week hailed rising membership numbers and a rapid improvement in its finances as proof that it had finally "turned the corner". I he btage understands that the union has recorded an annual deficit of just £35.0
4 February 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
News: C4 and Bush unite in writers' initiative

News: C4 and Bush unite in writers' initiative

C4 and Bush unite in writers' initiative By BEN DOWELL London's Bush Theatre and Channel 4 have joined forces in a unique £ 1 40,000 deal to bring theatre writers to the small screen. Applying the slogan 'No Cops, No Docs, No Vets' six writers have been chosen to write one-act pl
4 February 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England