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8 April 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Writers defend watershed

Writers defend watershed

BY BEN DOWELL Dom Shaw, chairman of the Writers' Guild's radio and TV committee, has attacked Independent Television Commission chairman Sir Robin Biggam for encouraging self-censorship after the 9pm... watershed. Biggam had warned there were "too many programmes which screened
8 April 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Jackson recruits new comedy editor

Jackson recruits new comedy editor

BBC entertainment controller Paul Jackson has finished restructuring his ailing in-house department by enticing leading independent producer Sophie Clarke-Jervoise to work in the new post of comedy editor. Clarke-Jervoise' s appoint ment represents a clear attempt to make the in
8 April 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Yorkshire TVs bold line-up

Yorkshire TVs bold line-up

Yorkshire Television has announced a strong new raft of dramas for production this summer, including a new series from the writer of The Darling Buds of May. Maverick actor Oliver Reed will take the lead in a new six part drama series My Uncle Silas, made by the team that devise
8 April 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Debut drama for BBC Choice

Debut drama for BBC Choice

In a bid to silence criticism that it is just a repeat channel, BBC Choice has put an original drama project out for tender, for the first time in its history. The fledgling digital chan nel is set to select a writer new to television, to develop a script for an original 30-minu
8 April 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
News: Plaza plans in peril

News: Plaza plans in peril

Plaza plans in peril BY CAMERON ROBERTSON Plans to resurrect the Plaza in Stockport as a 1,800 seat receiving house have run into funding problems after the cost of £7.5 million could not be raised. previously a Dingo nan ana cinema the latter being a prominent feature in the res
8 April 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Chicken Shed Theatre ***C Company f requires ACTOR/MUSICIANS AND ACTORS with singing skills for interactive performances to children. Additional theatre

Chicken Shed Theatre ***C Company f requires ACTOR/MUSICIANS AND ACTORS with singing skills for interactive performances to children. Additional theatre

skills ie: puppet making, writing, circus skills would be an advantage. Short term contract 19th April 18th June '99 Send full CV to: Anita Cavalier Chicken Shed Theatre Company Chase Side Southgate, London N 1 4 4PE Chicken Shed believes in inclusive practice and is an equal op
1 April 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
SHOW PEOPLE: MILLER'S TALE TO TELL

SHOW PEOPLE: MILLER'S TALE TO TELL

MILLER'S TALE TO TELL "I don't really like musicals," says Vincent Miller, who is currently appearing in Oh! What a Night at Manchester's Opera House and prefers 'grungy' theatre. "I have my own moral and spiritual beliefs and I wouldn't want to be stuck in a long-term theatre co
8 April 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
SHOW PEOPLE: THE FEARS OF A CLONE

SHOW PEOPLE: THE FEARS OF A CLONE

THE FEARS OF A CLONE For his portrayal of fiction's most enduring mad scientist in Brute Farce's production of Frankenstein, Tristan Maguire drew inspiration from... his cat. "I studied the way she stalks birds," says Tristan, who recognises the key quali ties of Victor Frankenst
8 April 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
SHOW PEOPLE: HIGH RISE POWER

SHOW PEOPLE: HIGH RISE POWER

HIGH RISE POWER Compiled By CAMERON ROBERTSON At 6ft tall, cabaret singer Shauna Phillips is being noticed for her height as well as her big vocal talent. "I always used to get roped in at school as my foghorn voice could always be heard above all the oth ers," she says. An accom
8 April 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England