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News: Hampstead windfall

News: Hampstead windfall

Hampstead windfall BY ALEXA BARACAIA Hampstead Theatre can begin work on state of the art premises after receiving a £9.85 million capital grant from the Arts Council of England. Constuction of the venue will start next summer and the development is due for completion in 2002. It
18 November 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
News: Flooding scuppers Jermyn St

News: Flooding scuppers Jermyn St

Flooding scuppers Jermyn St Jermyn Street Theatre's administrator Penny Horner has expressed her dismay at the discovery of flooding which caused up to £20,000 worth of damage to the venue. It is estimated that water had been flowing from a burst pipe in the restaurant above the
18 November 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
News: Clarke exits

News: Clarke exits

Clarke exits Northcott Theatre's admini strator John W Clarke has retired after 32 years at the Exeter venue. Now aged 60, he joined the theatre prior to its public open ing in 1967 and worked along side eight artistic directors, the final one being Ben Crocker. Crocker said: "Jo
18 November 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
News: Theatr Cymru fails in franchise bid

News: Theatr Cymru fails in franchise bid

Theatr Cymru fails in franchise bid BY DAVIA ADAMS Arts Council of Wales drama chiefs have confounded predictions that they would grant the fifth young people's theatre franchise to Terry Hands' Clwyd Theatr Cymru. After weeks of delay the final franchise has been awarded to its
18 November 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
News: Dancers' sex fears in Iceland

News: Dancers' sex fears in Iceland

Dancers' sex fears in Iceland Icelandic police are investigating a number of nightclubs where British performers are frequently booked to appear following claims that attempts have been made to coerce dancers into prostitution. Detectives in the capital Reykjavik have responded t
18 November 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 

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News: SYT to build youth theatre

News: SYT to build youth theatre

SYT to build youth theatre BY CAMERON ROBERTSON Scottish Youth Theatre is planning to construct the first purpose-built centre north of the border dedicated to young people's theatre. Work on the former Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama site in Glasgow is expected to take
18 November 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Foreign News: French 'Palladium' falls to receivers

Foreign News: French 'Palladium' falls to receivers

French 'Palladium' falls to receivers Paris, France BY DIANE HILL The Mogador Theatre has been put into the hands of receivers. Built by the British impresario Alfred Butt in 1919 and modelled after the London Palladium, it is one of the capital's few commercial venues suitable f
18 November 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Foreign News: Poor health could signal the end of Christy Moore's career

Foreign News: Poor health could signal the end of Christy Moore's career

Poor health could signal the end of Christy Moore's career DUBLIN, EIRE BY ANTHONY GARVEY Recurring illness may have brought a premature end to the career of Irish balladeer Christy Moore. Moore returned to the stage a month ago, having taken two years off following a nervous bre
18 November 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Manchester: Entertainment Licensing Law and Practice Second edition If you want this Well written and attractively presented, it will be

Manchester: Entertainment Licensing Law and Practice Second edition If you want this Well written and attractively presented, it will be

of use to many", ^^H review of the first edition in the Civil Justice Quarterly. I nCIl QCC The second edition of Manchester: Entertainment Licensing Law and Practice focuses on public entertainment licensing (music and dancing, sports entertainment and open air musical entertai
18 November 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
CHIT CHAT: Moore please

CHIT CHAT: Moore please

Moore please Roger Moore, a master of the self-deprecating anecdote and no mean mimic recalls his days as a young West End hopeful: On one occasion he was understudying David Tom- linson in the West End during the early fifties. The queen of the London theatre in those days was o
18 November 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England