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CHIT CHAT: Quentin's ready for his close up

CHIT CHAT: Quentin's ready for his close up

Quentin's ready for his close up On November 25, Quentin Crisp, or the Stately Homo of England (as he styles himself), will return to London from his adopted New York for three nights at the Drill Hall. He may be 92, but there is no reason to suppose that he will not be able to t
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
 
CHIT CHAT: All in high spirits

CHIT CHAT: All in high spirits

All in high spirits TABARD Gas and gaiters made a return to the West End for the annual Patronal Festival of the Actors' Church Union, held at St Paul's in Covent Garden. Stalwarts of the ACU, including Frank Williams, Chubby Oates and Charmian May joined the Right Reverend Frank
18 November 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Learning process

Learning process

Professor Ken Robinson believes arts education in Britain should be as vital as literacy and numeracy. Nick Smurthwaite finds out more Inspirational was the word used to describe Professor Ken Robinson's speech to the annual conference of the Theatrical Management Association in
18 November 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
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18 November 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
LETTER TO A YOUNG COMEDIAN: LETTERTO A YOUNG COMEDIAN

LETTER TO A YOUNG COMEDIAN: LETTERTO A YOUNG COMEDIAN

LETTERTO A YOUNG COMEDIAN ARTHUR SMITH How important is the physical appearance of the comedian? Is it good or bad to be pigugly or does it make no difference? For an actor the answer is simpler. Good looking ones get to play lead parts,... while the Elephant Men are always chara
18 November 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
LETTERS: Race row response sums up Equity's useless name game

LETTERS: Race row response sums up Equity's useless name game

Race row response sums up Equity's useless name game Your 'Equity Chiefs in 'Apartheid' Row' story (October 28, News, Front page) and subsequent letter from Robert Birmingham (November 1 1 Letters, page 9), just about sums up the problems which have faced... Asian artists for yea
18 November 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
LETTERS: We're already trying to realise musical potential

LETTERS: We're already trying to realise musical potential

We're already trying to realise musical potential With reference to your editorial recommendation this week (November 11, Leader, page 8), I would love to say that the power of The Stage editorial led to an emergency board meeting and a quick decision to... make changes to ensure
18 November 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
LETTERS: Goodbye Geoff

LETTERS: Goodbye Geoff

Goodbye Geoff It was with great sadness that I learned of the death of writer and Stage columnist Geoff Mellor (October 14, Obituaries, page 29). Geoff gave many kind reviews for our touring pantomimes over the years and 1 was fortunate enough to have received help from him on mo
18 November 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
LETTERS: Clarifying the facts on child pay

LETTERS: Clarifying the facts on child pay

Clarifying the facts on child pay I write to clarify comments attributed to me in your article regarding payments to children in theatre (November 1 1 News, Front page). The child actors in Cameron Mackintosh's production of Les Miserables and the Really Useful Group's Whistle Do
18 November 1999 - The Stage - London, London, England