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retrocop
https://uk.yahoo.com/news/ww2-hurricane-fighter-plane-unearthed-nearly-80-years-crashing-battle-britain-080428048.html Great news. I have a particular liking for the unsung hero of the Battle of...
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Khandro
It wasn't always so, in fact scruffiness has never been so endemic throughout history. The French are probably the best dressed in Europe (the Women for sure). In Japan, the taxi drivers wear clean...
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Francis Asis
Didn't know where to put this. Does anyone know if the London theatres will let you in wearing jeans? Obviously smart ones. We want to go ad see a musical. Thanks...
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MickyD
does anyone know how the Green room in theatres got it's name?
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football
Which theatres have been used in films? Like 'The 39 Steps' & 'One Good Turn'. & any others
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sbear
How many theatres are there in london?
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smurfchops
This is a lovely little theatre showing small plays at a much lower price than large theatres. How can I find a list of other similar theatres in the Surrey and South London areas?
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Lorcan
How large is Broadway? How many theatres are considered to be 'on Broadway'? And how close are the theatres that show plays said to be 'off Broadway'?
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eric100
why are operating theatres known as theatres?
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naomi24
I wonder if ABers would be kind enough to check their local theatre and let me know what’s on between Christmas and New Year? No pantos please. We’re thinking of going away for a few days during...
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sailortom
16 across Where folks share, but not alike s???k ?n???? 4 down M.ali claim to get theatres going T?e ?????e??...
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Firewithfire
We’re facing a global threat, a many headed hydra that thinks it’s cool to bomb schools, theatres, trains, to stab us and to now drive cars into us. I have no problems with the moderates of them,...
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cineaste
14a, upset girls been chosen ?????P???T?? 18a, theatres rely on private health here H????? ??R??? 25a, musical cellist is after satisfactory note at heart of show ?K?????? 27a, civic dignitary put...
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naomi24
Obviously I’m aware of Stratford upon Avon, but would ABers who live within, say, 30/40 miles of Birmingham (in any direction) be kind enough to take a look at what’s on at their local theatre...
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ck1
What's the job title of he person who is in charge of the music in theatres?
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poodledoo
253a reflections (6)............I have images 268a skip (5,3)......... I have loose out 275a Cinemas (8).......I have theatres when I try to insert 254d astir and want to put afoot, I have a?o?e. any...
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ronreid
1) in which year was the Scottish youth theatre formed. 2) who wrote the sash ?. 3) who wrote the Wallace ?. thanks for any help
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yellow11
help please to get started 8a british organist spoils auditorium 8 9a dramatic works in theatres are possibly recalled 6 10a percussion instrument to spoil a cantata heartlessly 6 11a lute playing i...
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gness
....an unexpected find......The Shaughraun by Dion Boucicault.....a brilliant and funny play...set in Ireland with a large cast, a band and a dog..... It was performed by The Shoestring Theatre...
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Angiehowe
15a erect these to protect spooners bold naval vessels 5/8 letters 15d London theatres benchmark 9 letters Many thanks...

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anotheoldgit
Central ITV it seems deems it necessary to produce a series on the subject. https://www.itv.com/news/central/2019-04-30/a-place-in-the-country-part-1/ But it is not just the countryside they also...
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cassa333
Not sure I quite agree with this. Even children like to watch things. And unless you are going to give all the adults free tickets seems unfair....
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terryfish
12 a American street full of houses? (8) B-----A- This looks like BROADWAY, but why 'full of houses'? Thanks...
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thesshhh
https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/8893208/sadiq-khans-culture-budget-almost-doubles-as-crime-spirals-in-london/...
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ChillDoubt
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-47798717 Well, given that a lot of the targets used by HM Forces are of a running Russian soldier it’s not a million miles way from what they’re used to....
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ChillDoubt
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-merseyside-47804779 Fingers crossed that despite the trial being held at the Old Bailey I’m hoping that as a Scouser he has a similar jury to the one assigned...
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Khandro
'German comedian Henning Wehn made a number of surprisingly sensible points on Question Time on Thursday night, pointing out the utter futility of holding yet another referendum. He was a refreshing...
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MICKBEL11
Are there any genuine Discount Theatre ticket sellers online??
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Lorcan
How large is Broadway? How many theatres are considered to be 'on Broadway'? And how close are the theatres that show plays said to be 'off Broadway'?
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thesshhh
For tourists visiting East Anglia for the first time, where are the loveliest places to go and stay? Recommendations for gorgeous guest houses would be good too
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Bazile
I Watched a programme last night about the Colosseum in Rome . They did a scan of another amphitheatre somewhere in Italy , and together with that info was able to scan the Colosseum in 3D. Anyway the...
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nailit
Why isnt there any film footage from inside the Eagles of Death concert venue last night at the Bataclan? A rock concert, where many would be filming it on their phones and there isnt any footage on...
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in a mo
So the government are pressing ahead with Hospital Consultants and Doctors 7 days a week ,obviously this does not mean they must work 7 days it just means that the hospital /wards must be covered for...
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jake-the-peg
Why is the Army running an extensive recruitment campaign at the same time as making a load of redundencies? http://www.creativereview.co.uk/cr-blog/2013/may/army-boots The campaign aims to dispel the...
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MySilverSoul
I've been searching for it around, and they said about 500 cinemas were going to show it before The Hobbit, but only in IMAX 3D. The thing is, I don't even know where I'm going to get that added...
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Thatcherite
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-19843719 Just another compo feast for the lawyers, you couldn't make it up!...
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what..the?
Here's the advertisement - Bill Kenwright presents The Haunting by Hugh Janes, adapted from the ghost stories of Charles Dickens In an ancient, crumbling mansion, sheltering from the howling winds...
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shorty
Hi, i have a job interview coming up for theatre suport worker and i am really reall nervous!!!! I get really shy in interviews!!! Please help, how the hell do you answer why you want te job without...
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knobbynonuty
On here somepeeeps can say something and it gets 1kb of repliees and another person can say almost the same thing and wont get no replies. Now dont get me wrong I aint fishing here but just trying to...
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tim20054
I need help to find a fancy dress supplier for myself and friends. We are have a large party and all need costumes, one of the problems is that we need XXL sizes, up to a 50'' inch waist/chest. I am...

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National Theatre

The Royal National Theatre (generally known as the National Theatre and commonly as The National) in London is one of the United Kingdom's two most prominent publicly funded theatre companies, alongside the Royal Shakespeare Company. It is located next to the Thames in the South Bank area of central London. The Nation...16:37 Mon 24th May 2010

Royal Opera House

The Royal Opera House is a magnificent building in the heart of London’s Convent Garden. Closely linked to the famous composer Handel the theatre has a fascinating history. It is possible to go on backstage tours and see how the Opera House runs on a day to day basis. The stage has played host to some of the worl...16:37 Mon 24th May 2010

What's going on at the Rose Theatre

A. Archaeologists at the Rose Theatre, London, say it's in better condition than they thought - so a campaign is being stepped up for full excavation. Q. And how important is the Rose A. 01:00 Tue 23rd Oct 2001

Roundhouse

The Roundhouse is a Grade II listed former railway engine shed in Chalk Farm, London, England, which has been converted into a performing arts and concert venue. It has been associated with Centre 42 which was set up to help provide arts for all. The theatre is well known for its cutting edge performances and productio...16:37 Mon 24th May 2010

A City Guide to London

London has been described as being the best European bargain holiday destination. So whether you want museums, shops, restaurants, theatres, nightlife, tourist sites or all of the above; London is the place that has that has it all. Fast paced, lively and with plenty going on to amuse and entertain visitors all year ro...16:36 Mon 24th May 2010

Take a Trip to Paris

Baguette-festooned Parisians dash through bustling marketplaces whilst the less hasty sip coffee and wine in the multitude of cafes and restaurants on the shores of the Seine, discussing fashion,12:46 Wed 13th Feb 2008

Is Toronto split up into many different areas or zones, and if so is it easy to get around the city

Asks monkeysay A. Like many major cities, Toronto is split up into different areas. But you could probably walk through one area to another seamlessly and not know the difference. The main areas of01:00 Mon 13th Aug 2001

Street Theatre: legitimate art form or public nuisance

A. Time was when all theatre was street theatre or held in public places such as the courtyards of inns The exceptions were those that took place in private residences and churches. In Britain01:00 Mon 23rd Jul 2001

Can you recommend the best things to do in London for a weekend

Asks meltdown A. There is so much to do in London that it is difficult to fit it into one weekend, but if you've got the energy we've got the information! Just the size and the amount of people01:00 Thu 12th Jul 2001

Is Soho in New York named after Soho in London

A. No. But they both have interesting origins to their names. Q. And I expect you want me to ask you what they are A. Yes please. Q. Oh all right then. What are the interesting origins A. I'm01:00 Mon 28th May 2001

The Da Vinci Code

Amazon.co.uk WidgetsThe Da Vinci Code is a mystery thriller with a dash of action. The film is based on the book of the same name by Dan Brown and was directed by Ron Howard. It stars Tom Hanks as Robert Langdon, a university symbology expert in a frantic chase across Europe to find the Holy Grail.The film has had a ...09:55 Fri 09th Jul 2010

Shakespeare’s Globe

Shakespeare’s Globe celebrates the fact that the greatest dramatic poet in the English language lived and worked in London and that the cradle of English theatre was on Bankside by the River Thames. Every year the theatre celebrates Shakespeare's Birthday in the lead-up to the new Theatre Season on 23 April. For ...16:37 Mon 24th May 2010

Royal College Of Physicians

The Royal College Of Physicians of London provides a huge range of services to its 20,000 Members and Fellows and other medical professionals. These include delivering examinations, training courses, continuous professional development and conferences; undertaking clinical audits; publishing newsletters, guidelines and...16:37 Mon 24th May 2010

Hampton Court Palace

Hampton Court Palace is a grand royal palace in Richmond upon Thames. It was once lived in by the kings and queens of England including Henry VIII, William, Mary and James. Much of the building was designed by the architect Sir Christopher Wren. The palace is most notable for its famous maze, the annual Hampton Court P...16:37 Mon 24th May 2010

Iceland...More than just a Supermarket

When you hear the word Iceland do you think of quality frozen foods Well you should be thinking of one of the most beautiful countries in the world. Being only a short distance away, easy to get to and exotic, this is the perfect place to chill out and unwind. Iceland has plenty of choice for relaxing indulgence and p...16:36 Mon 24th May 2010

All Girls Weekend in Cambridge

Cambridge is a shopper’s paradise, with a vast amount of independent shops and unique boutiques to explore, and has been described as one of the most beautiful cities in Britain. Famous for its River Cam on which you can go punting whilst enjoy the scenic surroundings. Shopping in Cambridge: From department sto...16:36 Mon 24th May 2010

Poland Travel Guide Tips

A bargain holiday to Poland could be the perfect answer to the credit crunch for those on a budget this year. If you’re looking for culture, history or somewhere to relax and enjoy the tranquil surroundings, then consider the following. Why choose Poland While Warsaw, the capital offers great quality and value...16:36 Mon 24th May 2010

What we learned on the AB this week

Forget about skool, everything you'll ever need to know in life, you can learn it here on the ole AB, and you don't have to wear a school uniform - unless of course you are into that sort of thing.19:00 Fri 24th Feb 2006

On the history of Oxfam

Jodie Day asked: In what year did the first Oxfam shop open Oxfam dates back to the Second World War. The Nazi occupation of Greece lead to an Allied blockade of that country, with fearful01:00 Thu 27th Jun 2002

The great cynic is no more

A. Yes. The film-maker Billy Wilder has died aged 95. His gifts for writing and directing led to such classics as Sunset Boulevard, Some Like It Hot and Double Indemnity. He collected three Oscars01:00 Mon 08th Apr 2002

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