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Ipswich Star
The Lord Nelson pub in Ipswich goes up for sale for £395,0001790 and 1805 it was called the Noah’s Ark. The earliest reference traced of t
The Lord Nelson pub in Ipswich goes up for sale for £395,000
Ipswich Star / Posted 4 hours ago
1790 and 1805 it was called the Noah’s Ark. The earliest reference traced of the Noah’s Ark is 1672, during the reign of Charles II, when the local Headboroughs ordered William Stephens to repair his pavement. In 1715 the landlord was again in... Read more
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Ekklesia
Friends House garden transformedback in time 1647 George Fox recognises God's light is within everyone 1661 Q
Friends House garden transformed
Ekklesia / Posted 11 hours ago
back in time 1647 George Fox recognises God's light is within everyone 1661 Quakers present their peace testimony to Charles II 1755 Quaker marriage becomes legal 1758 Quakers begin campaigning to abolish slavery 1813 Elizabeth Fry starts... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Reading man to run 615 miles in 14 days for Children's Hospicebe tasked with finishing within two weeks, as they follow the footpath that app
Reading man to run 615 miles in 14 days for Children's Hospice
Reading Evening Post / Posted 3 days ago
be tasked with finishing within two weeks, as they follow the footpath that approximates the escape route taken by King Charles II in 1651 after defeat in the Battle of Worcester. They will also only be able to access supplies and equipment... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Why do we dance around a pole on May Day? (And other strange May traditions)beginning of time? The only significant abandonment of May Day celebration cam
Why do we dance around a pole on May Day? (And other strange May traditions)
Nottingham Post / Posted 7 days ago
beginning of time? The only significant abandonment of May Day celebration came by order of that party-pooper-in-chief, Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell. Normal service was resumed with the Restoration, thanks to the "merry monarch", King Charle... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Nottingham's Morris and maypole dancers greet the merry monthbeginning of time? The only significant abandonment of May Day celebration cam
Nottingham's Morris and maypole dancers greet the merry month
Nottingham Post / Posted 7 days ago
beginning of time? The only significant abandonment of May Day celebration came by order of that party-pooper-in-chief, Lord Protector Oliver Cromwell. Normal service was resumed with the Restoration, thanks to the "merry monarch", King Charle... Read more
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express
Book reviews: Eligible, Restoration and Hitman Anders And The Meaning Of It Allcharacters and personalities that mattered in the only recently re-formed royal
Book reviews: Eligible, Restoration and Hitman Anders And The Meaning Of It All
express / Posted 7 days ago
characters and personalities that mattered in the only recently re-formed royal court, whether that be the womanising of Charles II, the desperate attempts to prop up Britannia’s ailing navy in its war with the Dutch or the tactics deployed to... Read more
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Londonist
Medieval Or Tudor?: How To Tell Which Era London's Buildings Are Fromholidays popularised calamari fritti in English pubs, the wealthy Stuarts were
Medieval Or Tudor?: How To Tell Which Era London's Buildings Are From
Londonist / Posted 9 days ago
holidays popularised calamari fritti in English pubs, the wealthy Stuarts were inclined to travel to Europe (or went like Charles II, as refugees) and when they returned their tastes were coloured by what they had seen. Words such as 'baroque'... Read more
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Craig Daily Press
Jimmy Westlake: Spring’s diamond in the skymarked by the star Cor Caroli, or Charles’ Heart, and was named in honor of Kin
Jimmy Westlake: Spring’s diamond in the sky
Craig Daily Press / Posted 11 days ago
marked by the star Cor Caroli, or Charles’ Heart, and was named in honor of King Charles I of England, or perhaps his son, Charles II. Locate Cor Caroli by once again using the curved handle of the Big Dipper. If you imagine the Dipper’s handle to... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
London's best historical pubs: the ultimate tourto view the annual Oxford vs Cambridge Boat Race. It has seen many notables din
London's best historical pubs: the ultimate tour
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
to view the annual Oxford vs Cambridge Boat Race. It has seen many notables dining and supping at its tables, including Charles II and his mistress Nell Gwynne. 19 Upper Mall, Hammersmith, London W6 9TA The Mayflower, Rotherhithe Extremely... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Queen's 90th birthday: The lifelong animal loveralongside the Queen and 007 actor Daniel Craig. Monarchs across the centuries
Queen's 90th birthday: The lifelong animal lover
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
alongside the Queen and 007 actor Daniel Craig. Monarchs across the centuries have been associated with dogs, from Charles II and his love of toy dogs to the pug, which was favoured by some Hanoverian Kings. Corgis became a firm favourite... Read more
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Daily Mirror
What is May Day? Everything you need to know for the May bank holiday 2016Day was previously abolished by Puritan parliaments but was brought back in 166
What is May Day? Everything you need to know for the May bank holiday 2016
Daily Mirror / Posted 16 days ago
Day was previously abolished by Puritan parliaments but was brought back in 1660 following the restoration of Charles II. The second bank holiday in May takes place on May 30 this year, and is known as the Spring Bank Holiday.What to... Read more
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Boston Globe
What it’s like to eat at Heston Blumenthal’s Hinds Headshortbread also came with a card from which we learned that the drink originate
What it’s like to eat at Heston Blumenthal’s Hinds Head
Boston Globe / Posted 16 days ago
shortbread also came with a card from which we learned that the drink originated in the 1660s during the reign of Charles II. Chocolate had recently arrived in England and was considered to be an aphrodisiac when whisked, along with sugar,... Read more
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Daily Mail
Rags found in the sea belonged to a member of Charles I's householdstate in England. By 1660, Richard Cromwell had lost the confidence of the arm
Rags found in the sea belonged to a member of Charles I's household
Daily Mail / Posted 17 days ago
state in England. By 1660, Richard Cromwell had lost the confidence of the army and the dead king's son took the throne as Charles II, ushering in the period known as the Restoration. But when they examined it closer, they realised that the 'rags'... Read more
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Daily Mail
Man's terrifying face swaps with ancient statues at the British Museumthen pasted over the faces of the statues, giving him curly grey stone beards o
Man's terrifying face swaps with ancient statues at the British Museum
Daily Mail / Posted 18 days ago
then pasted over the faces of the statues, giving him curly grey stone beards or periwig locks from a big wig in the era of Charles II. The faces of the models are put onto Jake's body, so they are wearing a red Hollister hoodie and have a spiky... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Where to get Nottingham's best coffeesin England concerns a business in Oxford in 1652. The first in London is believ
Where to get Nottingham's best coffees
Nottingham Post / Posted 21 days ago
in England concerns a business in Oxford in 1652. The first in London is believed to have opened the same year. King Charles II complained that the London coffee houses were focal points for political unrest. Because they attracted men of all... Read more
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Sporting Life
Craven reflections: Day twohave just won the Craven and be getting very excited about the Guineas. But he'
Craven reflections: Day two
Sporting Life / Posted 23 days ago
have just won the Craven and be getting very excited about the Guineas. But he's not."He'll come back here for the King Charles II Stakes, a seven furlong Listed race at the end of May en route to the Jersey Stakes at Royal Ascot."Ibn Malik... Read more
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Sporting Life
Craven reflections: Day twoprobably have just won the Craven and be getting very excited about the Guineas
Craven reflections: Day two
Sporting Life / Posted 23 days ago
probably have just won the Craven and be getting very excited about the Guineas. But he's not."He'll come back here for the Charles II Stakes, a seven furlong Listed race at the end of May en route to the Jersey Stakes at Royal Ascot."Ibn Malik... Read more
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Scotsman
Six historic Scottish homes where you can live like a lady or lairddramatic episodes in Scottish history were staged at Scone Palace, including th
Six historic Scottish homes where you can live like a lady or laird
Scotsman / Posted 23 days ago
dramatic episodes in Scottish history were staged at Scone Palace, including the crowning of Macbeth, Robert the Bruce and Charles II. The Stone of Destiny, also known as the Stone of Scone, was used in the coronation of Kings at nearby Moot Hill... Read more
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Daily Mail
How the ghost of Diana still haunts Highgrovefrom a tree planted by Henry VIII at Hampton Court. And there is the Boscobel
How the ghost of Diana still haunts Highgrove
Daily Mail / Posted 25 days ago
from a tree planted by Henry VIII at Hampton Court. And there is the Boscobel oak, grown from the tree which reputedly hid Charles II from Oliver Cromwell’s soldiers after the Battle of Worcester in 1651. Of course, most will be coming for the... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Secret lives of women who broke taboo to act in Shakespeareperforming companies, one run by William Davenant and another by Thomas Killigr
Secret lives of women who broke taboo to act in Shakespeare
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 26 days ago
performing companies, one run by William Davenant and another by Thomas Killigrew, were granted licences. Two years later, Charles II, a fan of the theatre, had decreed “that all the women’s parts to be acted in either of the said two companies for... Read more
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Evening Standard
Ed West: London’s housing issues are really driven by tastefor the standards of the profession, Harington and Leslie are well-bred, both b
Ed West: London’s housing issues are really driven by taste
Evening Standard / Posted 28 days ago
for the standards of the profession, Harington and Leslie are well-bred, both being descended from illegitimate children of Charles II. Through him they also derive from Edward IV, the 15th-century inspiration for Thrones’ Robert Baratheon, the... Read more
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Orange County Register
New school history framework is unhistoricalHobbes (1588-1679) a “civic reformer”? No, the authoritarian political thinker
New school history framework is unhistorical
Orange County Register / Posted 28 days ago
Hobbes (1588-1679) a “civic reformer”? No, the authoritarian political thinker and tutor for Britain’s absolute monarch Charles II was anything but. Hobbes is famous for telling us we must surrender almost all our rights to the ruler to prevent... Read more
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York Daily Record
Tale of the Springettsbury Township Creston bookplates of William Penn; as shown on his 1703 bookplate from online colle
Tale of the Springettsbury Township Crest
York Daily Record / Posted 29 days ago
on bookplates of William Penn; as shown on his 1703 bookplate from online collections of Yale University. In 1681, King Charles II granted the Charter for Pennsylvania to William Penn. Within the charter, special powers were granted to erect... Read more
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Londonist
8 Cultural Gems To Discover Outside Zone 1royal, scientific and historical magnificence. The Royal Observatory is the ap
8 Cultural Gems To Discover Outside Zone 1
Londonist / Posted 30 days ago
royal, scientific and historical magnificence. The Royal Observatory is the apotheosis of Greenwich's glories: founded by Charles II in 1675, the observatory is home to London's only planetarium and Greenwich Mean Time, the world's Prime Meridian... Read more
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Daily Mirror
From shivs and bird to hookers and narks - do you know your crime slang?one where death row inmates were kept. It took its name from real-life executi
From shivs and bird to hookers and narks - do you know your crime slang?
Daily Mirror / Posted 30 days ago
one where death row inmates were kept. It took its name from real-life executioner Jack Ketch, who was employed by King Charles II and famously botched the 1680s beheading of Lord Russell and the Duke of Monmouth.Shiv A shiv or chiv is a sharp... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
How to visit Britain's historic royal palaceseach Easter uses the house to entertain political leaders or foreign diplomats.
How to visit Britain's historic royal palaces
Daily Telegraph / Posted a month ago
each Easter uses the house to entertain political leaders or foreign diplomats. Why The State Apartments, kitted out by Charles II and later George IV, have been described by art historian Hugh Roberts as a "superb and unrivalled sequences of... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
‘Kinky Boots,’ ‘Hangmen,’ ‘Gypsy’ win at UK’s Olivier Awardswas named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Ar
‘Kinky Boots,’ ‘Hangmen,’ ‘Gypsy’ win at UK’s Olivier Awards
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted a month ago
was named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II - took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. The best-revival trophy went to the National Theatre's... Read more
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Perth Now
Nicole Kidman misses out on Olivier awardalso won an Olivier. Nell Gwynn - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton
Nicole Kidman misses out on Olivier award
Perth Now / Posted 1 months ago
also won an Olivier. Nell Gwynn - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II - took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. Named in honour of the late actor Laurence Olivier,... Read more
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The Irish Times
Bridget Christie: ‘I’m glad there’s misogyny – it turned my career around’years in the lower echelons of the comedy circuit, losing money at the Edinburg
Bridget Christie: ‘I’m glad there’s misogyny – it turned my career around’
The Irish Times / Posted 1 months ago
years in the lower echelons of the comedy circuit, losing money at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival while dressing up like Charles II, wearing a donkey costume, or eating a banana painfully slowly in front of practically no one. Then came... Read more
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Lake Placid News
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awardswas named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" — a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Ar
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awards
Lake Placid News / Posted 1 months ago
was named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" — a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II — took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. The best-revival trophy went to the National Theatre's... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awardswas named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" — a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Ar
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awards
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 1 months ago
was named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" — a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II — took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. The best-revival trophy went to the National Theatre's... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awardswas named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" — a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Ar
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awards
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 1 months ago
was named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" — a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II — took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. The best-revival trophy went to the National Theatre's... Read more
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News.com.au
Nicole Kidman misses out on Olivier awardalso won an Olivier. Nell Gwynn - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton
Nicole Kidman misses out on Olivier award
News.com.au / Posted 1 months ago
also won an Olivier. Nell Gwynn - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II - took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. Named in honour of the late actor Laurence Olivier,... Read more
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Boston Herald
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awardswas named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" — a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Ar
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awards
Boston Herald / Posted 1 months ago
was named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" — a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II — took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. The best-revival trophy went to the National Theatre's... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awardswas named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Ar
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awards
Hawaii News Now / Posted 1 months ago
was named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II - took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. The best-revival trophy went to the National Theatre's... Read more
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KCTV 5 Kansas City
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awardswas named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Ar
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awards
KCTV 5 Kansas City / Posted 1 months ago
was named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II - took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. The best-revival trophy went to the National Theatre's... Read more
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ABC 7 Gulfshore News
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awardswas named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Ar
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awards
ABC 7 Gulfshore News / Posted 1 months ago
was named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II - took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. The best-revival trophy went to the National Theatre's... Read more
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FOX 12 Oregon
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awardswas named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Ar
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awards
FOX 12 Oregon / Posted 1 months ago
was named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II - took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. The best-revival trophy went to the National Theatre's... Read more
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awardswas named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Ar
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awards
WSFA 12 Montgomery / Posted 1 months ago
was named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II - took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. The best-revival trophy went to the National Theatre's... Read more
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KXXV Waco
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awardswas named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Ar
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awards
KXXV Waco / Posted 1 months ago
was named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II - took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. The best-revival trophy went to the National Theatre's... Read more
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Eyewitness News 3 Hartford
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awardswas named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Ar
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awards
Eyewitness News 3 Hartford / Posted 1 months ago
was named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II - took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. The best-revival trophy went to the National Theatre's... Read more
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Herald Sun
Nicole Kidman misses out on Olivier awardalso won an Olivier. Nell Gwynn - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton
Nicole Kidman misses out on Olivier award
Herald Sun / Posted 1 months ago
also won an Olivier. Nell Gwynn - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II - took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. Named in honour of the late actor Laurence Olivier,... Read more
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Weekly Times
Nicole Kidman misses out on Olivier awardalso won an Olivier. Nell Gwynn - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton
Nicole Kidman misses out on Olivier award
Weekly Times / Posted 1 months ago
also won an Olivier. Nell Gwynn - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II - took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. Named in honour of the late actor Laurence Olivier,... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Nicole Kidman misses out on Olivier awardalso won an Olivier. Nell Gwynn - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton
Nicole Kidman misses out on Olivier award
The Courier Mail / Posted 1 months ago
also won an Olivier. Nell Gwynn - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II - took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. Named in honour of the late actor Laurence Olivier,... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awardswas named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Ar
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awards
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 1 months ago
was named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II - took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. The best-revival trophy went to the National Theatre's... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awardswas named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Ar
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awards
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 1 months ago
was named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II - took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. The best-revival trophy went to the National Theatre's... Read more
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KIII Corpus Christi
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awardswas named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Ar
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awards
KIII Corpus Christi / Posted 1 months ago
was named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II - took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. The best-revival trophy went to the National Theatre's... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awardswas named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Ar
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awards
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 1 months ago
was named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II - took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. The best-revival trophy went to the National Theatre's... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awardswas named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Ar
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awards
WSMV Nashville / Posted 1 months ago
was named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II - took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. The best-revival trophy went to the National Theatre's... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awardswas named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Ar
'Kinky Boots,' 'Hangmen,' 'Gypsy' win at UK's Olivier Awards
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 1 months ago
was named best new play. "Nell Gwynn" - a high-spirited romp starring Gemma Arterton as the mistress of 17th-century King Charles II - took the prize for best new comedy, a separate category. The best-revival trophy went to the National Theatre's... Read more
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