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Londonist
Things To Do Today In London: Monday 25 July 2016has been a place of solace and resource for some of the world's greatest litera
Things To Do Today In London: Monday 25 July 2016
Londonist / Posted yesterday
has been a place of solace and resource for some of the world's greatest literary figures: Arthur Conan Doyle, EM Forster, Harold Pinter, Rudyard Kipling, Laurence Olivier, Winston Churchill: you name it, they've been through the doors. Normally... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
How classic Norfolk tale of forbidden love has taken to West End Stagewhere he discovers feelings he’s never experienced before. Adapted for film tw
How classic Norfolk tale of forbidden love has taken to West End Stage
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted yesterday
where he discovers feelings he’s never experienced before. Adapted for film twice - the first boasting a screenplay by Harold Pinter and starring Julie Christie and Alan Bates as the lovers - and also as a lavish full-length BBC adaptation,... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Rosanne Cash, Squonk Opera coming to UTC Patten Performancesfor local dance groups. He reached out earlier this year to inquire about booki
Rosanne Cash, Squonk Opera coming to UTC Patten Performances
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 8 days ago
for local dance groups. He reached out earlier this year to inquire about booking the group. * Jan. 24: "A Celebration of Harold Pinter" featuring British actor Julian Sands and directed by John Malkovich. Playwright Pinter himself chose Sands,... Read more
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The New Statesman
The darkening skies of the summer gamefor an afternoon, stood on the same ground as the squire. L P Hartley caught so
The darkening skies of the summer game
The New Statesman / Posted 10 days ago
for an afternoon, stood on the same ground as the squire. L P Hartley caught something of this in The Go-Between and Harold Pinter, a great cricket lover, took delight in making the cricket match in that book a crucial part of his screenplay... Read more
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Irish Examiner
You can get free tickets to Mark Rylance's new play if you dress up as a fish or fisherman, just for the halibutthe critically acclaimed comedy byMark and prose poet Louis Jenkins, will have
You can get free tickets to Mark Rylance's new play if you dress up as a fish or fisherman, just for the halibut
Irish Examiner / Posted 17 days ago
the critically acclaimed comedy byMark and prose poet Louis Jenkins, will have a limited run from November at London’s Harold Pinter Theatre after a successful season in New York. Mark Rylance has written and stars in Nice Fish (PR/Handout)... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Mark Rylance's return to West End to offer free seats for people dressed as fishto West End to offer free seats for people dressed as fish Nice Fish will have
Mark Rylance's return to West End to offer free seats for people dressed as fish
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
to West End to offer free seats for people dressed as fish Nice Fish will have a limited run from November at London's Harold Pinter Theatre after a successful season in New York Mark Rylance is returning to the West End stage - and fans will... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
You can get free tickets to Mark Rylance's new play if you dress up as a fish or fisherman, just for the halibutthe critically acclaimed comedy byMark and prose poet Louis Jenkins, will have
You can get free tickets to Mark Rylance's new play if you dress up as a fish or fisherman, just for the halibut
EveningTimes Online / Posted 17 days ago
the critically acclaimed comedy byMark and prose poet Louis Jenkins, will have a limited run from November at London’s Harold Pinter Theatre after a successful season in New York. Mark Rylance has written and stars in Nice Fish... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
EU referendum morning briefing: Gove reaps whirlwind after butchering Boristo eventually remedy one of the biggest environmental concerns of the 1980s and
EU referendum morning briefing: Gove reaps whirlwind after butchering Boris
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 25 days ago
to eventually remedy one of the biggest environmental concerns of the 1980s and 90s. Thought for the day Betrayal by Harold Pinter of with the screen version starring Ben Kingsley and Jeremy Irons, with that memorable scene when Kingsley... Read more
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Londonist
Secrets Of The London Librarypublic figures have been piling in here ever since. George Eliot, TS Eliot, Ar
Secrets Of The London Library
Londonist / Posted 25 days ago
public figures have been piling in here ever since. George Eliot, TS Eliot, Arthur Conan Doyle, EM Forster, Edward Elgar, Harold Pinter, AS Byatt, Rudyard Kipling, Laurence Olivier, William Gladstone, Arthur Balfour, Winston Churchill: you name... Read more
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Slate
How Angels in America Became the Defining Work of American Art of the Past 25 Yearsonly direct fluff.” My theory is that later in his career Mike got attracted to
How Angels in America Became the Defining Work of American Art of the Past 25 Years
Slate / Posted 27 days ago
only direct fluff.” My theory is that later in his career Mike got attracted to taking bigger swings. Death of a Salesman. Harold Pinter. I think he wanted to put his mark on some really big plays that people knew. And Angels had been one. Cary... Read more
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Salon.com
Smart country, foolish choice: The U.K.’s Brextremely stupid movethe eloquence and intelligence of the writers we study in my seminars – Virgini
Smart country, foolish choice: The U.K.’s Brextremely stupid move
Salon.com / Posted 29 days ago
the eloquence and intelligence of the writers we study in my seminars – Virginia Woolf, W. H. Auden, Philip Larkin, Harold Pinter, Iris Murdoch, Zadie Smith, Ian McEwan, Andrea Levy – and the culture that nurtured them. Since I was an... Read more
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The Buffalo News
The biography Diane Arbus always deservedlife move a casting director’s nightmare of types – Norman Mailer and Bennett C
The biography Diane Arbus always deserved
The Buffalo News / Posted 30 days ago
life move a casting director’s nightmare of types – Norman Mailer and Bennett Cerf, to suggest extremes, Mike Nichols and Harold Pinter, Lee Harvey Oswald’s mother and Coretta Scott King. These are overripe characters in a volatile time. Everyone... Read more

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