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Ben Jonson, in his First Folio lines to Shakespeare, described the late- Elizabethan dramatist, Thomas Kyd, as “sportive”. This is

Ben Jonson, in his First Folio lines to Shakespeare, described the late- Elizabethan dramatist, Thomas Kyd, as “sportive”. This is

Cavell Inside Keith Baxter’s verbose play another one, much tauter, is struggling to get out. The dramatic qualities of the Edith Cavell story are obvious, as we have seen in other versions & in the portraits by Nancy Price on stage & Sybil Thorndike on film
September 1, 1982 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
THEATRE JCTREWIN 66 The half-century in Regent’s Park... Dennis Waterman’s musical... Joan Plowright as Nurse Edith Cavell... new reviews.., July

THEATRE JCTREWIN 66 The half-century in Regent’s Park... Dennis Waterman’s musical... Joan Plowright as Nurse Edith Cavell... new reviews.., July

THEATRE JCTREWIN 66 The half-century in Regent’s Park... Dennis Waterman’s musical... Joan Plowright as Nurse Edith Cavell... new reviews.., July first nights,.. and a full theatre guide.
July 1, 1982 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
Welcome

Welcome

THE first 100 patients have been admitted to the £2O million Edith Cavell Hospital in Cambridgeshire.
April 11, 1988 - Aberdeen Evening Express - Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
 
Tragic pensioner's funeral

Tragic pensioner's funeral

anyone else in connection with his death. First patients The first 100 patients have been admitted to the new £2ll million Edith Cavell Hospital at Peterborough. Cambridgeshire. which will he officially opened by the Queen in May .
April 12, 1988 - Staffordshire Sentinel - Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, England
 
Jean's tribute to Dame Anna

Jean's tribute to Dame Anna

Queen's Hotel, to be precise. The nine-panel work. showing stenos from Dame Anna's best-known films Good Night Vienna, Edith Cavell. Spring in Park Lane and Piccadilly Incident to name but a few, was worked eight years ago as a birthday present for me
August 28, 1987 - Sandwell Evening Mail - West Bromwich, West Midlands, England
 
Television News: Greater share

Television News: Greater share

working on a string of further projects, including a series based on Jilly Cooper's Riders and a film based on the life of Edith Cavell, the British nurse who was shot in World War I. This summer Friday will co-produce with the BBC a series of 13 30-minute
July 9, 1987 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Regional Reviews: Voices from the Great War

Regional Reviews: Voices from the Great War

statements from George V or von Hindenburg; observations by Woolf or Lawrence follow last letters from a German soldier or Edith Cavell. The collage of quotes is ocasionally irksome, producing some odd non sequiturs, but overall it is cleverly constructed
April 14, 1983 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
1 Who was England's football manager in 1966? (3, 3. 6) 9 Which bird crows at daybreak? (7) 10 To

1 Who was England's football manager in 1966? (3, 3. 6) 9 Which bird crows at daybreak? (7) 10 To

daybreak? (7) 10 To where was Sir John Moore retreating when he was mortally wounded? (7) 11 Which occupation was followed by Edith Cavell? (5) 12 What is the mathematical name for a meeting-place? (4) 13 Who "fiddled while Rome burned"? (4) 15 On which Hebridean
June 8, 1985 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England
 
Edith

Edith

Institute Wing Commander Fveriss of the true Secret Army of the Second World War, told us the story of that er• brave lady Cavell. Born in Norwich in 1865, one of four children of a reclusive local vic ar, by the age of 16 she had never left the village
May 15, 1986 - Uxbridge & W. Drayton Gazette - London, London, England
 
It happened this month in . . .

It happened this month in . . .

Hairdresser Karl Ludwig Kessler introduced the permanent wave in a demonstration at his London salon UM. 8) 1915: Nurse Edith Cavell who tended war wounded at a Red Cross hospital in Brussels • executed by German firing squad for helping 200 Allied POWs
October 3, 1987 - Liverpool Echo - Liverpool, Lancashire, England