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HEYDAYS: Voice of an angel

HEYDAYS: Voice of an angel

Voice of an angel John Martland looks back at the life of much-imitated French songstress Edith Piaf, who rose from the slums of Paris to achieve global stardom and legendary, near divine status We live in an imitative musical age in which tribute bands
December 21, 2000 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
EDITH CAVELL BAND The Edith Cavell Band are over the moon at having been chosen to play at De Hall

EDITH CAVELL BAND The Edith Cavell Band are over the moon at having been chosen to play at De Hall

EDITH CAVELL BAND The Edith Cavell Band are over the moon at having been chosen to play at De Hall , following in the of icons such as Jools Holland . Named after most famous nurse , the trio – lead singer and guitarist Luke Fox , 19 , drummer Nicholas
July 28, 2005 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Ray Martine

Ray Martine

died from leukaemia on September 5 aged 65 . He is survived by his wife and a son . Patrick Newley EDITH LUTYENS American costume designer and producer Edith Lutyens died at her home in Hudson , New York , on August 16 , aged 95 . She worked for many years
October 3, 2002 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
CURTAIN CALL 43 Some like a frock

CURTAIN CALL 43 Some like a frock

most unlikely visitors to Renishaw was Marilyn Monroe , who in the fifties briefly befriended the famously acerbic Edith Sitwell . Edith lunched with her at Renishaw , generously describing Monroe as “ a delightful young . The actress came to Britain in
May 5, 2005 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Too much of a good thing

Too much of a good thing

of a good thing Drill Hall Portraits in Song – Edith Piaf and Bertolt Brecht Five years ago at the Drill Hall , Elizabeth Mansfield collaborated with writer Steve Trafford on an intimate portrait of Edith Piaf at a tragic turning point , using fluent lyric
March 13, 2003 - The Stage - London, London, England
 

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HONOURABLE WITHDRAWAL

HONOURABLE WITHDRAWAL

Devenish , Pamela Devereaux , Zan Devereux , Corinne Devery , Harriet Devine , Jane Devine , Frank Devon , David Devonald , Edith Devonshire , Felicity Devonshire , Jane Devonshire , Philip Devonshire , Linda Devroex , Thomas Dewald , Michelle Dewar , Margaret
November 24, 2005 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
New mechanicals

New mechanicals

Garrick with Seymour Hicks and Diversion at with Stagein September 1939 recorded the closure of all at the outbreak of war Edith Evans , Peter Ustinov and Joyce Grenfell . In the issue of May 22 , 1941 it was reported that Basil Dean , speaking at Drury
February 3, 2005 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
In a day's work

In a day's work

has prompted him to hark back. "When I was a very young man, I remember directing Olivier and Edith Evans in Coriolanus," he fondly recalls. "I said to Edith: 'You come on that side and Rome is over there.' And she said to me: 'You can't do that. This
November 23, 2000 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Theatre Reviews: Tantalising and dead sensitive

Theatre Reviews: Tantalising and dead sensitive

that Elisa is there to reignite her affair with Nathan, who reluctantly comes out of the shell he has created for himself. Edith is their sister, who has stayed on at Simon's country home and has an ongoing but unfulfilled affair with a neighbour, the
September 21, 2000 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
THE DILLIE KEANE COLUMN

THE DILLIE KEANE COLUMN

I once heard tell that when Dame Edith Evans was playing a costume part, she was such a stickler for period detail that she insisted on having the correct underwear in the correct fabric. Thus for Lady Bracknell, she not only had
March 2, 2000 - The Stage - London, London, England