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Keen as a whistle

Keen as a whistle

the world with his act and among the artists he with were Laurel and Hardy , Peter Sellers , Gracie Fields , Sophie Tucker , Edith Piaf and Julie Andrews . He bought a hotel in Guernsey in 1960 . The receptionist was a girl called Rosemarie whom he married
April 17, 2003 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
FRINGE

FRINGE

The Laramie Project Cockpit – The Tale Donmar Warehouse – Accidental Death of an Anarchist Drill Hall – Portraits in Song – Edith Piaf and Bertolt Brecht ; English Chansons Greenwich Playhouse – Claw Hackney Empire , Bullion Room – Twentieth Century Girls
March 20, 2003 - 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
 
REGIONS

REGIONS

numbers are listed in The Stage diary Donmar Warehouse – Accidental Death of An Anarchist Drill Hall – Portraits in Song – Edith Piaf and Bertolt Brecht ; English Chansons Greenwich Playhouse – Claw Greenwich Theatre – Withering Looks Hampstead – The Safari
March 13, 2003 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
THEATRE Lyric : Dance of Death Greenwich Theatre : John Gabriel Borkman Arcola : Venezuela Barbican Pit : Drummer Wanted

THEATRE Lyric : Dance of Death Greenwich Theatre : John Gabriel Borkman Arcola : Venezuela Barbican Pit : Drummer Wanted

The Sleeping Beauty Wells : Garth Fagan Dance – Programmes One and Two LIGHT ENTERTAINMENT Drill Hall : Portraits in Song – Edith Piaf and Bertolt Brecht BAC : A Playful Meditation on Magic Wigan : Georgie Fame & Sons Torquay : In Tune With Laughter RADIO
March 13, 2003 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
O N NEXT WEEK

O N NEXT WEEK

Shed ( ) Cochrane – The Laramie Project Donmar Warehouse – Accidental Death of An Anarchist Drill Hall – Portraits in Song – Edith Piaf and Bertolt Brecht Greenwich Theatre – The Tale Hampstead – The Safari Party Hen and Chickens – Pay ? Pay ! Hoxton Hall
March 6, 2003 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Tacky tribute insult to star

Tacky tribute insult to star

Nonetheless , director Hamish Gray elicits entertaining performances from Russell Kennedy as father , Nell Hennessy as sister Edith and especially Neil Summerville , the Dr Peach concerned about mainly because of his indispensability as a bowler and goalkeeper
March 2, 2003 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
O NNEXTWEEK

O NNEXTWEEK

Chicken Shed – The Insect Play Donmar Warehouse – Accidental Death of An Anarchist Drill Hall – Filler Up Portraits in Song – Edith Piaf and Bertolt Brecht Etcetera – Deathwatch Greenwich Playhouse – Sleuth Greenwich Theatre – John Gabriel Borkman Hampstead
February 27, 2003 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Far more like work than play

Far more like work than play

strong accentuate the of Peer from Romantic optimist to cynic . Other highlights include Fleur Chandler as loyal mother Ase , Edith Bukovics as a innocent Solveig and Peter Winnall as the Button Moulder , played as a sort of polite but firm tax official who
February 20, 2003 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
T HEATRE WEEK Shoot the Crow , by Owen McCafferty . Royal Exchange Theatre Studio , Manchester to February 22

T HEATRE WEEK Shoot the Crow , by Owen McCafferty . Royal Exchange Theatre Studio , Manchester to February 22

March 1 . : Herald Productions in with Pursey / Munthe Productions . Cast : Hilton McRae , Fleur Chandler , Jon Millington , Edith Buckovics , Indra Ove , Geoffrey Nursey , Barry Latchford , Ria Ulleri , Peter Winnall , Sarah Lisa Wilkinson , Kristian Lewis
February 6, 2003 - The Stage - London, London, England