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Millennium Ten

Millennium Ten

Editor of The Stage Brian Attwood chooses ten historical landmarks which, for better or worse, transformed the performing arts and entertainment in Britain during the last millennium ?I Corpus Christi In the final year of his reign Pope Urban IV (pictured) declares a new Church
06 January 2000 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Grand scene changes on the greatest stage of them all

Grand scene changes on the greatest stage of them all

From medieval mystery plays to the West End shows of today, British theatre has altered dramatically, as Anthony Field chronicles Oscar Hammerstein wrote, in Me and Juliet: Oh, the theatre is dying, the theatre is dying... The theatre is practically dead Well, some might say it
06 January 2000 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Talent and skills that shine throughout the ages

Talent and skills that shine throughout the ages

The Stage's consultant editor Peter Hepple gives a whistlestop guide to the evolution of British entertainment since the Middle Ages It is impossible to review a millennium of light entertainment. For one thing, the light entertainment industry, if that is the correct word, is l
06 January 2000 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Viewing a brave new world of breathtaking progress

Viewing a brave new world of breathtaking progress

The Internet, medical science and interactive breakthroughs will all play their part in broadcasting's next era, predicts Ollie Wilson The new millennium will be the first truly clean canvas for the broadcasting media, because the one we are celebrating has been 1,000 years of h
06 January 2000 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
Real technical triumphs

Real technical triumphs

New state of the art standards in backstage equipment and safety are ushering in key improvements behind the scenes Finally, after all the hype, we are here. Whether this really is a new millennium or whether it does not start until January 1 next year has become largely irrelev
06 January 2000 - The Stage - London, London, England
 

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RONNIE WATERS Died 25th December 1995. With fond and happy memories Trieia 1 RIJBY MURRAY December 1995 Why did you

RONNIE WATERS Died 25th December 1995. With fond and happy memories Trieia 1 RIJBY MURRAY December 1995 Why did you

make me care Jimmy Hill BARBARA CAISTER aged 72, on December 27th 1999 in Swansea. Funeral service at 3.30pm on 10th January 2000 at Swansea Crematorium, Morruton Cemetery, Llangyfelach Road, Morriston, Swansea. Small reception afterwards. No flowers please. All donations to The
06 January 2000 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
OBITUARIES: Peter Jeffrey

OBITUARIES: Peter Jeffrey

Peter Jeffrey Peter Jeffrey, who died at the age of 70 on Christmas Day, might well have been called one of the most successful actors in Britain, although many may not have been prepared to put a name to his face. The fact is, however, that he was seldom out of work during a car
06 January 2000 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
OBITUARIES: JILL CRAIGIE

OBITUARIES: JILL CRAIGIE

JILL CRAIGIE Pioneenng film director, screen writer and producer Jill Craigie has died aged 85. She was the first woman director to make a real impression in the British film industry with Out of Chaos (1943), a documentary about modem art which featured Henry Moore and Graham Su
06 January 2000 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
OBITUARIES: TONY BOYD

OBITUARIES: TONY BOYD

TONY BOYD Portly and gravel-voiced, Tony Boyd, who died suddenly on December 21 aged 51, was one of the most eccentric characters in London's theatreland. A showman and agent who grew up in the business, he would have been at home in the pages of a Damon Runyon short story, holdi
06 January 2000 - The Stage - London, London, England
 
OBITUARIES: MIKE MCKENZIE

OBITUARIES: MIKE MCKENZIE

MIKE MCKENZIE For many years one of the best- known personalities in West End nightlife, Mike McKenzie has died at the age of 77. McKenzie was London's only rival to the great New York pianist/entertainers like Bobby Short, sharing Short's expansive personality and enor mous repe
06 January 2000 - The Stage - London, London, England