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News from The Kitchen

... News from The Kitchen SIR This is to clarify the situation: the Royal Court Theatre would not consider transferring The Kitchen to The Roundhouse unless all the actors were on full Equity contracts. This decision was not in response to pressure from Equity ...

Published: Thursday 30 June 1994
Newspaper: The Stage
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 77 | Page: 11 | Tags: letter 

LETTERS: Success in the kitchen

... in the kitchen Sir, You describe the Perth Theatre Company's production of Wesker's The Kitchen as a first-ever out of London showing (The Stage: March 7). For the record (and for what it's worth), I had the pleasure of directing The Kitchen for the ...

Published: Thursday 21 March 1985
Newspaper: The Stage
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 105 | Page: 8 | Tags: letter 

To the Editor of The Stage: 'KITCHEN SINK'

... 'KITCHEN SINK' SIR,--I was interested in Yoti Lane's article on the present controversey regarding modern playwrghts especially her reference to Coward and Rattigan. The latter recently contributed an excellent article in one of our national newspapers ...

Published: Thursday 02 March 1961
Newspaper: The Stage
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 242 | Page: 14 | Tags: letter 

No amateurs in the Kitchen

... No amateurs in the Kitchen SIR In a recent article, Equity defends use of amateurs (The Stage and Television Today, February 24) it was suggested that the wait resses in our current production of The Kitchen were amateurs. They are in fact either members ...

Published: Thursday 31 March 1994
Newspaper: The Stage
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 137 | Page: 11 | Tags: letter 

New Kitchen Sink Public

... New Kitchen Sink Public CIR, I am writing to say how much I agree with your leader commenting on my use of the words boom in the theatre. In self-defence I must tell you that the word was used in the form of a question by a journalist who asked: Do ...

Published: Thursday 21 September 1961
Newspaper: The Stage
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 245 | Page: 14 | Tags: letter 

To the Editor of The Stage: 'KITCHEN SINK'

... over Drama's destinies for so many centuries. Will any gentleman, or any lady, be so kind as to pull out the plug of the kitchen sink and let the suds of salao't y and stupidity go down the drain? Mat C. Bryne. 13, Taunton Avenue,. S.W.20. ...

Published: Thursday 02 March 1961
Newspaper: The Stage
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 169 | Page: 14 | Tags: letter 

Televison Today: LETTERS - It goes further, James O'Toole

... way Commercials fall down on realism. Detergent spots are notorious for this especially when it comes to kitchens. They ALL imply that EVERY kitchen is large, light and full of modern equipment, including, of course, a washing wchine. Why aren't some of ...

Published: Thursday 25 February 1960
Newspaper: The Stage
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 195 | Page: 11 | Tags: letter 

Letters: The service is not uo to scracth

... wore a pink overall; always white, and no cap. We, the kitchen and scullerymaias, wore coloured overalls and caps, but not the cook. No bootboy would ever have dared to polish shoes beside the kitchen table. He was right about serving from the left and ...

Published: Thursday 12 January 1989
Newspaper: The Stage
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 282 | Page: 9 | Tags: letter 

Automatic Spits

... visit this kitchen in the Guild Hall at Boston, Lines. From Boston forerunners of the Pilgrim Fathers began their emigration and in the Guild Hall they were imprisoned and tried when taken from a ship off-shore. Oxford. F. E. E. Spits in the kitchen of the ...

A WEEKLY LETTER FROM

... £K S And in all the best houses, of L course, the air reverberates with joyful and pleasing chop-chop- choppings from the kitchen. Currants and spice and such things nice are to be released, you see, for the occasion. Also, for Christ mas week, a quarter ...

Published: Wednesday 18 December 1918
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1329 | Page: 9, 10 | Tags: Illustrations  Letter 

A WEEKLY LETTER

... case Kitchener was the idol of the populace, which loves above all men the strong man, and which never wavered in its allegiance, even at the most wavering moments. W The subject of conversation last week, of course who should take Lord Kitchener's place ...

IN ENGLAND-NOW!

... shock with which they come on us, and the way in which thousands of men are gone all at once. But even more, I think, Lord Kitchener's death and the manner of it appealed to the imagination of the British public which is rather hard to rouse. A man that's ...

Published: Wednesday 14 June 1916
Newspaper: The Bystander
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 1565 | Page: 7, 8 | Tags: Illustrations  Letter