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Clair Wordsworth
Writer & Radio Producer. Key credits: 'Barry's Forgotten Musical Masterpieces', 'Sax Appeal', 'Ivy Benson: Original Girl Power', 'The Sheila Tracy Tapes'...
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Lachy Werner May 14
HEY TWITTER! Please PLEASE RT! About to begin a little tour starting at Brighton Fringe! Would love to see so many of you there, make my week and come, or tell your friends, maybe your cats? Whoever. Just get bums on seats. Love you.
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Elsa Lanchester Biography May 16
Here's a fantastic photo of Elsa in her most acclaimed stage role, as Ariel in the 1934 production of The Tempest. You can also see the radical set design by her friend John Armstrong.
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Clair Wordsworth May 14
Replying to @Bottbooks
Love your posts on ups and downs of bookshop life... thank YOU!
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Clair Wordsworth May 14
Everyone needs to move to Felixstowe. Why? It's got the best Secondhand Book Shop. Look...
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Dudley Hippodrome Trust May 14
Had a really productive meeting with Dudley Council for Voluntary Service. We are working hard to keep this theatre for the community and operate it as a community asset. 🎭
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Louis Armstrong May 13
RIP Doris Day. Here is Louis’s personal copy of her Columbia LP “Day Dream,” as well as a Philips compilation from the 1950s with works by both Day and Armstrong.
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Dudley Hippodrome Trust May 11
We are still campaigning to acquire the historic 1938 Hippodrome in Dudley. We are working hard to keep this theatre for the community and operate it as a community asset. We need as much support as possible.
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John Clare 2019 May 9
John Clare's Journal 9th, Day of May 1825 Wrote another portion of my Life and took a Walk to see a Nightingales nest - found a Song thrushes in bushy close by the side of a young oak with 4 eggs never saw one of this kind in such a place before
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Louis Armstrong May 9
55 years ago today, "Hello, Dolly!" knocked the Beatles off the top of the pop charts, giving 62-year-old Louis Armstrong the number one hit single in the United States!
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Matthew Sweet May 9
Lights! Cameras! Espionage! and I have opened the files on the wartime spying career of the great movie mogul Alexander Korda. Our radio doc goes out on in a couple of weeks, but here's a preview. Swallow after reading. (£)
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Clair Wordsworth May 8
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BritishMusicHallSoc May 8
Tomorrow: Thu 9 May 2019, 'Reviewing His Situation: The Life & Music of Lionel Bart' by Geoff Bowden ('The Call Boy' ed) 7.45pm at The CAA, 20 Bedford St London WC2. The life, career & music of composer & lyricist Lionel Bart to mark the 20th anniversary of his death.
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StockportPlaza May 7
Join us on Saturday 25th May from 10am for a free to attend concert from 10am till 1pm and relax in the wonderful surroundings of Stockport’s Art Deco gem. Proceeds from all beverage sales and stalls go towards the ongoing Maintenance and Restoration Appeal
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Interlude May 2
Studying music is about more than becoming a better academic achiever; it's about becoming a better, happier citizen and person:
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Elsa Lanchester Biography May 1
Portrait of Elsa by Reginald Eves, in the VA& Museum, London. Painted in 1926, just before she met Charles, when she was one of the most famous women in London.
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Sarah Patel May 1
So heartening to see and a host of other leading artists, creatives and naturalists putting their might behind . Nature is in crisis but there is time. We need politicians to listen and then speak up 🗣️
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Clair Wordsworth May 1
Replying to @ladymisssarah
Thank you very much for this! I may not be able to get to the BFI screenings, so this link is brilliant - I can now watch the Weimar classics at home (erm well, from behind the sofa in the case of 'Nosferatu') :)
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Dr Liv Gibbs Apr 30
The Tea Garden by William Roberts 1928 (Private Collection).
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Simon Kövesi Apr 29
Thread: links to texts mentioned (or that we meant to) in BBC R4 Open Book on working-class writing. Some are well known, but many aren't - & it's important for contemporary w-c writers to know they're not alone & these issues are as old as the hills
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Clair Wordsworth Apr 25
The Co-optimists - Phylis Monkman, Elsa Macfarlane, Betty Chester, Melville Gideon, Stanley Holloway, Laddie Cliff, Gilbert Child, Davy Burnaby ...
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