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Theatre in the Cotswolds

the Boles Watson family and the Cirencester Theatre

by Anthony Denning

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Published by Society for Theatre Research in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • England,
  • Cirencester
    • Subjects:
    • Watson family.,
    • Theater -- England -- Cirencester -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesBoles Watson family and the Cirencester Theatre
      Statementby Anthony Denning ; edited and extended by Paul Ranger.
      ContributionsRanger, Paul.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPN2596.C54 D46 1993
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxvii, 254 p. : b ill. ;
      Number of Pages254
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL925974M
      ISBN 100854300546
      LC Control Number95225114
      OCLC/WorldCa29665801

      The longest running theatre in the UK is the Bristol Old Vic. Bristol is the undisputed cultural capital of southwest England and this prized theatre is the city’s masterpiece. Many famed actors are associated with the playhouse, such as Daniel . The Sheldonian Theatre - the principal assembly room of the University of Oxford. The Sheldonian Theatre was the first major commission for an aspiring young architect named Christopher Wren. Wren, who was then Professor of Astronomy at Oxford, designed the Sheldonian in imitation of a classical Roman theatre.

      About Open Air Theatre is coming to The Garden at Miserden on Saturday 14th July in the form of Giles Shenton's production of Old Herbaceous. Described as "Downton Abbey with gardening tips", Old Herbaceous is the humorous love story of a single-minded yet gentle man with a passion for plants and is a charming one man play which has entranced sell-out audiences all . Visit The Cotswolds This January. If you’re looking for a uniquely charming hotel in the Cotswolds to escape to this January, our luxury home is the perfect place to banish those winter blues. We have compiled a selection of the best reasons to visit the Cotswolds after the chaotic Christmas period The Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham.

      The Cotswolds This region of outstanding natural beauty is characterised by attractive small towns and thatched cottages of yellow Cotswold stone made prosperous by the historic wool trade. We stop in the world famous village of Bourton-on-the-Water, the “Little Venice" of .   Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. Theatre in the Cotswolds: the Boles Watson family and the Cirencester TheatrePages:


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