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Pal :: India | 1 year ago

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Interviews by They called it The Glums' the original 1985 production, which was panned by critics. Photograph: Michael Le Poer Trench/ArenaPAL Cameron Mackintosh, producer In 1982, a young Hungarian director, Peter Farago, brought me the original 

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Phnom Pénh :: Cambodia | over 1 year ago

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David Sillitoe for the Guardian "This is the wind, the wind in a field of corn. / Great crowds are fleeing from a major disaster / Down the long valleys, the green swaying wadis, / Down through the beautiful catastrophe of wind." "Wind", the opening

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 2 years ago

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21 April 2012 They may have divorced five years ago, but it appears Salman Rushdie and his ex-wife Padma Lakshmi are still on good terms. The British novelist, 64, and Indian TV presenter, 41, were seen leaving the memorial of late journalist

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Berlin :: Germany | 2 years ago

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James Fenton has made a career of writing in many genres, including criticism and poetry. (Apr 03, 2012) Writer James Fenton will be the next guest in Valencia College 's Distinguished Artist Series, Visions and Voices. Fenton a poet, drama critic,

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Amsterdam :: Netherlands | 3 years ago

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Story continues below His friend, Ian McEwan, says O'Hanlon is "remarkably unchanged" since the mid-'70s: "He has this wonderful carapace of comedy that protects a very serious spirit; there's all the mischief, fun and fizziness but inside, a darker

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Plymouth :: United Kingdom | 3 years ago

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Last year he completed a long expedition that offered him particular intellectual pleasure: he was on board the Dutch clipper Stad Amsterdam as it retraced the route of HMS Beagle around the world, from Plymouth to Salvador de Bahia to the Galapagos

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Mexico City :: Mexico | 3 years ago

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AFP/Getty Images Inner worlds, outer journeys: Oubangui river near Impfondo, the Democratic Republic of Congo This is a very odd but also engaging book. For a start, it is not written by Redmond O'Hanlon, despite his name appearing as one of the

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Oxford :: United Kingdom | almost 4 years ago

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Here was a Harry Potter moment cue cello and then full orchestra in which Mr. Hitchens, a presumed Muggle, the product of a staid middle-class British family, was revealed instead to be a kind of wizard. He would grow up, a process recounted in his

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Oxford :: United Kingdom | almost 4 years ago

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My friendship with the Hitch has always been perfectly cloudless. It is a love whose month is ever May. —Martin Amis, The Independent, January 15, 2007. E vents elicited the above tribute from Martin only after the mid-September of our real lives,

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Oxford :: United Kingdom | 4 years ago

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Which two ministers of Margaret Thatcher's government had gay relations with the writer Christopher Hitchens while at Oxford? Since Hitchens's extraordinary claim emerged this week, the louche figure, now 60, who has been married twice, has fended

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