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The Stage

The Stage London, England

13 Aug 1992

Victoria Place Buddy Wyndhams Philadelphia Here I Come FRINGE Arts The Complete Works Of William Shakespeare Abridged BAC- Lola (20-21) Bush Phoenix Canal Cafe Three Men In A Boat Cannizaro Pk.Wimbledon The Marriage Of Figaro Chelsea Centre Under Western Eyes

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Type: Miscellaneous
West London Observer

West London Observer London, England

12 Jun 1953

SHEPHERDS BUSH Tel: SHE 1646 liMrfu ' Edmund O'Brien in 0.0.A. a 14 Walls in BTRANOIR AT MY DOOR MUM, IStfc JUNE FOR *11 MVS EZIO PINZA ROBERTA PETERS TONIGHT WE SING Showing at 1.30 5.00 8.50 l T George Brent, Marguerite Chapman in LAST PAGE Showing

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Type: Advertisement
Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

18 Dec 1958

draasea a can be said to please them. This fijavPy-pndded baseball outfit Is Mm that will have every- aS maMu^ thing dear old Lola Montes, DIRK BOOARDI Wagner. Chopin. Berlins, Men- . .. (7 delssohn. George Sand. Mad younger In the Mm. I don't li » King

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Type: Illustrated
The Stage

The Stage London, England

2 Jul 1987

Nureyev at the Paris Opera, on a piece about Lorca, and plans are being finalised to stage Lola Montez with himself as the ringmaster and Zizi Jeanmaire as Lola. Kemp would love to stage it, he says, in a big London theatre he is sure the public would

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Type: Article
Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post West Midlands, England

17 Apr 1961

Class 2 (1,151 to 3.000 CI: 1. Taylor; 2. Gratiain 3. Allison. Class 3 to 1.150 c.c.l. I. J. Selmer( (Lola Clonal?. 43 en.p.L; 2. C. barnton (Lola Cftias.); 3. 1. lisyden 1101. ((may Fastest lase 11(drnsois and Biskra.. leen. 59.6 era 53 won. Forwent

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Type: Article
Aberdeen Press and Journal

Aberdeen Press and Journal Aberdeenshire, Scotland

5 Apr 1965

and reburied in the correct grave within few days of the first Interment She now burled the grave of her mother. The Aral At Lola Churchyard, near Towceater. Northemptonahlre. private and followed memorial In London five days after her death on December

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Type: Article
Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post West Midlands, England

4 Apr 1964

for Routes by RI shafts are British. So are castings, bearings. bushes and • number of other smaller components. The car was designed in the United States, but is reminiscent of the Lola driven by Richard Attwood, of Wolverhampton, and David Hobbs. of

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Type: Illustrated
Aberdeen Evening Express

Aberdeen Evening Express Aberdeenshire, Scotland

14 Nov 1978

Rpssao w«na 'BettwWaine | Co»bur rotevMon •tiVTSd. t»n- Modtt» *BUBHAfm»CttJO 20m. Wodß«> •UtHAimBCttWtOAX ——— BUSH Arm «(tn .1 ii ■ i - •bush Aram sc«m «iw FEAOUSOM 3m fwiouboa »m ramm cmm .._ nTc»s•»-. ---•- 22M. Modm dtaaw* prfM*. Portable Colour Castetto

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Type: Article
Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post West Midlands, England

4 Apr 1964

for Rootes by Je shafts are British. So are castinfs. bearings, bushes and a number of other smaller components. The car was designed in the United States, but is reminiscent of the Lola driven by Richard Attwood, of Wolverhampton, and David Hobbs, of

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Type: Illustrated
Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post West Midlands, England

23 Dec 1966

Brabham, Forbes a Lotus. and Dean a Brabham. Landscaping the motorways In the same event Robin Darlington has put in a massive Lola T. 70. Malcolm Wayne has entered a 1.5 litre Brabham. and Charles Lucas a three litre Lotus 35, for which a driver has not

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Type: Illustrated
Western Morning News

Western Morning News Devon, England

19 Jan 1950

—Peter Haskett (Dutch Importer) Kingsbridge ' I7RUIT TREES. —Bush Apples. 10/6: Pears. 14/-: Peaches. 2V-: Plums. 10/6; Cherries. 6: Soft Fruits, all kinds. Shrubs and Climbers. Roses. Bush and Polvantha. 12 for 42/-, 4/- each: Climbers and Ramblers.

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Type: Advertisement
Coventry Evening Telegraph

Coventry Evening Telegraph West Midlands, England

3 May 1950

of England and Wales, which Braunstone Gate Inn A (Leicester) won last June. The teams competing on Thursday are the Holly Bush B Rugby). the Vine Inn (Retford). Rushden Athletic Club. and the Foaming Quart (Norton Green(, Each has already won the

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Type: Article
West London Observer

West London Observer London, England

6 Dec 1957

8 35 Sun 4 30.8 15 Man's Greatest Adventure! CONQUEST OF SPACE Technicolor < U > 3.05.6.50. Sun. only SHEPHERDS BUSH 6AUMOMT SHEPHERDS BUSH 2306 SUNDAY. DEC. Bth. 7 DAYS Doors oprn 50. Sundav 430 Last Pros. 05. Sunday Back asain—the Star-studded Musical

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Type: Advertisement
Lancashire Evening Post

Lancashire Evening Post Lancashire, England

22 Jul 1953

invested on the , winner of the Bath race by so many backers all over Britain? Somebody, somewhere must have spread the news by bush telegraph that a horse called Francasal. virtually unknown in this country, was likely to spring a surprise. For once in a

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Type: Illustrated
Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post West Midlands, England

5 Nov 1968

2: Carncelee 133-11 Mr C Saundert. 3 Alto: Winston truppy 4411111. County. My V.v. Happy March. Badman 11. 11 Contemn°, Lola (pulled opt. Medieval March (11-4. tan. Sowearty Beau Charrboater Hamlet Star (lour 14 ran. SI. 151 Off 3 34. Courant. Tote

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Type: Illustrated
The Stage

The Stage London, England

10 Sep 1953

post-war dinner and ball, in aid of the Guild funds, on Sunday, December 13, at the Park Lane Hotel. Shepherds Bush Empire The sale of Shepherds Bush Em pire to the B.B.C. for use as a TV theatre has now been confirmed. The price is not disclosed, but according

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Type: Article
The Stage

The Stage London, England

26 Jun 1952

Town is at Kingston Empire this week and remains in the London area for some time. On July 14 it will be seen at Shepherds Bush, followed by visits to Wood Green, Chelsea, and Hackney. Olly Aston The musical director at the Strat ford Palace of Varieties

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Type: Article
The Tatler

The Tatler London, England

12 Feb 1966

the Slave Girl (U). Mon: A1 Capone (A), Amazon Wamen CA) Shepherds Bush Essoldo. Wc9t Side Story (A). Sun: Spy who came in from the Cold (A), Flash the Teenage Otter (U) Shepherds Bush Odeon. Sky West A Crooked (A). Mission for a Killer (A). Sun: Return

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Type: Article
Illustrated London News

Illustrated London News London, England

14 Jul 1956

and blithering idiots. In three of the new films we are transported, by this simple and expensive method, to the Australian Bush, to an unspecified portion of Southern Africa, and to the Cirque d’Hiver, in Paris. The first film is Smiley,” adapted from

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Type: Illustrated
Birmingham Daily Post

Birmingham Daily Post West Midlands, England

4 Jun 1955

4.30. Chivalry. 330 Anton (5 P /1-7 E Hide FO4I3SiDE. 2.15. Carrot King: (Den Moak FM, allackshmr) 94 tP. McCarron 2.45, Bush Hill: 3.15. Coots Bill: 3.45. (A, Balding) 1-4 R. Sheather Mannlon: 4.15. Scottish Venture: we Devon (P. word) Rrace 445, Gay

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Type: Illustrated