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Then came the bandbox acts Chips Rafferty, Florrie Connorton, Deano the singing binman, Terry Dack, Barry Twinkletoes and one of the most famous - Alan Robinson, fondly known as "Bubbles".
The primary text includes the following plays: The Workhouse Ward (1908), by Lady Augusta Gregory (29-40); The King of Spains Daughter (1935), by Teresa Deevy (41 -58); I Do Like to Be Beside the Seaside (1984), by Anne Le Marquand Hartigan (59-104); The Stranded Hours Between (1989), by Dolores Walshe (105-70); Eclipsed (1992), by Patricia Burke Brogan (171-230); Twinkletoes (1993), by Jennifer Johnston (231-50); Heritage (2001), by Nicola McCartney (251-343).
But it was only when we saw how gracefully and daintily he pirouetted his 11st frame across the ballroom floor at a sixth-form dance that he earned his third and definitive nickname - Twinkletoes.
The big fella was in twinkletoes mode, and teed up Stewart Downing, who shot narrowly wide.
While she was busy gracing their contest pal Julien Macdonald's autumn/winter show, the Slovenian twinkletoes was spied down the M62 enjoying a tour of Manchester City''s Etihad Stadium.
The school trains dancers as young as two years old with their TwinKletoes programme.
SID OWEN gave his little twinkletoes a treat after being evicted from Strictly - with a trip to Champneys.
Will need his rugby twinkletoes to shine on the dancefloor.
Those votes will play a large part in determining whether twinkletoes survives on the show, but bookmakers are less than confident, with Dunwoody 6-4 favourite to be kicked out tomorrow night.
Over the past ten years, I have presented plays by Christina Reid (Tea in a China Cup), Jennifer Johnston (Christine, Twinkletoes, Musn't Forget High Noon), Patricia Burke Brogan (Eclipsed), Charabanc and Marie Jones (Lay Up Your Ends, also With Martin Lynch), and Gemma O'Connor (SigNora Joyce).
Only old twinkletoes himself, burly ex-rugby player John Nolan, of John Nolan Associates.
Indeed, twinkletoes Hughes has been a revelation since being switched into the centre of midfield.
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