ENSA


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ENSA

(ˈɛnsə)
n acronym for
Entertainments National Service Association: a British organization providing entertainment for the armed forces during World War II
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The NQSC will also be performing their 'ENSA Show' at the Great Central Railway War Weekend on June 2 and 3, where it has performed for the last three years.
Here's everything you need to know about the symptoms of kidney failure and Bill Cosby's daughter Ensa Cosby.
Ensa died due to kidney failure, her family spokesman said in a statement on the comedian's official (https://www.facebook.com/billcosby/posts/10155738783834930) Facebook page.
[USA], Feb 27 ( ANI ): Comedian Bill Cosby's daughter Ensa took her last breath at the age of 44 in Massachusetts.
Speaking at the closing ceremony of the ENSA programme on December 12, Minister Batshu said the government adopted a consultative strategy and allowed all stakeholders to participate in the engagement in order to ensure the programme's success.
Who AZ was we will never know, but we can assume that the artist was probably a performer or stage hand from ENSA (the Entertainments National Service Association), during the time when the hospital was requisitioned by the Army as an emergency admissions unit during World War II.
"ENSA," or the Entertainments National Service Association, was established at the outbreak of war in 1939 under the leadership of theater impresario Basil Dean.
Mr Calvin will be doing some filming this week in Drury Lane, London, about wartime entertainment, and particularly Ensa (Entertainments National Service Association).
He decided if he couldn't fight then he would entertain the troops instead - so auditioned for ENSA.
International Resource News-April 22, 2015--Innovari signs contract with ENSA
Born Dora May Broadbent in Southport, Lancashire, she made her stage debut at 12 before working with Ensa, the armed forces' entertainment body, during World War II.
Jeanette, and 16-year-old daughter Tiffany, will dress up in ENSA uniforms and treat the For The Good Times audience to the famous tunes of Vera Lynn - We'll Meet Again and The White Cliffs Of Dover.