End play

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(Mach.) movement endwise, or room for such movement.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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But from May 15 until June 9 she'll be starring in a new West End play called 3Women, written by the comedian Katy Brand.
But that didn't stop Ingram wanting to see the West End play Quiz that re-examines the case and asks the audience to vote.
Sadly, the script for the opener wasn't sharp enough and some of the sketches were too long - though I liked the idea of Miranda Hart trying to shed her slapstick image in a serious role in a West End play.
SHERIDAN Smith pulled out of performing in her West End play for the second night in a row due to health concerns.
What noise from the street disrupted Helen Mirren while she was playing the Queen in a 2013 West End play?
The way Vicious is staged makes you feel that you could be watching a hit West End play. And much of the enjoyment comes from the fact that Derek Jacobi and Ian McKellen, inset, genuinely do seem to be having an absolute whale of a time playing Freddie and Stuart.
| NEWCASTLE East End play Blyth Town Lions and Cramlington Town Diamonds are up against Morpeth Sporting Club in the Northumberland FA Under-16 Girls Cup on Saturday.
AN acclaimed West End play will be touring the UK next year, with a date announced for Coventry's Belgrade Theatre.
The Hollywood star, 26, will dash to the Glasgow ceremony from London, where she is appearing in West End play The Children's Hour.
You may laugh, but that's basically me in a sentence" - Actor Robert Lindsay (pictured), who plays Greek shipowner Aristotle Onassis in a new West End play. "He can have his braininess.
And now, Watson is being associated with Craig after they were seen leaving for a performance of West End play War Horse, reports The Daily Star.
The match saw end to end play, but few scoring chances.