Littlewood


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Littlewood

(ˈlɪtəlwʊd)
n
(Biography) (Maud) Joan. 1914–2002, British theatre director, who founded the Theatre Workshop Company (1945) with the aim of bringing theatre to the working classes: noted esp for her production of Oh, What a Lovely War! (1963)
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Sarah Holden (inset) was tied to a bed at a flat in Dewsbury and attacked by Shaunna Littlewood, who stabbed her at least 17 times.
Magistrates slapped the fiveyear ban on Stockton man Jason Littlewood after he exposed himself while wearing women's underwear.
Jason Littlewood, 47, followed the woman through a city centre after she left a club, then called her over to ask her for a cigarette.
Ian Littlewood, 47, took out the weapon and told staff at the Ebbw Vale job centre "this is going to be sorted out today or somebody's going to pay" after he was told his benefits would be suspended.
Adrian Littlewood, Auckland Airport's Chief Executive, commented: "Scott will be responsible for our route development and tourism strategies and our focus on sustainably growing airline services to New Zealand.
Andrew Littlewood also told the "vulnerable" woman her overdose was "a choice she had made and not a mental health issue", a disciplinary panel has heard.
The Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) hearing was told Andrew Littlewood was working at South Tyneside Hospital in May 2015 when he was asked to assess a woman who had been admitted to the Emergency Assessment Unit following a suicide attempt.
Littlewood, PhD to its strategic board of advisors, effective immediately, the company said.
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Joan's Book: The Autobiography of Joan Littlewood, 4th Edition
Littlewood will be presenting international case studies, illustrating how computational mechanics problems were solved using Altair s HPC Solutions.
AN ALTOGETHER DIFFERENT SORT OF theatre director from a previous generation, Joan Littlewood gets mentioned as part of the comprehensive diary that Eyre kept while putting together "Changing Stages.