Rattigan


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Rattigan

(ˈrætɪɡən)
n
(Biography) Sir Terence Mervyn. 1911–77, English playwright. His plays include The Winslow Boy (1946), Separate Tables (1954), and Ross (1960)
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Noun1.Rattigan - British playwright (1911-1977)
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After last week's walk from Regal Chowk to Lohari Gate and then on towards Delhi Gate, last Thursday I decided to walk from Iqbal Hostel towards Bradlaugh Hall and survey what remains of the old Rattigan Road to relive the memories of my youth.
NOTORIOUS mobster Fat Freddie Thompson was allowed to hold a secret meeting with drug lord Brian "King Ratt" Rattigan in a bid to move to a different block of a prison.
Jim McPhee, Steve Rattigan, Lorna Ramsay and LornaWilliams, who all hail from the town, will be part of the 30-strong cast of performers from Windmill Productions bringing the much-loved Andrew Lloyd-Webber musical to the stage.
BRIAN Rattigan is fuming in his jail cell in maximum-security Portlaoise after his hi-tech mobile phone was seized.
They visited polling stations set up at Government Central Model School Rattigan Road, Government College of Technology for Woman Lytton Road, Hailey College, Punjab University old Campus, and Government Lady Mclagan Higher Secondary School.
Flare Path, by Terence Rattigan, is a highly-charged drama set in Lincolnshire in 1941, when RAF bomber squadrons were flying nightly sorties deep into German territory.
Pools' first goal came from a fantastic solo Lewis Rattigan run.
James Rattigan, 67, vowed to kill Kenny McLaughin and his family and burn their house down after they parked their car outside his house.
Edward Rattigan pleaded guilty at Warwick Crown Court to the theft of cash from the reception desk at the Premier Inn, Coventry, in May and the attempted robbery of the night porter.
The National Theatre will again be at our doorstep via a screening of the performance The Deep Blue Sea by Terence Rattigan at the Thoc new building in Nicosia on Tuesday.
The touring production of Terence Rattigan's 1936 vintage comedy is packed with farce and satire.