Terence Rattigan

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Noun1.Terence Rattigan - British playwright (1911-1977)
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Tickets are selling fast for Lichfield Operatic Society's production of The Full Monty at the city's Garrick Theatre Shropshire Drama Company will bring Terence Rattigan's Flare Path to Shrewsbury's Walker Theatre, playing yesterday, today and tomorrow.
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.
THE plot to Terence Rattigan's 1946 play, even though it is based on a true story, doesn't sound thrilling.
The Winslow Boy Theatre Royal Bath (Touring until May 12) Even knowing Terence Rattigan's 1946 play is based on a true story doesn't make the plot sound thrilling.
Terence Rattigan's superb play about the search for justice and right to protest in a middle-class pre-First World War family deserves its place in the Rep's current programme.
Playwright Terence Rattigan was knighted impossipuzzles "You've been quick," said Mary as her husband came in.
He will be appearing in The Winslow Boy, Terence Rattigan's 1946 play, as barrister Sir Robert Morton.
Sheridan, who will take the stage atSage Gatesheadon April 10, has won Oliver Awards for her roles in hit musical Legally Blonde and the 2012 production of Terence Rattigan's Flare Path and also a BAFTA TV award for her role in Mrs Biggs (playing Great Train Robber Ronnie Biggs' wife), and a National Television Award for playing '60s pop icon Cilla Black in the acclaimed TV dramatisation about the singer's life.
| ONLY Fools And Horses favourite Tessa Peake-Jones, pictured, is to star alongside Holby City actor Aden Gillett in a UK tour next year of writer Terence Rattigan's classic drama The Winslow Boy.
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 1936 Terence Rattigan comedy takes a group of young men to French School to cram for their diplomatic exam, encountering the distraction of girls, and complicated relationships.
A Terence Rattigan B Peter Shaffer C Ben Elton D Robert Bolt QUESTION 8 - for 8 points: In which country were the shoguns the feudal rulers?