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Bristol

Harbour , England. Originally brought to Bristol as the '''Old Profanity Showboat''', it was a late 1982 brainchild of novelist Ki Longfellow-Stanshall, the wife of Vivian Stanshall. The showboat was based on the idea of creating, owning, and running a theatre (theater) on a sea-going ship and using it to showcase music of every sort (limited only by the size of the hold), including cabaret, comedy, plays (Play (theatre)), musical (musical theater)s, and poetry


Liverpool

, The Black Jacks, and later with The Beatles. Theatre ''BEST!'', a comedy play written by Liverpool playwright Fred Lawless, was staged at the Liverpool Everyman Theatre and the Dublin Theatre Festival in 1995 and 1996. The play, which was mainly fiction, showed a scenario where after Pete Best's sacking from The Beatles, he went on to be become a world famous rock (Rock music) superstar while The Beatles struggled as one hit wonders. The play was critically acclaimed in both the ''Liverpool Echo'' and also in Spencer Leigh's 1998 book ''Drummed Out : The Sacking of Pete Best'' Two convention (Fan convention)s were held in the mid 1990s in Liverpool. The events, in aid of the NSPCC, were each titled "Both Sides of the Paper" and were attended by Steven Moffat, Sandra Hastie, Dexter Fletcher, Paul Reynolds, Kelda Holmes and Nick Stringer. There were screenings of extended rough cuts of "A Quarter to Midnight" and "There Are Crocodiles", along with auctions of wardrobe and props. The ''Press Gang Programme Guide'', edited by Jim Sangster, was published by Leomac Publishing in 1995. Commons:category:Liverpool Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England Merseyside Liverpool Wikipedia:Liverpool


Peru

and satirical comedies. ''The Royal Hunt of the Sun'' (1964) presents the tragic conquest of Peru by the Spanish, while ''Black Comedy (Black Comedy (Play))'' (1965) takes a humorous look at the antics of a group of characters feeling their way around a pitch black room — although the stage is actually flooded with light. Starting in the early 1970s and throughout the 1980s, Europe saw the arrival of thousands of Chileans, many of whom were mestizos, seeking political refuge during


United States

Assembly from 2001, where he represented the 21st legislative district (New Jersey Legislative Districts, 2001 redistricting#District 21), until his death on March 30, 2009. Munoz had served as the Deputy Conference Leader since 2006. '''''The Prisoner of Second Avenue''''' is an American (United States) black comedy play (Play (theatre)) by Neil Simon, later made into a film released in 1975. In 2004 they released the album ''The Hard Way (The Hard Way (213 album))'', which


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