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Worthing

; Ayckbourn joined Wolfit on tour to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe as an acting assistant stage manager (meaning a role that involved both acting and stage management) for three weeks, P. Allen, 2001, pp. 36–38 with his first role on the professional stage being various parts in ''The Strong are Lonely'' by Fritz Hochwälder.


Coventry

and town shots were taped in Leamington Spa, and in various towns throughout Warwickshire, along with many scenes from the large town of Northampton. Some scenes were also shot in Swindon, Oxford, and Bristol. Theatre Warner made his professional stage debut at the Royal Court Theatre in January 1962, playing Snout, a minor role in Shakespeare (William Shakespeare)'s ''A Midsummer Night's Dream'', directed by Tony Richardson for the English Stage Company. In March 1962 at the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry, he played Conrad in ''Much Ado About Nothing'', following which in June he appeared as Jim in ''Afore Night Come'' at the New Arts Theatre in London. '''Kenilworth''' is a town and civil parish (Civil parishes in England) in Warwickshire, England, about WikiPedia:Coventry Dmoz:Regional Europe United Kingdom England West Midlands Coventry Commons:Coventry


North Rhine-Westphalia

of Cologne as '''Köln-Deutz''', North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. death_date origin Wuppertal, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany genre Pop (Pop (music)), rock (Rock (music)) Biography Grosch was born in Wuppertal, North Rhine-Westphalia to German-Australian (German Australian) father and Korean (Koreans) mother. He later moved to Cologne with his single mother Sung-Yun, who worked as a nurse there. He gained his first professional stage experience


St. Louis

cities throughout the United States, including Austin, Houston, Des Moines, Chicago, St. Louis, New York City, and Dallas. Absorbing cultural variety and adjusting to constant change, Largen would later recount that he struggled with a vague sense of being a perpetual outsider, a theme that would later influence his creative work. Theatre Arts At the age of eight, Largen became a professional stage singer, actor, dancer and model. Signing with Kim Dawson Agency


Oslo

first entered a professional stage at the age of 20, namely the highly reputed Chat Noir in Oslo. During the next two decades, she managed to become one of Norway's most famous and beloved singers and entertainers. Throughout the 1950s she had several sing-along radio hits, including "En liten pike i lave sko", "Augustin", and "Tango for to". In the years 1950 to 1954, she was a member of the six-member group The Monn Keys, which also included Arne Bendiksen and Egil Monn-Iversen. Brockstedt holds a reputation as one of the most prominent Alf Prøysen interpreters (Interpreting). '''Nora Brockstedt''' is a successful Norwegian (Norway) singer, born on 20 January 1923 in Oslo. She first entered a professional stage at the age of 20, namely the highly reputed Chat Noir in Oslo. During the next two decades, she managed to become one of Norway's most famous and beloved singers and entertainers. Throughout the 1950s she had several sing-along radio hits, including "En liten pike i lave sko", "Augustin", and "Tango for to". In the years 1950 to 1954, she was a member of the six-member group The Monn Keys, which also included Arne Bendiksen and Egil Monn-Iversen. Brockstedt holds a reputation as one of the most prominent Alf Prøysen interpreters (Interpreting). The Dynna stone was acquired by the Norwegian Museum of Cultural History in Oslo in 1879. Until then it had been used as a salt lick for cattle at the Nordre Dynna farm near Gran. The stone is still part of the museum’s permanent medieval exhibition. A copy of the stone can be found atop a Viking Age grave mound at the Hadeland Folkemuseum in Gran. Meyer was born in Tønsberg to an affluent family. Her father gave her a Kodak Folding Camera for her travels, which seems to have led to her professional choice later. She joined the Oslo Camera Club in 1932, and then traveled to Berlin in 1937 to study photography at the Reimann School, where she studied with Walter Peterhans and Otto Croy. She worked as an apprentice for Joszef Pécsi in Budapest before returning to Norway, where she spent the war years. birth_date WikiPedia:Oslo Dmoz:Regional Europe Norway Oslo Commons:Category:Oslo


Saint Petersburg

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Sri Lanka

;http: news.bbc.co.uk 2 hi south_asia 7670855.stm Millions mark UN hand washing day Carrington's first professional stage appearance was in 1942, when he played Cockney schoolboy Roberts in James Hilton's play ''Goodbye, Mr. Chips'' at the Theatre Royal, Nottingham, opposite Noel Johnson, as Mr Chips - Johnston was the radio voice of Dick Barton. Desmond Carrington and the Music Goes Round, BBC Radio 2, March 3 2009 Carrington was conscripted into the army a year later. At the end of World War II he joined a British Forces Broadcasting Service (BFBS) radio station in Ceylon (now Sri Lanka). He returned to the UK a few years later and worked as a radio producer as well as acting in a couple of films and on TV, where he became well known as Dr Anderson in ''Emergency-Ward 10''. He also starred in two of the thirteen ''A Case For Dr. Morelle'' radio shows, in 1957, with Cecil Parker, as the lead. He is well travelled. He has visited Bulgaria, North Korea, Russia, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Tunisia, the UK (United Kingdom) and U.S.A.. He resides in New Delhi and spends his retirement reading. thumb right 260px the flood in Batticaloa Lagoon (File:பெரு வெள்ளத்தின் போது மட்டு வாவி.jpg) The '''Eastern Province''' ( WikiPedia:Sri Lanka Dmoz:Regional Asia Sri Lanka commons:Sri Lanka


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Liverpool

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Moscow

6th place - In 1871, al-Afghani moved to Egypt and began preaching his ideas of political reform. His ideas were considered radical, and he was exiled in 1879. He then travelled to different European and non-European cities: Istanbul, London, Paris, Moscow, St. Petersburg and Munich. Political programme thumb left Members of the National Bolshevik party at a protest rally in Moscow (Image:Evstafiev-neo-bolsheviks.jpg) with a copy of the "Limonka" newspaper. Photo by Mikhail Evstafiev The National Bolshevik Party advocates the creation of a Russian-dominated empire that would include all of Europe, as well as northern and central Asia. Program


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