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Players, who included a newcomer in the name of Dora Bryan, performed the opening play. In 1957 the Palace Theatre Club was created dedicated "to encourage interest in all aspects of living theatre and, in particular, the Palace Theatre". The Club still thrives today and helps fundraise to keep the Palace open. Over several years, a number of other companies held the lease of the theatre and in 1965 Alexander Bridge was the tenant followed by Ray Cooney. As a result in 1970


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1883 and 30 September 1885 the line also served stations from Ealing Broadway (Ealing Broadway station) to Windsor (Windsor, Berkshire), running on the Great Western Main Line. National Rail destinations Liverpool Street serves destinations in the East of England including Stansted airport (London Stansted Airport), Cambridge, Lowestoft, Great Yarmouth, Norwich, Ipswich, Clacton-on-Sea, Chelmsford, Colchester, Braintree, Essex Braintree


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'''Southend Victoria''' is one of two major railway stations in the town of Southend-on-Sea in Essex, England. The station is the terminus of the Shenfield to Southend Line, which is a branch of the Great Eastern Main Line. Most services operate to and from London Liverpool Street (London Liverpool Street station) and are operated by Greater Anglia.


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and Libraries '''Focal Point Gallery''' is South Essex's gallery for contemporary visual art, promoting and commissioning major solo exhibitions, group and thematic shows, a programme of events including performances, film screenings and talks, as well as offsite projects and temporary public artworks. The organisation is funded by Southend-on-Sea Borough Council and Arts Council England. '''Southend Museums Service''', part of Southend on Sea Borough Council, operates a number of historic attractions, an art gallery and a museum in the town. These include: The Beecroft Art Gallery (Beecroft Art Gallery), Southchurch Hall, Prittlewell Priory and the Central Museum on Victoria Avenue (Southend Central Museum). '''Southend Victoria''' is one of two major railway stations in the town of Southend-on-Sea in Essex, England. The station is the terminus of the Shenfield to Southend Line, which is a branch of the Great Eastern Main Line. Most services operate to and from London Liverpool Street (London Liverpool Street station) and are operated by Greater Anglia.


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as a photographic studio in 1937. The business flourished during the Second World War (World War II), as there was much demand for photographic services and family portraits. By the end of the war Kalms had opened seven more studios in the London area. The demands for portrait services decreased considerably after the war, and he was forced to close all but one studio in Edgware, north London. The company was taken over by his son Stanley Kalms, who was chairman until 2002 http: nsg.fiftylessons.com executives Stanley_Kalms , '''Southend Victoria''' is one of two major railway stations in the town of Southend-on-Sea in Essex, England. The station is the terminus of the Shenfield to Southend Line, which is a branch of the Great Eastern Main Line. Most services operate to and from London Liverpool Street (London Liverpool Street station) and are operated by Greater Anglia.


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of Essex. It replaced the former Farringdon Multi Story Car Park. The old Central Library builidng has now become home to the Beecroft Gallery. Theatres There are three theatres. The Cliffs Pavilion is a large building to host concerts and performances on ice. The Edwardian Palace Theatre (Palace Theatre, Westcliff-on-Sea) is a grade II building built in 1912. It shows plays from professional troupes and repertory groups, as well as comedy acts. The theatre has two circles and the steepest


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), and Rye Hill (south of Harlow - on a water tower). Rye Hill also has Ten 17 on 101.7FM. '''Warren Girard Ellis''' (born February 16, 1968) is an English (England) author of comics, novels, and television, who is well known for sociocultural commentary, both through his online presence and through his writing, which covers transhumanist (Transhumanism) themes (most notably nanotechnology, cryonics, mind transfer, and human enhancement). He is a resident


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, big name major productions, and intimate one-night shows featuring prominent performers. '''Thorpe Bay''' is an affluent area within the Borough of Southend-on-Sea in Essex, England, situated on the Thames Estuary. *FNB Stadium (formerly Soccer City) - Johannesburg, South Africa - South Africa (South Africa national football team) (2009) *Fossetts Farm Stadium - Southend, UK (Southend-on-Sea) - Southend United (Southend United F.C.) (2011) * Estadio de Fútbol


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Angeles , California, USA genre Hard rock, rock (Rock music) - 39 Southend-on-Sea 3,959 Unitary authority (Unitary authorities of England), Borough (Borough status in the United Kingdom) Essex (Essex, England) - 1985–1993 Mark was the son of Albert Square residents Arthur Fowler (Bill Treacher) and Pauline Fowler (Wendy Richard). Initially, Mark was a brooding and rebellious teenager. He got involved in drugs with Nick Cotton


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and B.J. Wilson, scored a moderate British success in 1964, with their cover version of Jerry Leiber and Mike Stoller's "Poison Ivy (Poison Ivy (song))", which reached number 35 in the UK Singles Chart. '''Shoeburyness''' is a town in southeast Essex, England, situated at the mouth

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'''Southend-on-Sea''' ( north of the town centre.

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