gondolier


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gondolier

a man who propels a gondola
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Other gondoliers resent Hai, pointing out that she failed four licensing tests.
Theatre boss Harry Crosbie, who also owns the Point Theatre, said his gondolier would have to have a good voice.
Silvano said: 'I liked the thought of it at the time, but I had no idea he was considering me to be the gondolier.
The first female gondolier in Venice will be someone else.
Last month, she took her final exam to join the elite, become a first- class gondolier like 400 others.
In colloquies with a Beggar, Servant, Butcher, Fortune-teller, and Gondolier, the Filosofo learns of the many hidden joys and "tricks of the trade" in the professional culture of the lower orders.
He was a jazz musician and the spontaneous energy of his abstract paintings, such as Crazy Gondolier, are often compared to free form music.
There are several productions of the better known Gilbert and Sullivan collaborations on in the area at the moment, such as Pirates of Penzance and The Mikado, but no-one seemed to be interested in putting on The Gondoliers," says Harding-Roberts, a barrister by day and am-dram guru by night, who says tickets for The Gondoliers are the best selling of the festival's three productions.
Now he's back with six new scenes, including Gondolier, Cheesescape and Garlicshire, that use even more bizarre ingredients.
Silvano Jakupi will take on the role of chief gondolier, complete with straw boater and striped jersey.
Trendy Brighton beach; The sun sets over the Taj Mahal; Narrow boat on the Oxford canal; A gondolier in beautiful Venice; Warm waters of the Blue Lagoon in Reykjavik; Prague's majestic skyline