MONDAY, BBC1, 9.30PM Ghosts A TV company want to film in Mike and Alison's house
. But Alison must ensure the shoot goes without a hitch, despite a horde of curious ghosts and her crippling crush on the show's lead actor.
He ends up spending the night at Alison's house
- she put him in Joanie's room - and Alison catches him taking some pills before he gets into bed.
In the days leading up to my husband Owen's death, he visited Alison's house
The gossipers had a field day and soon spread the news about the "benefit swindler", and it reached the ears of Alison's eccentric old Aunt Oonagh, who then turned up at Alison's house
, not long afterwards one blustery October evening.
, for which Glaspell won a Pulitzer prize in 1931, is inspired by the life and work of Emily Dickinson, but significantly remolded in Glaspell's terms, featuring a Midwestern location, a significant, absent female character, a setting that expressionistically symbolizes her, and themes of conformity vs.
They threw a pink champagne breakfast party for girlfriends at Alison's house
Just six days after her funeral, burglars broke into her mum Alison's house
, in St Paul's Close, Ashington, and took a contributions box containing nearly pounds 1,000 donated to the family by loved ones.
Residents in the street said they wanted the family to stay, with more than a dozen coming to Alison's house
to show their support.
In 1999, Mint Theater Company revived Alison's House
, and this past summer the Women's Project presented a reading of The Verge.
I was at Alison's house
till the last minute before I had to go into hospital.
They made love after dropping their children at school and later after a barbecue at Alison's house
as her police sergeant husband Stephen Lewis slept upstairs.
Her last play was the Pulitzer Prize-winning Alison's House
(1931), which is about the impact of a great poet (said to be patterned on Emily Dickinson) on her family 18 years after her death.