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Bridie

James, real name Osborne Henry Mavor. 1888--1951, Scottish physician and dramatist, who founded the Glasgow Citizens' Theatre. His plays include The Anatomist (1930)
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Bridie had lived alone in the Kavanagh family home in Gorta Dubh, Ballyferriter, since her husband's death in 2008.
Bridie, who is married to Ian, said: "I can't tolerate hearing aids so when this came along I jumped at the chance.
Bridie Jackson and The Arbour will be accompanying the Streetwise Opera performers, as well as opening the show on December 10.
Folk quartet Bridie Jackson and The Arbour have teamed up with UK charity Streetwise Opera to compose and perform the brand new opera.
LAB WORK: Dr David Hoyland C(entre) with )from left) colleagues Neil Reading, Mark Booth, Edward Naylor, Bridie Warner-Adsetts, Kirsty Ibbotson and Sarah Robinson
From this point it was a three dog affair with fast-starting Rockburst Delta leading by two lengths into the back from Locnamon Bridie with Tyrur Blanche a few lengths back in third.
While it has been difficult for Bridie battling through the illness and ignorant remarks, it has also been made uncomfortable for me because of the horrible jibes uttered which sometimes have nearly reduced me to tears.
Bridie said: "We're desperately hoping and praying that we have some positive news soon and even if it takes a month or two months, that will be nothing compared to the 10 years we've waited.
George Orange will be performing a street theatre routine while colleagues James Roberts perform an aerial routine and Bridie will set pulses racing with her abseil installation piece off the side of Y Galeri building.
Lynn and Bridie were invited to Chesford Grange Hotel, in Leamington Spa, for the event.
Bridie and her family now plan to write to the Attorney General to contest the judge's sentence on the arson attack, and hope to enlist the backing of Small Heath and Sparkbrook MP Roger Godsiff.