His collection features opera lovers enjoying a performance from a theatre's balcony, revellers enjoying a late night drink at a nightclub and dancers backstage at London's Kit-Cat Club
bacAney to s is i in p nes Fra sub PouH His collection features opera lovers enjoying a performance from a theatre's balcony, revellers enjoying a late night drink at a nightclub and dancers backstage at London's Kit-Cat Club
The Whig Kit-Cat Club
, which flourished during the reign of Queen Anne, was named after either the man or his pies.
As tasty as such a book might be, the genuine topic of The Kit-Cat Club is even yummier.
Members of the Kit-Cat Club became the most esteemed writers of the era.
Soldier and herald, imprisoned in the Bastille as a possible spy, poet, playwright, wit and member of the celebrated Kit-Cat Club
, he turned to architecture only later in life but with astonishing success--relying of course on the essential assistance of his long-suffering collaborator Nicholas Hawksmoor.
Kit Kat a chocolate bar, apparently from the Kit-Cat Club
, an 18th century literary club located at the pie-house of Christopher (Kit) Cat in Shire Lane, London.
A new biography, The Toast of the Kit-Cat Club
, written by Newcastle-born poet Linda France, now delves beyond the facts to capture the consciousness of Lady Mary (1689-1762).
Named for Christopher "Kit" Cat, the keeper of the tavern where the members originally met, the group became known as the Kit-Cat Club
Addison renewed his friendship with members of the Kit-Cat Club
, an association of prominent Whig leaders and literary figures of the day.
Both were members of the Whig club of wits, the Kit-Cat Club
He was the original secretary and a prominent member of the Kit-Cat Club
, a club of playgoers and dramatists.