The Wedding Game, written by Pierrot
member Alan Huff - and directed by his wife Carol - has its first outing on Tuesday, October 27, at Shelley Village Hall (from 7.
A few names he mentions are: Black Rajah, Common Sailer, Giant Redeye, Indian Fritillary, Common Pierrot
, Common Rose, Crimson Rose, Tawny Coster and the Indian Jezebel.
Among the many fertile elements of Arnold Schoenberg's Pierrot
lunaire for the future of music is its medium.
It was through the improvisational and engaging genius of Harry Gabriel Pelissier (1874-1913) that the Pierrot
entertainment form first became established in London and the West End in the early 1900s, thus laying the foundation of English so-called 'intimate' revue (Pulling 217-18, 220; Mander and Mitchenson Revue, 22; Moore iii, 18-20, 44-46).
HERE'S former Chipper Club member Jennifer Palmer proudly holding a copy of the drawing of Pierrot
she had printed on the Chipper page 30 years ago, when she was a teenager.
These artifacts can be highly revealing--as is the felt-tip storyboard drawing of a drowning Pierrot
that presaged the video for "Ashes to Ashes" (1980)--or uncomfortably intimate.
Drama, starring Kristin Scott Thomas, Elsa Zylberstein, Serge Hazanavicius, Laurent Grevill, Frederic Pierrot
, Claire Johnston, Jean-Claude Arnaud and Olivier Cruveiller.
Of course, the simplest thing to do is whip up a couple of mojitos but if you are looking for a more permanent reminder, how about these lovely cabinets from one of our favourite online boutiques, Pierrot
1 ( ANI ): External Affairs Minister Salman Khurshid had meetings today in New Delhi with the foreign ministers of Kenya (Professor Samson Ongeri), Seychelles( Jean-Paul Adam) and Madagascar( Pierrot
The youth theatre group, Pierrot
Productions, is made up of talented actors, singers and dancers from schoolchildren across the North East.
With no education, Jim Pierrot
only had drive to succeed.
The latest show was a musical hybrid titled Orlando/Lunaire, taken from Handel's opera Orlando, which premiered in 1733, and Schoenberg's Pierrot
Lunaire, Schoenberg's setting of 21 poems from the German translation of Albert Giraud's cycle of French poems of the same name, which premiered in 1912.