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Rattigan

Sir Terence Mervyn. 1911--77, English playwright. His plays include The Winslow Boy (1946), Separate Tables (1954), and Ross (1960)
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After reaching Iqbal Hostel from where Bhagat Singh and his colleagues fired those fatal shots, my natural route was to reach Rattigan Road through the lane past the Tibba of Baba Farid.
The discussion was organised in a bid to guarantee Thompson could safely move in with the Portlaoise prison's general population, which Rattigan controls.
Argentina bound Jim McPhee, Steve Rattigan, Lorna Ramsay and Lorna Williams are all performing in Evita
This play draws on Rattigan's own experience as a gunner in the RAF and features 11 characters experiencing the horror and heroism of wartime England, all wrapped around a poignant love triangle that pits duty against personal desire.
Newmarket equalised soon after half time, however, when Leon Bellerby struck, but Rattigan completed his brace midway through the second half.
While Kenny, 53, his 50-year-old wife Tracey and their two daughters were in bed, Rattigan went into his back garden after a night out at the pub and shouted threats over the fence.
Prosecutor Ian Windridge said on April 29 Rattigan used a brick to break into the Sonargaon Tandoori Restaurant in Daventry Road, Coventry, but fled empty-handed when a member of staff heard a noise.
Rattigan wrote the play from his own experience with Kenneth Morgan, who left Rattigan for another man before killing himself.
Rattigan's play, written when he was only 25, explores the clumsiness of the public schooleducated male, ill-prepared for a world of girls.
Anthony Rattigan, 30, admitted illegally passing on customer details to a law firm and adding friends and family to genuine claims in the fraud, which he carried out while employed as a claim handler with the RSA insurance group at its Liverpool city centre office.
His latest West End incumbency kicks off with a pretty but superficial staging of Shakespeare's "The Winter's Tale" and the ratty old Rattigan comedy "Harlequinade," both old-school and out of touch.