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flare path

A double row of flares or white lights along the sides of a runway to provide illumination for landing at night and in poor visibility.
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Olivia Hallinan and Leon Ockenden star in the World World II drama Flare Path at the Belgrade, tonight and tomorrow
Tickets for Flare Path are pounds 5 (concessions pounds 4) from Saltburn Health Food Shop.
Other productions include Miss Nightingale and Flare Path
Playwright Terence Rattigan was one of the lucky ones who survived, and he drew on his experiences as a tail end Charlie in Coastal Command when he penned Flare Path (named after the runway lights) in 1941.
Sienna has also rejected claims that she is dating her Flare Path co-star Joe Armstrong.
Walter Winterbottom, pre-war Manchester United centre-half, was only 32 when he came out of the war-time Royal Air Force and lit a flare path we all hope Hoddle can follow.
The pair, rehearsing for a West End production of wartime drama Flare Path, have been meeting up after work.
MIDDLE Ground Theatre presents Flare Path, Terence Rattigan's classic play depicting Britain during its finest hour.
New season, Theatr Brycheiniog, Brecon DRWho, alias Colin Baker, heads an all-star cast in the wartime drama Flare Path, which comes to the Theatr Brycheiniog, Brecon, next month.
Flare Path Set in 1942, against a backdrop of heartache and quiet bravery.
The actress, whose previous boyfriends include Rhys Ifans and billionaire Balthazar Getty, is currently rehearsing for Trevor Nunn's new West End play Flare Path.
Baker is now preparing for his next role, as an RAF squadron leader in a production of Flare Path, an atmospheric World War II drama which will be staged at Theatr Brycheiniog in Brecon in February.