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pleasance

A pleasure garden intended for enjoyment; often secluded.
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Snowflake is at Pleasance Above - Pleasance Courtyard, until August 28.
Brennan goes racing more than Pleasance but this nonetheless represents her sole annual visit to Ascot.
Adam says: "Triple A is very prestigious and there will be some important people watching the gigs - doing shows at the Pleasance is massive.
Zoo Venue 124, 140 Pleasance from August 23-31 In Wales: It will premiere at Theatr Harlech on August 19 & 20 and will also be staged at Taliesin Arts Centre in Swansea on September 17; Galeri in Caernarfon on October 10 and at the Cardiff Festival (venue TBC) on November 20.
Project Name: The Redevelopment of the Pleasance Complex
Invertigo breathes new life into 'They were recipients of both the Commendation Prize by the Scottish Daily Mail Award (2013) and the Charlie Hartill Special Reserve award by the Pleasance (2013) for their production of Wolfgang Borchert's Outside On The Street (Draussen vor der Tuer) at Pleasance Edinburgh and Arcola Theatres.
The 1966 classic, which starred Steven Welch, Raquel Welch and Donald Pleasance, followed a group of scientists who are shrunk to microscopic size inside a submarine and injected into the body of a diplomat who is nearly assassinated in order to save him.
People are being given the chance to learn about Pleasance Farm and its historic connections with Kenilworth Castle.
Joe Lycett, Pleasance Courtyard "Just had a near death experience.
A total 'reimagining' of the 1975 Donald Pleasance film based on the original Escape to Witch Mountain novel by Alexander Key (original siblings Kim Richards and Ike Eisenmann play a waitress and a sheriff here) there are thrills and spills galore with so much heavy duty action and automatic weaponry on view it's really worth a 12 certificate.
The vegetable is not currently processed in the UK on a large scale, with product largely brought in from Italy, but there has been an increase in requests for the vegetable from ethnic food manufacturers, Parripak marketing manager Dominic Pleasance said.
Vivian Moulder, Judy Allen, Amy Wilkes; Margaret Plumley, Jules Dodd, Jazz Bassi; Rita Pleasance, Geraldine Reaves, Pat Wardle, Carol Lomas; Sue Thorley, Pam Bonati, Julie Cichocki, Chris Bohema, Dianne Naruatt, Veronica Kennedy, Helen Wilkes; Jo Ball, Denny Knowles; Maggie Atkinson, Sue Dunlop, Susan Davies, Lainey Dickens, Vivian Moulder, Kat Parker, Lynne Parker; Pictures, STEVE FISHER