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Stage special: 'Summer', 1968
On July 10th  Romain Weingarten's play  Summer opened on July 10th 1968 at the Fortune Theatre in London. May 31, 1968 - Jane researches Cats for her first starring role on the West End stage in Romain Weingarten's play "Summer". "It's a break from the clas...

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Stage special: 'Making it Better', 1992
1992 - Drawing of Jane Asher on the cover of the Criterion Theatre programme for her play, Making It Better in which she received top billing. It originally opened at the Hampstead Theatre on February 11, 1992 and later moved to the Criterion on October 21,...

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Stage special: 'Treats', 1976
Treats is a 1975 play by Christopher Hampton about a love triangle. The play is set in 1974, London, in a single room in Ann's flat. There are three characters: Ann (Jane Asher), her former boyfriend Dave (James Bolam), and her lover Patrick (Stephen Moore)...

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Stage special: 'Bedroom Farce', 2009
Three couples, grumpily bedridden Nick (Tony Gardner) and his no-nonsense wife Jan (Lucy Briers), bouncy optimistic newlyweds Malcolm (Daniel Betts) and Kate (Finty Williams), and the mature and upper-middle-class couple Delia (Jane Asher) and Ernest (Nicho...

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Stage special: 'The Reluctant debutante', 2011
Jane Asher starred as Sheila Broadbent in The Reluctant Debutante , a play authored by William Douglas Home and directed by Belinda Lang. The production opened at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre (Guildford, Surrey) on 9th February 2011, and until the 19th of the ...

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Stage special: 'Festen', 2004
A family group gathers at the magnificent house of patriarch and expert in mind games Helge (Stephen Moore) for a black-tie dinner to celebrate his 60th birthday. He is a successful restaurateur/hotelier with a beautiful wife Else played by Jane Asher. Seem...

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Stage special: 'The School for Scandal', 1990
The School For Scandal opened on April 24, 1990 at The Olivier Theatre with Jane Asher starring as Lady Sneerwell. Jane Asher as Lady Sneerwell and Prunella Scales as Mrs Candour in Richard Brinsley Sheridan's play The School For Scandal which opened April ...

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Happy International Woman's Day
International Women's Day (IWD), originally called International Working Women's Day, is celebrated on March 8 every year. In different regions the focus of the celebrations ranges from general celebration of respect, appreciation and love towards women for...

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Stage special: 'Whose Life is it, Anyway?', 1978
In 1978 Jane Asher appeared as Dr. Scott  in Brian Clark's  Whose Life Is It Anyway? Circa 1978 - Portraits of Jane Asher like the one that appeared in the theatre programme for Whose Life Is It Anyway? which opened at the Mermaid Theatre, London, on March ...

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Stage special: 'Cleo', 1965
As the next March 27th is the World Theatre Day , this whole month will be a 'Stage Special' month, adding pictures, information and reviews of Jane's theatre work through the years. And we will start for Jane's first play with the Bristol Old Vic company, ...
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