They took a show to the Edinburgh Fringe, showcasing comic creations like Sir Bernard Chumley, an amiable buffer with a short fuse, and Res Erection The Christian stripper.
But the judge said: ‘The tribunal does not consider that any perceived social disadvantage of living next door to squatters, or the costs of eviction of squatters, are matters that the tribunal is entitled to take into consideration since squatting is not illegal.’‘The Tribunal is satisfied that publication of this list would bring a proportion of the void properties back into use earlier than would otherwise be the case and that, consequently, this is a strong public interest in favour of disclosure.’Judge Henderson said she accepted that disclosure of the list would ‘facilitate squatting and associated crime’, that this would cost public money to prevent and that ‘the feeling of security of people living in neighbouring houses’ would be undermined.
The acidic American writer Gore Vidal once complained: 'Whenever a friend succeeds, a little something in me dies.' And it's especially true of comic double acts.
Date(s): 16/05/18 See show times Bring your lessons alive on the big screen.
With ODEON Plus screenings for schools, take your class on a guided journey through the avenues of history, give them front row seats at the theatre, or share the magic of the ballet, all from the comfort of your local cinema, with screenings exclusively for schools.
Date(s): 11/02/18 See show times Very few ballets can properly depict the Bolshoi's overflowing energy and fiery passion as can Alexei Ratmansky's captivating revival of Vasily Vainonen's The Flames of Paris.