Italian luxury notebook maker Moleskine has picked Canary Wharf and Covent Garden for its first standalone UK stores.
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Monsoon, the womenswear retailer, is to launch its first menswear collection this autumn as it steps up its expansion programme.
Monday 12 July 2004
It was production that became an operatic legend. From the ashes of her career, Maria Callas triumphed as Tosca in an opening-night performance that won 27 curtain calls and a 40-minute standing ovation. The show became The Mousetrap of opera, a staple of the Covent Garden programme and the oldest production in the regular repertoire of any company in the world.
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The generously proportioned American opera singer Deborah Voigt has proved true to the most overused of show-business clichés.
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Monday 09 February 2004
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