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Monday 14 March 2005
Wednesday 02 February 2005
Friday 24 September 2004
Monday 20 September 2004
Saturday 31 July 2004
The Royal & SunAlliance insurance group yesterday finalised the sale of its moribund life insurance offshoot, which has been on the block for several months. The buyer is Resolution Life Group, a business newly created with the specific aim of taking over unwanted life operations and floating itself on the stock market.
Saturday 05 June 2004
Suddenly opera for the people is gloriously in vogue again. Raymond Gubbay's Savoy Operas may have fallen at the first hurdle, but the Royal Opera and the English National Opera press on undaunted. The Royal Opera will be relaying a performance to CenterParcs. The ENO will stage the third act of The Valkyrie at Glastonbury. That will go down a treat because great music will reach a new and enthusiastic audience in a memorable setting. Forget about the tortuous reason in the ENO press release, which says that Glastonbury is the perfect setting for Wagner's legends as the English countryside "resounds with the echoes of Britain's comparable legend of King Arthur".
Wednesday 17 March 2004
Thursday 11 March 2004
Directors of the Royal Opera Company, which dropped Deborah Voigt, the American star soprano, because she was too fat, said yesterday they hoped she would perform with the company in the near future.
Wednesday 21 January 2004
Tuesday 06 January 2004
Thursday 13 November 2003
Monday 27 October 2003
Thursday 23 October 2003
Wednesday 08 October 2003
Friday 05 September 2003
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