[Rutland and Stamford Mercury] - It marked the 200th anniversary of Charles Dickens birth. The funds raised were in aid of Greetham Community Centre, where it was rehearsed and performed. The cast was led by local businessman Roly Easson as Fagin, Greetham hairdresser Pippa Craddock
[WhatsOnStage.com] - This year sees our new production of Charles Dickens' Great Expectations in the Hugh Leonard adaptation which will be also be touring to the north and west of England as well as across East Anglia and south-east England. My own background prior to an
[Interactive Investor] - By David Miller | Mon, :22 Charles Dickens has been in the news recently as we mark the 200th anniversary of his birth. Investment markets seem to be following a rather Dickensian narrative at present. As we reflect on two months of
February 7th marked the birth of the Victorian era's most popular author – Charles Dickens. And to celebrate the occasion, a new website has been set up exploring his life, his works and its influences. Dickens is ...
To celebrate Charles Dickens' 200th birthday, our favourite Victorian literary author, we are giving away two copies of Nick Barratt's Who Do You Think You Are? Encyclopedia of Genealogy books, signed by TV presenter and ...
[guardian] - …, including casualties, and the grim detail of battle. But some give a personal insight into the men's lives in the trenches. Readers can learn of Captain Paterson's love for Charles Dickens's work, and read details of farewell dinners marking the end…
[guardian] - … of Westminster had been dismissed as a costly vanity project (£2m and rising) after the fire of by top columnist Charles Dickens among others. It is now one of the most photographed buildings in the world."So will it be with Thames estuary airport. I…
[Breaking Travel News] in UK breaks with the main one being the UK playing host to some top events during such as the Queens Diamond Jubilee, The Olympics, the 100th anniversary of the maiden voyage of RMS Titanic and the 200th anniversary of Charles Dickens birth.
Love is not a feeling to pass away Like the balmy breath of a Summer's day Love is not a passion of earthly mould As a thirst for honour, or fame, or gold - From Lucy's Song in The Poems and Verses of Charles Dickens , Chapman & Hall , London kindle ebook ASINB004UJ1QJ6
[PublicServiceEurope.com (blog)] - To quote Charles Dickens "it was the best of times, it was the worst of times". On the world stage - we have seen the hope of the Arab spring juxtaposed with the fatalism of the eurozone crisis. In relation to the website specifically - we have
[Londonist] - OK, so this one costs a full £7 but who wouldn't want to splash out to hear Charles Dickens talk about Charles Dickens? From 6pm at Zizzi's Wigmore Street W1 (£7 or £5 concs.). Wednesday: Artist Conrad Shawcross is in conversation at Parasol Unit
[ITProPortal] - What do historical figures Florence Nightingale, Charles Dickens and Alan Turing have in common? Well should the Bank of England give the campaign the go-ahead, then they will all have featured on the £10 note. Nearly people have lent their
[Portsmouth News] - By Rory McKeown THE 200th anniversary of Charles Dickens' baptism was honoured with a reading over the same font he was blessed in. A congregation gathered at St Alban's Church, in Copnor Road, Portsmouth, for an annual service to mark the occasion.
[Islington Tribune newspaper website] - AN exhibition dedicated to the life of one of Britain's greatest novelists, Charles Dickens, will open to mark his 200th birthday at Islington Local History Centre. Much of the novelist's inspiration for characters and locations came from Clerkenwell
In the spirit of World Book Day we thought we would share with you some information about Charles Dickens and his connections to Rockingham Castle.
Tue, 26 Jul
Castle & Grounds Open
Sun, 31 Jul
Castle & Grounds Open