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The venue has also announced that former pop star and West End leading lady Maureen Nolan will reprise her role as Mrs Johnstone in the enduringly popular Blood Brothers from April 29 to May 4.
FORMER Coronation Street actress Beverley Callard heads the star-studded cast of the enduringly popular play Little Voice, which is on at Rhyl's Pavilion Theatre.
Fiance Shane Warne must have felt proud standing next to the enduringly hot 47-year-old.
JOHN DUNLOP yesterday announced he is to retire at the end of the season, bringing the curtain down on one of racing's most enduringly successful training careers.
Dubai He has crooned his way through some of the most enduringly popular songs featured in Hindi films.
His prolific output included World War I trench warfare-focused memoir Goodbye To All That, a history of poetic myth The White Goddess and the enduringly popular historical novel I, Claudius.
The restaurant is adding to Ramada Bahrain's reputation as one of the island's most enduringly popular hotels thanks to its convenient location and personal service.
One of the most enduringly popular is the Hermes Birkin - pounds 25,000 for the crocodile skin one.
Quilting is an enduringly popular hobby because the quilters are making practical, beautiful, and enduringly appreciated family heirlooms with their personal needlecraft projects.
Yoga is an enduringly popular form of exercise and meditation whose antiquarian origins combined principles of Chinese medicine, the influence Taoism, and practices of Buddhist meditation in "Insight Yoga: An Innovative Synthesis of Traditional Yoga, Meditation, And Eastern Approaches To healing And Well-Being".
In welcoming these new sponsors we are also enduringly grateful to the distinguished engineers Buro Happold, who celebrated their 30th anniversary earlier this year, for their loyalty and generosity which makes possible not only the awards programme, but also an associated exhibition and series of lectures at the RIBA.
And since its 1977 release, Television's adventurous, enduringly fresh-sounding debut, ``Marquee Moon,'' with its swirling, dueling guitar lines, herky-jerky rhythms and heavenly choruses, is persistently listed among the greatest rock albums of all time.