Havergal

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Havergal College - History
... Havergal College was founded as a Church of England Ladies' College, in 1894, under principal Miss Ellen Mary Knox ... Havergal was sister schools with Ridley College for the first several decades of both schools' history ... By 1903, Havergal College at 354 Jarvis Street, contained 120 boarders and 200 day girls, a staff of 20 resident teachers, chiefly from English universities, and a number of ...
Giles Havergal - Career
... Havergal was director of Watford Palace Theatre (1965–69) and director of the Citizens Theatre from 1969 to 2003 ... Havergal's production of Travels with My Aunt, adapted from the Graham Greene novel of the same title, was first presented in Glasgow in 1989 and then played in the West End where it won a Laurence Olivier Award in ... Havergal's production of his and Robert David Macdonald's adaptation of Death in Venice by Thomas Mann was first presented in Glasgow in 2000 ...
Leicestershire Schools Symphony Orchestra - The LSSO Havergal Brian Recordings
... The LSSO made the very first commercial recording of Havergal Brian's music for the Unicorn and CBS labels in 1972 and 1974 respectively ... To read more about these recordings please refer to the Havergal Brian Wikipedia article ...
Citizens Theatre History - The 1969 - 2003 Triumvirate - Giles Havergal
... Giles Havergal was Director of Watford Palace Theatre (1965–69) and director of the Citizens Theatre from 1969 to 2003 ... Havergal's production of Travels with My Aunt adaptated from the Graham Greene novel of the same title, was first presented in Glasgow in 1989 and then played in the West ...
Henry East Havergal
... Henry East Havergal (1820–1875) was a priest in the Church of England and an organist ... Havergal, eldest son of William Henry Havergal (1793–1870), was born at Coaley, Gloucestershire, 22 July 1820 ... His sister, Frances Ridley Havergal (1836–1879), became well known as a writer of religious poetry ...