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... In June 2008, the month after I'd Do Anything ended, Barks sang the Isle of Man National Anthem "O Land Of Our Birth" on Senior Race day of the Isle of Man TT ... Barks was then announced to play the lead role of Sally Bowles in the UK tour of Cabaret from 29 August 2008 to 11 July 2009 ... Barks performed alongside her I’d Do Anything cast-mates Sarah Lark and Jodie Prenger at the Theatregoers Choice Awards in February 2009 ...
... In 2008, Barks competed in I'd Do Anything in which she was one of the finalists in a search for a new, unknown lead to play Nancy in a West End revival of the ... In week nine, Barks received the lowest number of public votes and so had to participate in the sing-off with Rachel Tucker ... Andrew Lloyd Webber chose to save Barks and eliminate Tucker saying, "Last night Cameron and I were both saying that we thought both of you would be fantastic Nancys and now ...
... Horace Barks, OBE was Lord Mayor of Stoke-on-Trent in 1951–2 ... Horace Barks Born 1895 Ipstones, Staffordshire Known for Esperanto Barks was born in the countryside near Stoke-on-Trent and came from a working class background ... Barks' cultural interests included Esperanto and the writer Arnold Bennett ...
... Barks reprised her role as Éponine in the 2012 film adaptation of Les Misérables ... During filming for Les Misérables, Barks recorded the song "Defective" for the album Scott Alan Live which was released in December 2012 ... In June 2012, just days after completing Les Misérables, Barks returned to the UK tour of Oliver! for two weeks at the Edinburgh Playhouse ...
... Barks was born and brought up in Laxey, on the Isle of Man ... Barks began dancing at the age of 3, training in Ballet, Modern and Tap with Dancers Barre, then Stagecoach Isle of Man, Theatrix, Stage One and the Manx Ballet Company ... Her parents are Ann and Richard Barks ...
Famous quotes containing the word barks:
“Society is all but rude,
To this delicious solitude.
No white nor red was ever seen
So amorous as this lovely green.
Fond lovers, cruel as their flame,
Cut in these trees their mistress name:
Little, alas, they know or heed
How far these beauties hers exceed!
Fair trees, wheresoeer your barks I wound,
No name shall but your own be found.”
—Andrew Marvell (16211678)
“Every tree sends its fibres forth in search of the Wild. The cities import it at any price. Men plow and sail for it. From the forest and wilderness come the tonics and barks which brace mankind.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“How could it be so fair, and you away?
How could the Trees be beauteous, Flowers so gay?
Could they remember but last year,
How you did Them, They you delight,
The sprouting leaves which saw you here,
And calld their Fellows to the sight,
Would, looking round for the same sight in vain,
Creep back into their silent Barks again.”
—Abraham Cowley (16181667)