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Proscenophobia (stage fright)

Bettine Manktelow

Proscenophobia (stage fright)

a thriller

by Bettine Manktelow

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Published by Samuel French in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementBettine Manktelow.
The Physical Object
Pagination50 p. ;
Number of Pages50
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16181444M
ISBN 100573019738
OCLC/WorldCa50434213

History. The term pogonophobia is derived from the Greek words pogon (πώγων) for beard and phobos (φόβος) for fear. Its antonym would be "pogonophilia", that is the love of beards or bearded persons. David Smith's publication of The Covenanter of the Reformed Presbyterian Church describes the Jesuits of Baden as suffering "a veritable pogonophobia at the sight of a democratic chin.". Bettine Manktelow is a playwright living near Folkestone in Kent. She has been writing plays for thirty years and her plays are presented by amateurs all over the world where English is the main language. Her plays are comedies or comedy-thrillers with good acting parts and intriguing plots.

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Knutsford Little Theatre is an amateur theatre group based in Knutsford, United were formed in , as Knutsford Amateur Drama Society and changed their name, after acquiring their own premises on Queen Street. They perform up to seven productions a year including a very popular family pantomime and a youth production.. The society is run by its members who are entitled to vote Affiliation: National Operatic and Dramatic Association, . Scopophobia, scoptophobia, or ophthalmophobia is an anxiety disorder characterized by a morbid fear of being seen or stared at by others.. The term scopophobia comes from the Greek σκοπέω skopeō, "look to, examine", and φόβος phobos, "fear". Ophthalmophobia comes from the .


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It has emerged as a social and human rights issue in the wake of growing number of conflicts between immigrants and non-immigrants in a slew of countries across. Past Productions Below is a list of all our performances since the society was formed in to the present day in reverse chronological order.

Note that we moved in to our current premises in whereupon we settled down into a four-play season, however we reduced to a three-play season from due to a reduction of active members. Bettine Manktelow has 16 books on Goodreads with 32 ratings.

Bettine Manktelow’s most popular book is No Time For Tears. Teresa oversees a women's charity, smugly imagining that she dispenses invaluable advice to any with the temerity to walk through the door.

So when dowdy, middle-aged Melanie turns up to volunteer, Teresa soon puts her straight.&#;4 womenAuthor: Bettine Manktelow. Bettine Manktelow is the author of Hotel Mystere ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Mostly About Men ( avg rating, 3 ratings, 1 /5.

Proscenophobia Venue Great Hall Theatre Company, Norwich Date Saturday 6th July at PM Section Unreserved Select the number of tickets you want to book from the available choices.

Tickets. full price £ + £ booking fee. Children 16 and under £ + £ booking fee. Proscenophobia (Stage Fright) 2 Male, 4 Female Bettine Manktelow Published by Samuel French Ltd.

This clever whodunnit takes place in the dressing-room of a provincial theatre during the performance of a thriller The star - Addie - is attempting a comeback and is understudied by her best friend Millie.

27th – 30th May Proscenophobia (Stage Fright) Open auditions will be held for our Spring production at the rear of The White Harte Inne, Cuckfield on February 11. TM ® & © Scholastic Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Susan Cheyney GRADES: About Us. Dates and Prices. Upcoming Shows and Ticket Prices. Date(s) Show: Ticket Price(s) Member price(s) Wed 2 7th to Saturday 30th May Proscenophobia: Wed £10 Thu £11 Fri & Sat £ £1 off any ticket for CDS members!

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