Thomas or Tom Sutcliffe may refer to:
Thomas Sutcliffe Mort was an Australian industrialist responsible for improving refrigeration of meat. He was renowned for speculation in the local pastoral industry as well as industrial activities such as his Ice-Works in Sydney's Darling Harbour and dry dock and engineering works at Balmain.
Thomas Sutcliffe was an English watercolour painter.
Thomas Sutcliffe was an English soldier of fortune. After periods in the Royal Navy and then as an army officer involved in the Battle of Waterloo, he became an army officer in the service of Colombia and then Chile. In later years he was a writer.
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Thomas King or Tom King may refer to:
Thomas Allen may refer to:
Thomas Hughes (1822–1896) was an English lawyer, Member of Parliament (MP) and author.
Thomas, Tommy or Tom Thompson may refer to:
Thomas McCarthy may refer to:
Meredith Oakes is an Australian playwright who has lived in London since 1970. She has written plays, adaptations, translations, opera texts and poems, and taught play-writing at Royal Holloway College and for the Arvon Foundation. She also wrote music criticism before leaving Australia for The Daily Telegraph in Sydney, and from 1988 to 1991 for The Independent, as well as contributing to a variety of magazines including The Listener.
Events from the year 1946 in the United Kingdom.
Saturday Review is a weekly radio programme broadcast on BBC Radio 4 which "offers sharp, critical discussion of the week's cultural events", according to the show's website. It was first broadcast in 1998. Each programme lasts 45 minutes and features the presenter and three guest critics reviewing current books, plays, films and exhibitions. The programme is also available as a podcast. The podcast is slightly longer than the broadcast version. In April 2017, the BBC announced the programme was to end but reversed the decision by July 2017.
Peter Lawrence Frederick Heyworth was an American-born English music critic and biographer. He wrote the definitive biography of Otto Klemperer and was a prominent supporter of avant-garde music.
Thomas Lowe or Tom Lowe may refer to:
Thomas Edwards or Tom Edwards may refer to:
Sutcliffe or Sutcliff is a surname, originating in Yorkshire, sometimes spelled Sutliffe or, unusually, Sutliff. The name means south of the cliff/hill. It may refer to:
Walter Sutcliffe is a British opera and theatre director.
Arianna is an opera in eight scenes by the British composer Alexander Goehr, premiered at the Royal Opera House, London, in 1995. It is set to the libretto, by Ottavio Rinuccini, used by Claudio Monteverdi in his 1608 opera, L'Arianna. The opera is Goehr's op. 58.
The Rising of the Moon is an operatic comedy in three acts composed by Nicholas Maw to a libretto by Beverley Cross. It premiered on 19 July 1970 at the Glyndebourne Festival conducted by Raymond Leppard and directed by Colin Graham. The title comes from the Irish patriotic song of the same name.
Thomas Sutcliffe is a British journalist and arts broadcaster. He has presented the BBC Radio 4 arts show Saturday Review since 1999, and is also chairman of Round Britain Quiz.
Tom Sutcliffe is an English opera critic, author and journalist. He is also a current member of the General Synod of the Church of England, first elected for the Diocese of Southwark in 1990. From 2002 until 2011 he was a member of the Cathedrals Fabric Commission for England.
John Cox is an English opera director. Born in Bristol, he was educated at St Edmund Hall, Oxford, and trained at Glyndebourne as assistant to Carl Ebert, and then at the York Theatre Royal and BBC television, made his directing debut with Ravel's L'enfant et les sortilèges for the Sadler's Wells company in 1965.
Billington is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Rosa Mannion is a British operatic soprano who has sung leading roles both in the opera houses of the UK and Europe and in the recording studio. Although particularly known for her roles in the operas of Handel and Mozart, she sang a wide repertoire during her career including Violetta in La traviata and all three of the leading female roles in The Tales of Hoffmann.