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- James Owen Drife, professor of obstetrics and gynaecology
Regional theatre is thriving in England, especially in Yorkshire, but without much support from doctors, I'm afraid. At a concert or the opera my wife and I often bump into music loving colleagues but in theatre bars we sip our dry white wine by ourselves. Still, it gives us a chance to look around.
Regional audiences are different from those in London's west end. Ours have hardly any tourists or star-struck fans, except when a celebrity vehicle …
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