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broadside

A separately published piece of paper, usually printed on one side and intended to be read unfolded, which is posted, publicly distributed or sold—e.g., proclamations, handbills, newsheets.
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With a new exciting Shakespeare production about to go on tour and community education projects in the pipeline, Broadsides are now in a position to talk to businesses who are in search of new and creative solutions to increase their brand awareness, reach new customers, entertain clients or develop and train their staff.
Livingston, British Broadside Ballads of the Sixteenth Century: A Catalogue of the Extant Sheets and an Essay (New York: Garland, 1991): twenty-five out of 267 distinct broadsides, or 9.4 per cent.
Damnable Practises: Witches, Dangerous Women, and Music in Seventeenth- Century English Broadside Ballads.
The book makes some grand claims: 'Broadside ballads were a uniquely powerful social tool that could educate a wide range of social classes' (p.
Since 2010, cities in Europe--London and Dublin--have also hosted readings, and Amsterdam hosted an exhibit of some of the broadsides. Since that first reading, Beausoleil has hosted his own memorial reading around the anniversary of the Al-Mutanabbi bombing in his cozy, two-story Great Overland Book Company in San Francisco; each time he shares more about the dynamic and powerful project that includes local and nationally celebrated poets and writers from around the world.
A great supporter of the work of Northern Broadsides, Blake Morrison is a poet, novelist and journalist, best known for two family memoirs and a study of the James Bulger case.
Celebrated for their revelatory approach to Shakespeare, Northern Broadsides have built a loyal following.
On the Walls and in the Streets: American Poetry Broadsides from the 1960s.
While many newspaper articles, books and other historical references have been digitally cataloged, many broadsides and advertisements like this one have not, Ms.
Seidman begins his eight-chapter volume with key definitions of broadsides (crude, limited-run prints printed on one side of a sheet of paper), banners, and posters.
Critics hailed Henry, 50, who is currently touring the UK with the Northern Broadsides production, as having "simple dignity" and "depth of feeling" after the show opened at the West Yorkshire Playhouse in Leeds in February.
Head for Richmond's Georgian Theatre Royal where Northern Broadsides theatre company will be performing a new version of children's story HEIDI from November 13-15.