“Shakespeares Globe” is a modern reconstructionof the 1614 Globe Theatre building.It was founded by the actor and director Sam Wanamaker and built approximately 230 metres from the site of the original theatre.Opened to the public in 1997,which of Shakespeares historical productions,was the first to be performed there?
This publishing house is known for its good quality, inexpensive paperbacksand uses thefollowing colour codes for the cover of publications •Orange and White for General fiction, •Green and White for Crime fiction, •Cerise and White for Travel and Adventure •Dark blue and White for Biographies, •Yellow and White for Miscellaneous •Red and White for Drama; •Purple and White for Essays and Letters •Grey and White for world affairs Which publishing house?
His first-class career lasted from 1900 to 1907. In all he played 10 matches for MCC - 18 innings, 6 not-outs, 231 runs, highest score43, average 19.25. He also took one wicket for 50 runs. Identify this famous author
Arthur Conan Doyle.His only wicket in first class cricket was W G Grace.
What connects Hannah Abbott, LavenderBrown, Katie Bell, Susan Bones, Terry Boot, Cho Chang, Michael Corner, Colin Creevey, Dennis Creevy, Marietta Edgecombe, Justin Flinch- Fletchey, Seamus Finnigan, Anthony Goldstein, Hermione Granger, AngelinaJohnson, Lee Jordan, Neville Longbottom, LunaLovegood, Ernie Macmillan, Padma Patil, Parvati Patil, Harry Potter, Zacharius Smith, Alicia Spinnet, Dean Thomas, Fred Weasley, George Weasley , Ginny and Ron Weasley?
They all together formed Dumbledore’sarmy in the book Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
His 1956 autobiography has a single- word title that effectivelyevokes the way he played the game he was associated with. It beginswith the words "You are doubtless aware that I am a common man". Who? Name the autobiography.
It was recorded in the Oxford English Dictionary as originating from Shakespeares The Merry Wives ofWindsor. In the phrase What the X!“the word X is used as a substitute fordevil. It was also used in the phrase to play the X in the meaning to playhavoc/mischief . X also happens to be the name of a writer.