'Walk of Shame' is Eleanor Conway's critically acclaimed debut show about sex, sobriety, Sambuca and the modern addict that lies within us all.
This debut premiered at last year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival to critical acclaim and is currently on a sellout international tour.
the term (or at least the implications behind it) plainly rankled, for in 1954, in a broadcast entitled “On Being Provincial” he went on the offensive: If you want to annoy a man who comes from the provinces, call him a provincial.
For the word, used in this sense, implies the smug, the narrow, the short-sighted; implies a mere second-hand, second-rate, out of-date-existence, a bad copy of the life of the capital.
Lowry's father Robert, who was of northern Irish descent, worked as a clerk for the Jacob Earnshaw and Son Property Company and was a withdrawn and introverted man. This game was 0-0 at half time, but Workington came out in the second half with a new game plan, and Matthew Perry soon put Athletic 1-0 up, jinking into the box from the left and driving a shot past the Cleator ‘keeper. resize=795,350 795w" sizes="(max-width: 800px) 100vw, 800px" data-recalc-dims="1" /n the Smurfit Kappa Conway Cup Final held at Whitehaven AFC, Cumberland County Premier League champions Workington Athletic edged a narrow 3-2 win over Division One’s Cleator Moor Celtic, and Workington skipper Tom Pardini lifted Athletic’s second trophy in successive weekends.In Ken Glover Memorial Shield Semi Final, and having gone 2-0 down to Premier Division side Carlisle City in the first half, Division One’s Bransty Rangers pulled back two goals in the second half and a third in Extra Time to make it 2-3.The Rangers goals came from Michael Garroway, Bradley O’Pray and Ryan Cornish, and puts them in them into the final where they will meet Workington Athletic on the 13th May at the Lakes College 3G pitch, with Workington now going for the treble.