Grand Dame

Dame Judith Mayhew has been elected chairperson of Scotland’s Royal Opera House, the first time the position has been held by a woman. The NZ-born high-flyer previously helmed the Corporation of London, and remains financial advisor to the city’s Mayor. Arts Council of England chairman Gerry Robinson: “Her broad range of experience, coupled with her love of opera and ballet, means she is well-placed to take the organisation into the next chapter of its development.”


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Ruined Christchurch Houses Released with Light

Ruined Christchurch Houses Released with Light

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