Costello Music gave birth to some of the most catchiest singalong tunes of the late noughties - the thunderous Creepin Up The Backstairs
, the heartfelt Whistle For The Choir and the epic Chelsea Dagger, a song so grand its verve is echoed across every major sporting ground and stadium up and down the country.
The dimly lit backstairs
of the office where I toiled writing showbiz tittle-tattle were known as Gropers Alley.
I can offer Teacher Librarian readers some exclusive scoops and news from backstairs
in our nation's capitol.
people can make or break a hotel but they seldom get a mention.
Goldblatt) a ballsier suitor bolsters the backstairs
intrigue, while Angela Wildflower Polk's sizzling incarnation of Lady Gaga mixed with the Acid Queen reminds us of celebrity's influence on the body politic.
When Tony Blair, the then British prime minister, and Jose Maria Aznar, the then Spanish prime minister, made a backstairs
deal to try to arrange joint sovereignty of Gibraltar in 2002, the rock exploded in anger.
And in the patriotic adventure romp, The 39 Steps, John Buchan writes: "The Jew is everywhere now, but you have to go far down the backstairs
to find him.
Mr Brown remains Prime Minister but his hands are tied when even senior figures in his own government are scurrying around offering backstairs
He is very good at the detail of bureaucracy: the agendas, the papers, the job descriptions, the formal speeches at meetings and the backstairs
The Guardian newspaper said Mantel "persuasively depicts this beefy pen-pusher and backstairs
maneuverer as one of the most appealing -- and, in his own way, enlightened -- characters of the period.
One prominent homosexual member of her staff was her servant the late William Tallon, who was Page of the Backstairs
and known as Backstairs
Mr Warner specialised in items collectors tended to ignore, including beds, backstairs
furniture and medieval curios.
He tried going up the backstairs
to try and get in the house, but the kitchen was engulfed in smoke and flames and he couldn't get up," O'Leary said.
The collection had been amassed by the late William Tallon, known as Backstairs
Billy for his role as Page of the Backstairs
Memoirs," the English poet George Meredith once wrote, "are the backstairs