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British playwright (1911-1977)

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I know of Rattigan, and have seen a lot of his plays," says Olivia Hallinan.
David Brown managing diector Steve Watson (front right) with award |recipients Tony Gooding, Michael Rattigan, Steve Cawtheray, Andy Cracknell, David Lockwood, Paul Gant, Graham Hendy and, David Emmett
Rattigan was moved from the C block of the jail to the A wing as punishment.
Rattigan, aged 64, was jailed for four and a half years after he admitted travelling to Egypt in 2004 and 2006 to abuse young boys, as the Telegraph revealed yesterday.
As controller, Rattigan will lead and manage JBT's financial accounting policies, controls and reporting requirements.
Ratty - sorry Rattigan - wrote The Winslow Boy and The Browning Version, plus many other fine dramas.
Insight: Benedict Cumberbatch looks at the life and work of playwright Terence Rattigan.
With details like this, you wonder how that phrase "the well-made play", forever linked with Rattigan, can ever have been regarded as dismissive.
The foreclosure of such an iconic building created a perception in New England that commercial real estate had really declined in value," said John Rattigan, a partner in the real estate development group at law firm DLA Piper.
The talented jazz quartet features Jim Rattigan (French horn), Hans Koller (keyboards), Dave Whitford (bass) and Gene Calderazzo (drums).
Ian Carr, in the Rough Guide to Jazz, said Rattigan was "a brilliant and versatile jazz soloist on French horn and an interesting and questing composer".
Vivienne Rattigan, Vice-President of the Mayo Constituency Labour Party, said she was 'appalled' on a visit to the hospital to find 24 people being treated on trolleys, including a 100-year-old woman.
Thompson, 15, of Jesmond Road, and Hinchcliffe, 16, of Stotfold Street, targeted John Rattigan, 57, who was well known in the community as being deaf and mute, the court heard.