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fleabag

(ˈflibæg)
n. a cheap hotel; a flophouse. Rocko never stays in fleabags. He’s too proud. Sam doesn’t care.
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For more information on Fleabag and to |buy tickets costing between PS14 to PS10, over 60s concessions from PS12 to PS10 and other concessions PS5 call Live Theatre's box office on (0191) 232 1232 or see www.
Accept the fact that you have to run an unprofitable fleabag hotel until Comrade Mayor tells you otherwise.
Of course, as one fey character points out in a Halloween party scene, twins represent a major gay fantasy, particularly when the twins in question are the madly attractive Polish brothers (identical, not conjoined), here playing a pair of circus "freaks" holed up in a fleabag hotel and in search of theft mother.
When he was first married, he used to have it in his apartment, a real fleabag place that overlooked one of the busiest expressways in Chicago, and so you can imagine the noise.
She bleached her hair specially, so she would look nice in court, so they wouldn't think she was a fleabag.
Unfolding in Hong Kong's overdeveloped underbelly, the cramped social space bordered by the fleabag Chungking House hotel and the bustling Midnight Express food stand, the film sketches two virtual love stories that almost but don't quite overlap.
Maddie Rice plays the title role of Fleabag, who for one hour lets us see the world through her eyes as we follow her life, love, loss and heartbreak.
These include The Paper Birds with their Edinburgh Fringe hit show Broke (February 10-11); The Six Twenty with a double bill of new plays by Robin French: Breakfast Hearts, A Love Story and Choirplay (February 18-19); the multi awardwinning Fleabag presented by Dry-White and Soho Theatre (March 3 to 4); the welcome return of Mixtape with two evenings of bite sized theatre inspired by music; writer and performer Hannah Silva with her new show Schlock
One year, at the New York-Massachusetts border, our car broke down and had to be flatbed-trucked 20 miles to a small village with a single fleabag motel.
Not that I've not enjoyed the fleabag, germ-ridden, stinking cesspit of a competition, far from it without the B&I Cup - Lord bless it - I'd probably never have made it to Aberavon.
A TOP author and her creation Fleabag melted children's hearts at a storytelling event.
HHHH Julie Chamberlain CHILDREN'S The Disgusting Adventures of Fleabag Monkeyface: Invasion of the Grubby Snatchers by Knife & Packer.
The Disgusting Adventures of Fleabag Monkeyface: When Earwax Attacks by Knife and Packer, pounds 4.
That would have shut up the fleabag cocktail of nonentities, third raters and failed ministers who stirred up the trouble, aided by the unsubtle support of Brown's acolytes.
It lasted two series (1975-7) and featured a manky dog and a pernickety cat, Fleabag and Spiffy.