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    Performed at The Criterion - London and directed by Esta Charkham.  This is a play revolving around the story of 3 brassy Northern girls who are Manchester United fans and meet to watch their team The Reds on a Saturday afternoon.  Janine creates the role of Nita.
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    Performed at The Criterion - London and directed by Esta Charkham.  This is a play revolving around the story of 3 brassy Northern girls who are Manchester United fans and meet to watch their team The Reds on a Saturday afternoon.  Janine creates the role of Nita.

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    Directed by renowned theatre director Richard Beecham, Janine play's the icy cold Mrs Tilford in Lillian Hellman's controversial 1934 stage play 'The Children's Hour'.  
    A drama set in an all-girls boarding school.  Lies and deception of an attention seeking and mischievous child, leads to the destroyed careers, relationships and lives of others. 

     

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    'Janine Gateland, with red boots and handbag's invests doing her Nita's make-up with fine unspoken communication, and her spoken characterisation with panache. It's an entertaining and thoughtful script, with matching performances'.

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