Lunchtime

Lunchtime

Luncheon, commonly abbreviated to lunch, is a middle of the day meal, and is generally smaller than dinner, which is the main meal of the day whenever dinner is eaten. The origin of the words lunch and luncheon relate to a small meal originally eaten at any time of the day or night, but during the 20th century gradually focused toward a small meal eaten at midday.

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Ed Doolan
... until 2 pm on BBC WM and "The Other Side Of", aired on Sunday lunchtime at 1pm.He has been honoured by the British Radio Academy, earning a place in the Radio ... On Doolan's lunchtime show of 22 February 2011, he announced he was cutting down on amount of shows he would be presenting, stating he could no longer "continue the current work schedule" his ...
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City Music Society
... The City Music Society was formed in 1943, influenced by lunchtime concerts organised by Hilda Bor at the Royal Exchange and by Myra Hess at the National Gallery ... In the autumn of 1947 the lunchtime concerts moved from the Guildhall School to the Bishopsgate Institute where the opening concert by Louis Kentner attracted a capacity ... concerts at Goldsmith's Hall and Tuesday lunchtime concerts at Bishopsgate Institute have provided the regular framework within which the work of the Society has evolved ...
David Edgar (playwright) - Gaining A Reputation
... Lunchtime theatre is an avant-garde phenomenon that seems to exist on the fringe of the fringe and whose popularity waxes and wanes but never disappears ... on evening performances for a while, and London's Gay Sweatshop started as a gays-only lunchtime theatre club called Ambience ... The Soho Polytechnic was another lunchtime theatre venue where Edgar put on a number of necessarily short plays written for office workers on their lunchbreak but which proved remarkably popular with ...