The Good Life star, who was patron of the Friends of the Theatre Royal, died on Sunday aged 79.
What does FOTT stand for?
FOTT stands for Friends of the Theatre (various locations)
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We have 2 other meanings of FOTT in our Acronym Attic
- Frauen-Organisation Totalitärer Spielerinnen-Elite
- Friends of the South End
- Frozen On The Sharp End (Alpine Adventures, Inc. course)
- Fiber-Optics Transmission System Long Haul
- Facial Oral Tract Therapy
- Facio Orale Trakt Therapie (German: Facio-Oral Tract Therapy; medicine)
- Finger On The Trigger (movie)
- Fog on the Tyne (Lindisfarne album)
- Follow On To TOW
- Foro Observatorio Tanger-Tarifa (Spanish: Tanger-Tarifa Forum Center; human rights forum; Madrid, Spain)
- Faculty Online Technology Training Consortium (Maryland educators)
- Forms of Things Unknown (band)
- Friends of the Unborn (Chicago, IL)
- Friends of Tomerong Union Church (Australia)
- Friends of the United Nations
- Fiber Optic Training Vehicle
- Flight of the Valkyries (web forum)
- Fruit of the Vine Naturally (Shreveport, LA)
- FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) on the Web
- Fail of the Week
Samples in periodicals archive:
Sir Ian McKellen has called it his favourite theatre and in his prologue to the book, Richard Briers, patron of the Friends of the Theatre Royal, calls it a national treasure.
The self-help production, to be called Variety Live at The Swan, will be staged by the Friends of the theatre on September 18 and 19.
Friends of the Theatre Royal can book from today (telephone only).
On Sunday, July 18, the Friends of the Theatre Royal are hosting North East Meets West End which will bring together national and local stars for an evening of song, dance and humour.
Local dignitaries, friends of the theatre and special guests were treated to Champagne before the show and to meet the cast and crew of the performance.
The Theatre Manager, Gareth Owen, and his excellent staff, not forgetting the priceless dedication of the Friends of the Theatre, have contributed unstintingly to our theatrical experiences by engaging artists of wide and varied talents, thereby ensuring that all tastes are satisfied.
Hosted by actor and patron of the Friends of the Theatre Royal Richard Briers, pictured, this special performance will showcase West End stalwarts and emerging talent.