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James Boyd and the students of Greshams present…

James Boyd and the students of Gresham’s bring you Stolen Years, a magical piece of music theatre telling the story of a lost world touched by the shadow of war. The Auden Theatre, Holt Tickets: £15.00; £12.50 Concessions; pupils free … Continue reading

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Stolen Years returns to the Thames Revival 2011

‘Stolen Years’ will take place at 1900 on Saturday 10th September on the Barge in the Central Basin at St Katherine Dock, London Run Time approx. 60 minutes Tickets £15. Book tickets here: http://www.thamesrevival.com/HTML/music.html

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Fundraising concert, Itteringham 24th September

Following a successful concert held at “The Balcony”, a second fundraising recital is planned for 24th September at Itteringham, Norfolk for further information contact: tickets@jamesboyd.co.uk £10,000 has so far been raised to start the voyage and commission the first new … Continue reading

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Fundraising concert at “The Balcony”, Burnham Overy Staithe

The Balcony Theatre Stokers, Gong Lane, Burnham Overy Staithe PE31 8JG Tickets: £15 contact: tickets@jamesboyd.co.uk Wednesday 22nd June 7.30pm In 1937, East Coast journalist and artist Archie White commissioned the yacht Concord of Mersea from Harry King’s boatyard at Pin … Continue reading

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Stolen Years

Thames Revival 11th September 2010    1900hrs     St Katherine Docks In 1937 the well-known and well-loved journalist and artist Archie White commissioned my gaff Yawl Concord of Mersea from Harry King’s yard at Pin Mill. His lovingly kept record of Concord’s early … Continue reading

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63rd Aldeburgh Festival

A Birthday Hansel This Thursday I shall be performing at the Aldeburgh Festival with tenor Robin Tritschler at 3.00pm in Aldeburgh Church. The programme is a tribute to Peter Pears but also acknowledges the influence of Julian Bream and it’s … Continue reading

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