excerpt from 'Southbank Centre Archive' (80 words)

excerpt from 'Southbank Centre Archive' (80 words)

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Southbank Centre Archive

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As a war child (10 in 1945) the 1st visit to hear music at the Festival Hall was an absolute revelation: the equivalent of black-out curtains being drawn back to reveal a scene of stunning space and brilliance, the music like none I had experienced.  Then, 50 years ago in 1957, the London University Graduation Ball was held at RFH: I had a dazzling evening, lasting until dawn, with my husband to be.  I still adore the wonderful, concrete South Bank complex.  Always will.

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