excerpt from 'Southbank Centre Archive' (93 words)

excerpt from 'Southbank Centre Archive' (93 words)

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Southbank Centre Archive

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It was on a visit to The Festival of Britain at the age of six that I was first impressed by the Royal Festival Hall. As a small lad up from the country, the building was the most modern I'd seen. Not until my late teens, attending concerts by Duke Ellington and the like, was I able to appreciate the unique building to the full. I've since attended memorable concerts af all kinds and look forward to the the Hall's reopening and rejuvination. Who knows, I may experience some rejuvination as a result.

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