excerpt from 'Southbank Centre Archive' (82 words)

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In about 1954 when I was six years old I was taken to the Royal Festival Hall to hear an Earnest Read Childrens' Concert.  I'm told I was overwhelmed by the hall and the music, but what I remember is the ice-cream.  It was vanilla, in a little tub with pink icing round the edge and the RFH Lyre in the centre.  I went to many more childrens' concerts and a lifetime of adult ones but I've never seen such an ice-cream again.

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