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Everything at the Garden

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A History of the Royal Opera House
1 No Jitterbug Dancing Allowed '. said a stern notice at the side of the stage. The Royal Opera
House,CoventGardenhad closed its doors after a performance of Tristan on 15 June 1939 and the audience went home - went home for over six years The theatre became a Palais de Danse.
In the last of three programmes. Derek Parker concludes his story of one of the greatest theatres in the world and. drawing upon the written and recorded reminiscences of those who have worked there. recalls some of the highlights of its glittering history.
Producer joiin KNIGHT

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Everything at the Garden

BBC Radio 4 FM, 19 February 1983 22.15






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