A weekly review of the arts
Ernest Hemingway tA discussion on the man, the work and the times, between
RICHARD T. ELLMANN
KARL MILLER and JULIAN MITCHELL on the occasion of the publication of Hemingway's first posthumous book A Moveable Feast
NEW LONDON WIND ENSEMBLB David Sandeman (flute) Ian Wilson (oboe)
Keith Puddy (clarinet) Timothy Brown (horn) Cecil James (bassoon) with ANDRE TCHAIKOWSKY (piano)
JANET BAKER (contralto) ERNEST LUSH (piano)
Director, HENRY WASHINGTON
Gtven before an invited audience tn the Concert Hall, Broadcasting House, London. Applications for tickets, enclosing a stamped addressed envelope, should be sent to [address removed]
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by F. H. CLEOBURY
Rector of Hertingfordbury
The very notion of a ' natural theology ' has been dismissed by many modern philosophers and theologians as either meaningless or irrelevant. Dr. Cleobury not only disagrees-he also believes that there is no future for Christian apologetics on any other basis.
Thursday, June 4, from Norwich: Britten, Choral Dances from I Gloriana' (Broadland Singers), Anthony Milner , Wind Quintet; Maxwell Davies , Ricercar and Doubles (Virtuoso Ensemble, John Carewe ); Bach, Cantatas Nos. 54 and 170 (Helen Watts , Charles Spinks , a string ensemble led and directed by Neville Marriner )
The last of three programmes presenting Harold Pinter 's revue sketches
2: Trouble in the Works
3: Dialogue for Three
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