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‘Celebrating Christopher Logue’

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Next Tuesday (4 December) there will be an evening Celebrating Christopher Logue at the Southbank Centre’s Purcell Room, featuring Craig Raine, John Hegley, Kate Dimbleby singing songs from Peter Cook’s Establishment Club, an extract from The Devils (in which Logue played Cardinal Richelieu, shown here), scenes from the 1965 poetry reading at the Albert Hall, and Alan Howard reading from War Music. Tickets available here.

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