Music: Noel Coward and His Legacy
  • Upper Lecture Theatre, Sherwell Centre

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Cabaret duo Kit Hesketh-Harvey and James McConnel pay homage to 'The Master’, performing many of Coward’s enduring songs, as well as some lesser-known gems. Peppered with anecdotes and chat, plus one or two offerings of their own, join them for an evening of wit and sophistication.

Date: Friday 9 June
Time: 19:30
Venue: Upper Lecture Theatre, Sherwell Centre
Ticket information: £10/£7

Part of the 2017 Words and Music Festival including:

Film: Some Like It Hot (1959)
Talk: Dr Jody Patterson - Rhapsodies In Paint: Modern Art And The Jazz Age
Talk: Chris Robinson - Plymouth In The Roaring Twenties
Music: The Roaring Twenties Tea Dance

 

We advise an early arrival for this event due to multiple events taking place on the University campus. The campus will be much busier than usual and parking may be more limited.

Please note, paid-for parking can be found off campus at the Drake Circus Shopping Centre or Regent Street Car Park nearby. If you require special assistance, please contact the Peninsula Arts Box Office prior to the event date.



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