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Rear cover of a programme for the National Jazz Federation's second British Festival of Jazz, held at the Royal Festival Hall, London, on 5th November 1955. Featuring an advert for upcoming jazz concerts at the Royal Festival Hall and a package deal offer for a Louis Armstrong concert in Paris.
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ï»¿ROYAL FESTIVAL HALL
Saturday 17 December at 7-30 p.m.
HUMPHREY LYTTELTON JAZZ SHOW
Tickets:- 3/6 5/- 6/6 7/6 8/6 10/-now available
EVERY TUESDAY AT 7-45 p.m.
âNew Orleans Encoreâ
Featuring the music of CHRIS BARBER or KEN COLYER or SANDY BROWN. The Compere is REX HARRIS (BBC critic & author ofâJAZZâin the Pelican series.)
No. 24. 8 Nov. CHRIS BARBERâS JAZZ BAND No. 25. 13 Dec. SANDY BROWNâS JAZZMEN No. 26. 27 Dec. CHRIS BARBERâS JAZZ BAND
âModern Jazz Workshopâ
This series features modern jazz stars in unusual groups, playing original compositions and arrangements. The Compere is famous writer and broadcaster TONY HALL.
No. 20. To be announced
Featuring the music of ALEX WELSH cr BOBBY MICKLEBURGH or MICK MULLIGAN.The Compere is famous Blues singer and writer, GEORGE MELLY.
No. 12. 6 Dec. MICK MULLIGAN & his BAND
A new series featuring the stars from the JAZZ TODAY unit. The Compere is the Editor of Music Mirror, JACK HIGGINS.
No. 5. 20 Dec. Bruce Turner, Keith Christie, Jimmy Skidmore, etc.
THE NATIONAL JAZZ FEDERATION LTD is a non-profit making body devoted primarily to presenting concerts of the best jazz, both in London and the provinces, with the aim of widening the performance and appreciation of the music.
For further details of our activities, application forms for membership, and information on all jazz matters write to
THE SECRETARY NATIONAL JAZZ FEDERATION 7 CARLISLE STREET LONDON Wl Telephone GERrard 8923
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