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EVENT: A Waltz in New Orleans

“The story I have to tell you is ‘bout how something beautiful, something excellent, was created in spite of unfairness and vexation.”

A radio drama

Radio 105
Saturday, October 17
3:00 PM – 4:00 PM

A radio drama to celebrate Black History Month, A Waltz in New Orleans is the yarn of how jazz was born in New Orleans at the turn of the 20th century.

Narrated by its self-credited originator and brought to life by a cast of four and specially arranged music.

More information HERE

Welcome to the ‘In Your House’ Autumn Season of FREE arts events both online and in locations across Cambridgeshire!
The Library Presents brings music, drama, art, dance, storytelling, comedy, puppetry, magic, digital arts and workshops to you.

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