A Brummie Legend

We dont normally advertise our heros but Roy Wood is an exception, see him in a Q&A next week with Nick Owen at the Town Hall, details below

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Roy Wood

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Eccentric Birmingham-born rock musician
Roy Wood visits Symphony Hall in December
with his Rock and Roll Band, but prior to this,
see him in conversation with Nick Owen.
From his performance with The Move on the night
England won the World Cup in 1966, to his sparkling
40th Anniversary concert, there is sure to be a lot to
talk about!
Nick Owen, popular radio and television broadcaster,
is best known for his pioneering days in breakfast
television, sharing the sofa with Anne Diamond at
TV-am in the eighties. Having interviewed literally
thousands of people, including six past and present
Prime Ministers, showbiz figures from Bob Hope to
Morecambe and Wise, members of the Beatles and
many more, he visits Town Hall to delve into the career
highlights of pop legend Roy Wood.
£15 plus transaction fee*

* £2.50 transaction fee, plus £1 (optional) postage, will be charged on all bookings except
purchases made in person at the Town Hall or Symphony Hall Box office.
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