The Best of Noël Coward with Nicky Spence
This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of Noël Coward’s death and a superb time to reevaluate his astonishing achievements, in music and words. Among the major celebrations have been Oliver Soden’s acclaimed recent biography, Masquerade, and a new recording of his sparkling songs by award-winning tenor Nicky Spence. Only at JAM on the Marsh have these two projects been brought together, with a concert celebrating Coward in all his many musical guises, interweaving his most famous numbers with some that are less familiar. Blues, operetta, jazz, parlour song, Broadway musicals, parody: Coward could do it all – luckily, so can Nicky Spence. With Oliver Soden as compère and host, reading from Coward’s sparkling poetry and witty correspondence, the afternoon promises to be a truly marvellous celebration.
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St George · Ivychurch · TN29 0AL
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THINGS TO DO
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