The Grand Union Orchestra is putting on a show about Windrush

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The Grand Union Orchestra is putting on a show about Windrush

70 years on from the arrival of the Empire Windrush, The Grand Union Orchestra is putting on a spectacular new show "What  the river brings" with performers from across the whole of East London to celebrate migrants past and present, and their music and musicians who have helped to shape our culture. The work is being performed at St John Bethnal Green on Saturday 14th July.

Tony Haynes has composed and arranged the music.

 


 

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