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Memory Sharing - The Queens Hall in the 60s & 70s

Saturday, 01 February 2020 - Presented by: The Queens Hall Reg. Charity 1145741

Were you lucky enough to witness the likes of Elton John, Deep Purple, Status Quo, Desmond Dekker, Hot Chocolate and a whole host of other incredible bands at The Queens Hall? Did you come along to any of the legendary Queens Hall gigs during the heady days of the late 60’s and 70’s? Then The Queens Hall Narberth would love to speak to you.

Thanks to the Heritage Lottery Fund, the Hall are now able to collect the stories, memorabilia and experiences of an entire generation before they are lost.

The Queens Hall Manager, Lara Herde says “It’s just incredible to think that our Hall has hosted such rock band royalty over the years. They say if only these walls could talk! But instead we are asking the teenagers of 1960’s & 70s Pembrokeshire to come forward to share, re-live and record their stories and memories once again. With the help of the National Lottery, we will create a very special archive and permanent exhibition here at The Queens Hall, to ensure these unbelievable moments are not forgotten”

There are many ways in which you can get involved. If you have any memorabilia or would like to share your experiences, then come along to the Queens Hall on February 1st from 10am for the first ‘Memories of a Generation’ day. There will be music of the 60s & 70s, tea & cake plus a warm welcome by The Queens Hall volunteers, plus BB Skone, who will be recording stories and reminiscing of the many gigs gone by.  

If you are unable to attend, then the second ‘Memories of a Generation’ day will be held before the Geno Washington & The Ram Jam Band gig at The Queens Hall on February 29th 2020, and The Quens Hall are able to arrange other dates at your convinience.

For more information or to get involved, contact Lara on manager@thequeenshall.org.uk 01834 861212 thequeenshall.org.uk

  

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