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  • Minutes of a Cardiff Municipal Musical Society Executive Committee meeting, including discussion on the Choral Section securing the New Theatre for their annual performance of 'The Messiah' in 1964, City Centre, Cardiff, 18 November 1963

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The Cardiff Municipal Musical Society provided musical theatre programmes for children, older people and those with disabilities. The Society existed from 1943 to 1993. They were charged with preparing and putting on performances for the public and providing opportunities for those who love drama. The Executive Committee were the minds behind this society and this item shows the minutes of an Executive Committee meeting.

In this entry, page 21, the minutes describe how the Choral Section has secured the New Theatre for their annual performance of 'The Messiah' to be performed in 1964:

"The Choral Secretary also reported that the New Theatre has been made available for the annual performance of the Messiah on Good Friday 1964."

Glamorgan Archives, D905/6/2
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