Tony Garnett – The Day the Music Died

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Copyright resides with the original holder, no reproduction without permission

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

There is to be a book launch on Thursday July 14th, 6-8pm, of Tony Garnett’s memoir, The Day The Music Died. It will take place at the Ikon Gallery. Tony will read from the memoir and do signings.

The event is supported by the Ikon Gallery and MA in Film and TV, University of Birmingham.

There is no online booking yet available, but there will be shortly, and the event is free. Tony’s website is also worth a visit: http://tonygarnett.info/

Tony Garnett was born in Birmingham and went on to produce seminal dramas such as Up the Junction and Cathy  Come Home, alongside a long working partnership with Ken Loach. In the 1990s he became Chair of World Productions where he oversaw the productions of Between the Lines and This Life.

Surprisingly Tony Garnett never worked at BBC Pebble Mill!

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