Bill Brandt - the most influential British photographer of the 20th century
Bill Brandt - the most influential British photographer of the 20th century
Lucy Bethune - a dancer (Ballet Rambert, London)
Lucy Bethune - a dancer (Ballet Rambert, London)
Connie Raichert - a businessman
Connie Raichert - a businessman
Bem Le Hunte – a British-Indian author of "The Seduction of Silence" and "There, Where the Pepper Grows"
Bem Le Hunte – a British-Indian author of "The Seduction of Silence" and "There, Where the Pepper Grows"
Christopher Bruce - a choreographer  (Ballet Rambert, London and independent) - "Ghost Dances"
Christopher Bruce - a choreographer (Ballet Rambert, London and independent) - "Ghost Dances"
Albert van Nierop - a dancer  (Ballet Rambert, London)
Albert van Nierop - a dancer (Ballet Rambert, London)
Fou Ts'ong - a pianist
Fou Ts'ong - a pianist
Joanna Jakowlew - an architect
Joanna Jakowlew - an architect
Sir George Martin – a music producer (The Beatles)
Sir George Martin – a music producer (The Beatles)
Sir Harrison Birtwistle – a composer of operas - "The Mask of Orpheus", "Yan Tan Tethera", "The Io Passion" .....
Sir Harrison Birtwistle – a composer of operas - "The Mask of Orpheus", "Yan Tan Tethera", "The Io Passion" .....
James Thackara – a writer
James Thackara – a writer
Glenda Jackson – an actress (2 Oscars) and a politician (MP)
Glenda Jackson – an actress (2 Oscars) and a politician (MP)
Cees ‘Ani’ Meerman – a rock drummer
Cees ‘Ani’ Meerman – a rock drummer
Bem Le Hunte and Matthew Saunders
Bem Le Hunte and Matthew Saunders
Krzysztof Penderecki – a composer ( "Threnody to the Victims of Hiroshima", "Symphony No. 3", "St. Luke Passion", "Polish Requiem", "Anaklasis", "Utrenja", four operas, eight symphonies and much more)
Krzysztof Penderecki – a composer ( "Threnody to the Victims of Hiroshima", "Symphony No. 3", "St. Luke Passion", "Polish Requiem", "Anaklasis", "Utrenja", four operas, eight symphonies and much more)
Grażyna Lutosławska – a writer and a radio journalist
Grażyna Lutosławska – a writer and a radio journalist
Sir Leszek Borysiewicz – a scientist, a Chair of Cancer Research UK and former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge
Sir Leszek Borysiewicz – a scientist, a Chair of Cancer Research UK and former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge
Lindsay Anderson – a film and theatre director
Lindsay Anderson – a film and theatre director
Lucyna Sokół – an artist
Lucyna Sokół – an artist
Matthew Saunders – a singer
Matthew Saunders – a singer
Ewa Mann - a painter
Ewa Mann - a painter
Michael Vyner – a music promoter (London Sinfonietta)
Michael Vyner – a music promoter (London Sinfonietta)
Nigel Osborne – a composer and a charity worker with children in war zones
Nigel Osborne – a composer and a charity worker with children in war zones
Philip King – a sculptor
Philip King – a sculptor
Richard Newman – a music impresario
Richard Newman – a music impresario
Sir Peter Hall – a theatre, film and opera director
Sir Peter Hall – a theatre, film and opera director
Robert Kee – a journalist (BBC) and a writer
Robert Kee – a journalist (BBC) and a writer
Bem Le Hunte – a British-Indian author of "The Seduction of Silence" and "There, Where the Pepper Grows"
Bem Le Hunte – a British-Indian author of "The Seduction of Silence" and "There, Where the Pepper Grows"
Sir Robin Day - a BBC journalist
Sir Robin Day - a BBC journalist
Roman Jabłonski – a cellist
Roman Jabłonski – a cellist
Tadeusz Kantor - an artist - creator of Polish experimental theatre company "Cricot 2"
Tadeusz Kantor - an artist - creator of Polish experimental theatre company "Cricot 2"
Simon Callow – an actor and a writer
Simon Callow – an actor and a writer
Sir John Tusa – a journalist (BBC), a writer and arts leader (City of London's Barbican Arts Centre & the European Union Youth Orchestra)
Sir John Tusa – a journalist (BBC), a writer and arts leader (City of London's Barbican Arts Centre & the European Union Youth Orchestra)
Lucy Burge – a dancer  (Ballet Rambert, London)
Lucy Burge – a dancer (Ballet Rambert, London)
Willie Landels – a designer and an editor of "Harper’s & Queen*.
Willie Landels – a designer and an editor of "Harper’s & Queen*.
Dame Marina Warner - a British writer, historian and mythographer
Dame Marina Warner - a British writer, historian and mythographer
Sir Tom Stoppard – a playwright
Sir Tom Stoppard – a playwright
Grażyna Lutosławska – a writer and a radio journalist
Grażyna Lutosławska – a writer and a radio journalist
John Peel – a BBC radio DJ and a journalist
John Peel – a BBC radio DJ and a journalist
Nigel Playford – an entrepreneur
Nigel Playford – an entrepreneur
Venkatraman "Venki" Ramakrishnan – a scientist, the Nobel Prize in Chemistry and  the President of the Royal Society
Venkatraman "Venki" Ramakrishnan – a scientist, the Nobel Prize in Chemistry and the President of the Royal Society
Lucy Burge – a choreographer - independent
Lucy Burge – a choreographer - independent
Meary James Thurairajah Tambimuttu - a poet and a publisher of literary magazine "Poetry London"
Meary James Thurairajah Tambimuttu - a poet and a publisher of literary magazine "Poetry London"
Witold Lutosławski – a highly acclaimed & influential composer of the 20th century and a most generous supporter of other people
Witold Lutosławski – a highly acclaimed & influential composer of the 20th century and a most generous supporter of other people
Bill Brandt - the most influential British photographer of the 20th century
Lucy Bethune - a dancer (Ballet Rambert, London)
Connie Raichert - a businessman
Bem Le Hunte – a British-Indian author of "The Seduction of Silence" and "There, Where the Pepper Grows"
Christopher Bruce - a choreographer  (Ballet Rambert, London and independent) - "Ghost Dances"
Albert van Nierop - a dancer  (Ballet Rambert, London)
Fou Ts'ong - a pianist
Joanna Jakowlew - an architect
Sir George Martin – a music producer (The Beatles)
Sir Harrison Birtwistle – a composer of operas - "The Mask of Orpheus", "Yan Tan Tethera", "The Io Passion" .....
James Thackara – a writer
Glenda Jackson – an actress (2 Oscars) and a politician (MP)
Cees ‘Ani’ Meerman – a rock drummer
Bem Le Hunte and Matthew Saunders
Krzysztof Penderecki – a composer ( "Threnody to the Victims of Hiroshima", "Symphony No. 3", "St. Luke Passion", "Polish Requiem", "Anaklasis", "Utrenja", four operas, eight symphonies and much more)
Grażyna Lutosławska – a writer and a radio journalist
Sir Leszek Borysiewicz – a scientist, a Chair of Cancer Research UK and former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge
Lindsay Anderson – a film and theatre director
Lucyna Sokół – an artist
Matthew Saunders – a singer
Ewa Mann - a painter
Michael Vyner – a music promoter (London Sinfonietta)
Nigel Osborne – a composer and a charity worker with children in war zones
Philip King – a sculptor
Richard Newman – a music impresario
Sir Peter Hall – a theatre, film and opera director
Robert Kee – a journalist (BBC) and a writer
Bem Le Hunte – a British-Indian author of "The Seduction of Silence" and "There, Where the Pepper Grows"
Sir Robin Day - a BBC journalist
Roman Jabłonski – a cellist
Tadeusz Kantor - an artist - creator of Polish experimental theatre company "Cricot 2"
Simon Callow – an actor and a writer
Sir John Tusa – a journalist (BBC), a writer and arts leader (City of London's Barbican Arts Centre & the European Union Youth Orchestra)
Lucy Burge – a dancer  (Ballet Rambert, London)
Willie Landels – a designer and an editor of "Harper’s & Queen*.
Dame Marina Warner - a British writer, historian and mythographer
Sir Tom Stoppard – a playwright
Grażyna Lutosławska – a writer and a radio journalist
John Peel – a BBC radio DJ and a journalist
Nigel Playford – an entrepreneur
Venkatraman "Venki" Ramakrishnan – a scientist, the Nobel Prize in Chemistry and  the President of the Royal Society
Lucy Burge – a choreographer - independent
Meary James Thurairajah Tambimuttu - a poet and a publisher of literary magazine "Poetry London"
Witold Lutosławski – a highly acclaimed & influential composer of the 20th century and a most generous supporter of other people
Bill Brandt - the most influential British photographer of the 20th century
Lucy Bethune - a dancer (Ballet Rambert, London)
Connie Raichert - a businessman
Bem Le Hunte – a British-Indian author of "The Seduction of Silence" and "There, Where the Pepper Grows"
Christopher Bruce - a choreographer (Ballet Rambert, London and independent) - "Ghost Dances"
Albert van Nierop - a dancer (Ballet Rambert, London)
Fou Ts'ong - a pianist
Joanna Jakowlew - an architect
Sir George Martin – a music producer (The Beatles)
Sir Harrison Birtwistle – a composer of operas - "The Mask of Orpheus", "Yan Tan Tethera", "The Io Passion" .....
James Thackara – a writer
Glenda Jackson – an actress (2 Oscars) and a politician (MP)
Cees ‘Ani’ Meerman – a rock drummer
Bem Le Hunte and Matthew Saunders
Krzysztof Penderecki – a composer ( "Threnody to the Victims of Hiroshima", "Symphony No. 3", "St. Luke Passion", "Polish Requiem", "Anaklasis", "Utrenja", four operas, eight symphonies and much more)
Grażyna Lutosławska – a writer and a radio journalist
Sir Leszek Borysiewicz – a scientist, a Chair of Cancer Research UK and former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge
Lindsay Anderson – a film and theatre director
Lucyna Sokół – an artist
Matthew Saunders – a singer
Ewa Mann - a painter
Michael Vyner – a music promoter (London Sinfonietta)
Nigel Osborne – a composer and a charity worker with children in war zones
Philip King – a sculptor
Richard Newman – a music impresario
Sir Peter Hall – a theatre, film and opera director
Robert Kee – a journalist (BBC) and a writer
Bem Le Hunte – a British-Indian author of "The Seduction of Silence" and "There, Where the Pepper Grows"
Sir Robin Day - a BBC journalist
Roman Jabłonski – a cellist
Tadeusz Kantor - an artist - creator of Polish experimental theatre company "Cricot 2"
Simon Callow – an actor and a writer
Sir John Tusa – a journalist (BBC), a writer and arts leader (City of London's Barbican Arts Centre & the European Union Youth Orchestra)
Lucy Burge – a dancer (Ballet Rambert, London)
Willie Landels – a designer and an editor of "Harper’s & Queen*.
Dame Marina Warner - a British writer, historian and mythographer
Sir Tom Stoppard – a playwright
Grażyna Lutosławska – a writer and a radio journalist
John Peel – a BBC radio DJ and a journalist
Nigel Playford – an entrepreneur
Venkatraman "Venki" Ramakrishnan – a scientist, the Nobel Prize in Chemistry and the President of the Royal Society
Lucy Burge – a choreographer - independent
Meary James Thurairajah Tambimuttu - a poet and a publisher of literary magazine "Poetry London"
Witold Lutosławski – a highly acclaimed & influential composer of the 20th century and a most generous supporter of other people
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