File 2/9. - John Ormond,

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John Ormond,


  • 1972-1978. (Creation)

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The English Language Section of the Academi organised an evening to celebrate the work of Gwyn Thomas entitled 'Laughter before Nightfall (or The Man who Rubbed the Rainbow)'. The evening was directed by John Ormond and was presented by Gerald James and Ray Smith on 18 May at the Sherman Theatre.

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Letters to Sam Adams from John Ormond (4) concerning personal matters, together with copies of two poems by Ormond, and a copy of a BBC transcript of his interview with R.S. Thomas, with a manuscript review of the broadcast interview in the hand of Adams.

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Preferred citation: 2/9.

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  • Text: 2/9 (Box 3).