Throw off your cassock, and meet the mighty Wurlitzer

by Morwenna Brett Richard Hills FRCO at the console of the Troxy Wurlitzer. The RCO throws off its cassock and surplice, and slips into something a little more glamorous, for the 2017 RCO Organ Forum: a toe-tapping day of light organ music with the Cinema Organ Society on Saturday 7 January. The venue is the 1930s Troxy Cinema, in Stepney, London E1, where Europe's largest Wurlitzer, rescued in the 60s as the Trocadero Cinema at the Elephant and Castle in South London closed down, has recently been installed after a five-year restoration project by the Cinema…

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