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Exeter Cathedral before a live performance by Show of Hands
England

This image was taken from the stage at Exeter Cathedral following the soundcheck for Show of Hands. The lighting and sound equipment was provided and rigged by Puxley (see www.puxley.com) and gives the Cathedral a completely different character, emphasising the outstanding architecture and history of this fine building.

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