Cameron Lloyd takes you back to the hey day of the theatre organ with toe tapping favourites from yesterday and today.
Cameron taught himself to play after his parents bought him a Wurlitzer electronic organ as a child. He then become hooked on the theatre organ following a Tower Ballroom Blackpool at the age of 12.
Since then he has played in venues across the country including the Civic Hall Wolverhampton, the Tower Ballroom Blackpool and Bilston Town Hall. He has also been appointed a Vice President of the Harworth Christie Organ Enthusiasts as well as Chairman of the Shropshire Theatre Organ Trust where he also heads the technical team looking after the Wurlitzer.
The Assembly Hall’s Wurlitzer Theatre organ is one of Worthing’s hidden treasures. With over 2000 pipes playing the theatre organ is a complex task, but in the hands of the top artists playing the Wurlitzer this year you will hear the full majesty of this wonderful instrument.
The splendid acoustics of the Assembly Hall complement the bright sounds from the pipes and tuned percussion instruments within the organ.