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- Aldeburgh (/ˈɔːlbərə/ AWL-bər-ə) is a North Sea coastal English town in the county of Suffolk, north of the River Alde. Its estimated po****tion was 2...
- The Aldeburgh Festival of Music and the Arts is an English arts festival devoted mainly to classical music. It takes place each June in the Aldeburgh area...
- the librettist and producer Eric Crozier, Britten founded the annual Aldeburgh Festival in 1948, and he was responsible for the creation of Snape Maltings...
- Aldeburgh Cinema is one of the oldest, continuously running cinema houses in the United Kingdom. It is located in the town of Aldeburgh, Suffolk. It has...
- Aldeburgh Music is a registered charity delivering music performance, artist development and education, located in converted Victorian malting buildings...
- acclaim for the Happy Days Enniskillen International Beckett Festival and Aldeburgh Music, respectively. Hunter is the daughter of Anna Katharine (née Gow)...
- Baron on 30 August 1391. William de Aldeburgh, 1st Baron Aldeburgh (died 1387) William de Aldeburgh, 2nd Baron Aldeburgh (died 1391) Leigh Rayment's Peerage...
- The Aldeburgh branch line was a railway branch line linking the town of Saxmundham on the East Suffolk line and the seaside resort of Aldeburgh. There...
- Aldeburgh, 2nd Baron Aldeburgh (bef. 1358 – 20 August 1391) was a British peer, the son of William de Aldeburgh, 1st Baron Aldeburgh. Baron Aldeburgh...
- and archaeologist who holidays in "Seaburgh" (a disguised version of Aldeburgh, Suffolk) and inadvertently stumbles across one of the three lost crowns...