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EAB News 2007-04-24: Esperanto concert promoted in Letchworth

Shopping Centre advertises Esperanto Event

Throughout Letchworth town centre, location of the forthcoming British Esperanto Congress, posters are advertising the concert in which Jomo will attempt to break his own world record.

The event is also featured as the "cover story" with this announcement on the website:

Guinness World Record Concert

Leys Square event Saturday 5th May 2007.

A French entertainer will attempt a new world record in Leys Square, Letchworth Garden City on Saturday May 5 from 12:30 pm, when he will sing 25 songs in 25 languages

Jean-Marc Leclercq, whose stage name is Jomo, was listed in the French edition of the Guinness Book of Records in 2000, as having sung 22 songs in 22 languages. "I am now going for a new world record, with 25 songs in 25 languages", he said.

Tickets to reserve a seat for the record attempt concert are available at £1 each from Letchworth Arts Centre (01462 670788). However, all are welcome to this amazing open-air event, which is being organised by the British Esperanto Congress, in association with Letchworth Town Centre Partnership and Garden Square Shopping Centre.

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