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As usual, concert programmes were sold to the audience at 'A Passion Play' shows.
Thanks to Steve Davies, who scanned his copy, we are able to reproduce it here.

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front cover . insert between pages 2 and 3 - concert details
Inside front cover - about the band p3 - Ian . p4 - Martin p5 - Barrie
p6 - Ian p7 - Ian . p4 - Jeffrey p5 - John
p10 - Ian inside back cover - discography . back cover

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These images © 2003 NRT / S. Davies. Unauthorised reproduction prohibited - they are not in the public domain.

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