Edinburgh Showcase 1997-2007 – Celebrating 10 Years of New UK

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Publication celebrating the showcase in the decade 1997-2007. Newspaper-style publication in large folder.

Artist / Author Various
Editor John Daniel, Cathy Gomez
Publisher British Council
Reference P2058
Date 2007
Type Publication

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