A. E. Housman

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English poet (1859-1936)

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Celebrate the life of AE Housman, author of 'A Shropshire Lad' who is one of the town's famous sons and the varied entertainment programme on offer at the arts centre Artrix.
As AE Housman wrote and with whose words I leap out of bed each morning (well, most mornings); The sun is up and up must I, to wash and dress and eat and drink and look at things and start to think and work and God knows why.
You don't need to have gone to a university of the calibre of Oxford or Cambridge to enjoy Tom Stoppard's play about poet and scholar AE Housman, but it would certainly help.
There would have been no question that Michael Owen would have represented Wales at soccer and AE Housman would have written "Llanc Sir Amwythig" rather than "Shropshire Lad"
Culture buffs will appreciate the celebration of AE Housman, author of A Shropshire Lad is one of the town's famous sons, as well as the varied programme on offer at the arts centre Artrix.
AE Housman, who penned A Shropshire Lad, waxed lyrical about the area's delights: In valleys of springs of rivers, By Ony and Teme and Clun, The country for easy livers, The quietest under the sun, Clunton and Clunbury, Clungunford and Clun, Are the quietest places Under the sun
He won a Tony award in 1976 for his role of Henry Carr in Tom Stoppard's Travesties, and was nominated for an Olivier Award in 1997 for the role of AE Housman in Stoppard's The Invention of Love.
This pretty town, so much at the heart of the epic poem-cycle A Shropshire Lad by AE Housman which has inspired so many composers, seems to breathe the quintessence of English poetry and music, and its attractions draw audiences, performers, writers and critics country-wide to this wonderful borderland country.
It is one of the Midlands' finest beauty spots, where the sound of bells ringing was once described as "a happy noise to hear" by Worcestershire poet AE Housman.