Malcolm Sircom

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Malcolm A. Sircom (1934 – 11 June 2008) was an English writer, musician, musical director and composer.

Biography[edit]

Born in 1934, Sircom grew up next to Highbury, the old home of Arsenal Football Club, of which he was an eager supporter. He was also a keen cricket player.

He attended Cambridge University. After graduation, he began working in theatre and particularly old time music hall where he met his first wife, actress Patsy Rowlands. They were divorced in 1967. In 1973, he married his second wife, actress Judith Boyd.[1]

He began writing school musicals in the 1990s and it is for this that he is perhaps best known. His shows are published by "Musicline School Musicals"

Death[edit]

Sircom died in 2008 in Derby, following a long illness. He was survived by his second wife, Judith, and his children Alan (from his first marriage) and Jamie and Kate (from his second marriage).

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