Dr Arnold Loxam, one of the last great theatre organists, has died aged 93.
Dr Loxam played professionally until the age of 90, and was best known in Bradford for his 16 years at the helm of the Wurlitzer organ at the New Victoria, which became the Gaumont and later the Odeon.
A great loss for the organ world of a true genial gent who will be very sadly missed by many. Our sympathy and thoughts go to his family and friends.
Back to news...