Ulf Kjell Gür

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Ulf Kjell Gür (born 3 December 1951), is a Swedish theatre producer, filmmaker and singer-songwriter. Gür was artistic and managing director of the Gothenburg City Theatre 1992–1995, [1] CEO at Sandrews Teater AB (1995–1996), producer at Royal Dramatic Theatre, Stockholm 1997–2002 and also producer at the Boulevard theatre, Stockholm 2002–2006. He has been involved in several international theatre, dance and music productions/festivals. As a singer/musician he was active in Tom Trick 1979–1983 and later a founder member in the European music group NOWlab since 1985.


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  1. Göteborgs Stadsteater: Historik, accessed 25 May 2010 (in Swedish)