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Nick Heyward: Dominion, London

Mick Brown, The Guardian, 5 July 1983

ONE ALMOST fears for today's teenagers when someone as apparently anodyne as Nick Heyward becomes a teen idol. Whatever happened to insurrection, rebellion, young lust, the nervous dangerous twitch of adolescent appetite? Heyward looks as if he belongs to another, more innocent era; a product perhaps of Larry Parnes's fevered imagination; Cliff Richard off the bus from his Summer Holiday.

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