Van Gogh’s last days depicted in a unique hand-painted animation echoing the painter’s style.
“A beautifully textured tribute.Â ” The Telegraph
Adolescent girls in a Confederate school shelter a wounded Union soldier during the American Civil War. Tension, jealousy and betrayal ensue.
“A tremendously watchable movie, a drama-thriller with subtle touches.” The Guardian
The much-heralded and anticipated 2017 film about one
of Britain’s most important wartime events. A star-studded cast giving fine performances and terrific cinematography creates an absorbing experience.
Directed by Christopher Nolan
“Meticulous and mesmerising.” Empire (5-stars)
Music in the Hall is proud to feature one of the country's rising talents, Jo Harman in an intimate duo setting.
Also on tonight's bill are local singer Esther Turner, who is receiving great plaudits wherever she plays across the UK, and two young musicians at the start of their careers, Bewdley's own Mayfli, the current Wyre Forest Young Musicians of the Year.
This is what people are saying about Jo:
"Sometimes you hear a voice that leaves you speechless" – Huey Morgan, Fun Loving Criminals, on his BBC Radio 2 show
"On course to be the finest UK female blues soul voice" – Gavin Martin, Daily Mirror
"Cracking rootsy blues singer well known to festival audiences" – Mail On Sunday
"What a voice!" – Classic Rock Magazine
"Stunning. Harman’s music mainlines the human soul" – Classic Rock Blues Magazine
It was my great privilege to work with her. Listening to her
interpretative one of my songs was a spiritual experience" – Michael
McDonald (Soul superstar and Doobie Brothers frontman)
this lady to be one of the finest singers this country has to offer! She
really is tremendous! I hope our paths cross again" – Rag N Bone Man
exquisite album rooted in the classic, timeless music of past
generations, and quite possibly the finest blue eyed soul vocal
performance you’ll hear all year." – Get Ready To Rock
"Jo mines pop, soul and gritty blues with conviction" – The Daily Mirror