MVH: Bohemian Rhapsody-Fri 17 May

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MVH-Bohemian Rhapsody

A foot-stomping, biographical film telling the story of the rock band Queen's frontman, Freddie Mercury, brilliantly portrayed by actor Rami Malek. It charts the singer's life from just before he joined the band in 1970 to the outstanding 1985 Live Aid performance at Wembley Stadium.

Freddie challenged stereotypes and shunned convention to become one of the world's most iconic entertainers. Through their unique songs and revolutionary sound the band saw spectacular success. However, Freddie was surrounded by darker influences and wanted to pursue a solo career, which led to both personal and professional challenges.
Also stars: Lucy Boynton Gwilym Lee, Ben Hardy, Tom Hollander and Allan Leech.
Doors open at 7.00pm; show starts at 7.30pm in the village hall. Refreshments are on sale. Tickets £7 are available at the door.

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