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Who is Dory Previn?
Acclaimed singer and storyteller Kate Dimbleby accompanied by Naadia Sheriff on piano and vocals, explore the extraordinary songbook & life of cult '70s songwriter Dory Previn. Dory was the queen of '70s confessional songwriters, married to composer Andre Previn who famously left her for a young Mia Farrow. She died on Valentine's Day 2012, following a 40 year career. From a traumatic childhood to Hollywood scandal and her subsequent mental breakdown, Dory used music to write herself sane and sought solace in uncompromising tales of love and loneliness. Including Lady with the Braid, Beware of Young Girls and Did Jesus Have a Baby Sister?, this tender look at Dory's fascinating life, and the music that marked it, showcases her little-known musical legacy of stunning songs that will resonate with all who hear them.
Archive :: production:T0750724791, play:S767955816, venue:V1384579886
Running time: 1hr 30mins (inc. interval). Age recommendation: 12+ (contains adult themes)
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