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Award winning chanteuse, Christine Bovill returns for her fourth visit to The Queen’s Hall.

The Glasgow-born singer has built her reputation on her interpretation of classic 20th century songs. With the release of 'Derby Street' and 'The Sentence That I Serve' she revealed a major talent as a songwriter. Her work has been used on stage, tv and film.

In a year whose highlights include an international theatre tour of her Piaf and Paris shows, coupled with the launch of her new show at the Edinburgh Fringe, Christine will perform an intimate evening of song. Expect a vibrant and original collection of bittersweet ballads, alongside infectious folk-rock and Chanson - all bound together by her remarkable voice.

Presented by The Queen's Hall. Supported by Sam Breadon in memory of his late wife Renate.

“Bovill is a great storyteller and she brings the songs to life with terrific panache and dramatic flair.”

(The Scotsman)

“Something that will stay with you for the rest of your life... I wasn’t prepared for the effect her voice would have on me.”

(Sunday Times)

Christine Bovill