Joe Stilgoe: Songs on Film

Joe Stilgoe: Songs on Film

April 2017
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After two sell-out years at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the internationally acclaimed singer, pianist and entertainer Joe Stilgoe brings his smash-hit show to Oxford.

In Songs on Film, self-confessed film buff Joe raids his collection to pay tribute to some much-loved movies. He adds his own original and stylish orchestrations to some of the most memorable moments in cinematic history.

Joe and his remarkable band perform songs written for and inspired by some of the greatest films of the last century. From Hollywood’s golden age, to the classic films of the 1980s, to the work of Tarantino, Tati, Paramount and Pixar. Featuring all your popular film favourites, don’t miss this witty and theatrical night of music.

  • Tue 9 May 7:30 PM £18.00

Book Tickets

  • Tue 9 May 7:30 PM
£18.00
  • Sheer joy.
       
    Scotsman
  • A cool knowingness that is spot-on today.
       
    Observer
  • Dapper, handsome and quick-witted.
       
    Times

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