Tina

Tina Fifteen

In 1981, Tina Turner was interviewed by People Magazine. Five years earlier, she had divorced Ike Turner, her husband and musical partner for 16 years, and almost no one knew why. Her harrowing account of the abuse and torture she had lived through and the literal escape she made one night after years of trauma would fuel, along with her undeniable talent, one of the most phenomenal comebacks in music history. It made her a cultural symbol of strength and resilience to her fans around the world. Incorporating a wealth of never-before-seen footage, this revealing feature documentary recounts the story behind the public face of a woman still struggling to be released from the past.

Show times

Calendar Date & Time

Fri 10 December 2021, 7.30pm

Interval

There will be an interval during this film

Pin Location

Staunton-on-Wye Village Hall
HR4 7LR

North Herefordshire

Phone Enquiries

01981 501031

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Bread & Cheese supper, bar and refreshments

Ticket Tickets

Adult: £4.00

Child: £2.00

Family: £10.00

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