The Radio Times wrote up their summary of a remarkable weekend at The Royal Albert Hall when 5 of our choir took part in the War Horse performance of the BBC Proms.
A cannon blasted out of the arena floor and the Military Wives made their debut in the gods.
Their leading light, Gareth Malone climbed a small ladder to a podium almost as if going over the top. Now you may find his zeal somewhere on the spectrum between inspirational and incredibly annoying, but he’d achieved much here with these ladies, who were in fine voice for three songs from the Home Front by Elgar and Holst, and a hymn by Proms founder Henry Wood.
You can read the full write up here.