Inspired by worldwide sensation of armed forces spouses choirs, the story commemorates a band of misfit females who develop a choir on a military base. As unexpected bonds of relationship flourish, songs as well as laughter change their lives, aiding each other to overcome their anxieties for loved ones in fight.
Trivia: Inspired by the BBC documentary series, "The Choir: Military Wives". The series followed the progress of choirmaster Gareth Malone visiting various military bases around England to form choirs, in order to help bring together the remaining wives and partners of serving military personnel. Malone formed the first choir at RMB Chivenor, and another at the Royal Citadel in Plymouth. The series brought the two choirs together to perform "Wherever You Are", a song created by Welsh composer, Paul Mealor from extracts of letters sent between the military wives and their serving partners. This was performed at the Royal Albert Hall in November 2011 for The Royal British Legion's Festival of Remembrance. Since the series end, more than 75 military wives choirs have been formed, and they are now a registered charity.
Also Known As: The Singing Club
Mrs. Taylor's Singing Club
¡Que suene la música!
Choeur de femmes
(Canada, French title)
Épouses de militaires
(Belgium, French title)
Release Date: May 22, 2020
Writers: Rachel Tunnard, Rosanne Flynn
Runtime: 112 mins
Production Co: 42, Ingenious Media, Koliko Films