ORGANISERS of the popular Music in the Hall series have promised February's event will not be one to miss.

Headlining the event at at St George's Hall on Friday, February 3, is Amanda Rheaume and her band.

Ottawa-based Amanda has a formidable reputation as a performer and her live gigs across Europe and the UK during her tour in the last few weeks are receiving tremendous plaudits, and her visit to Bewdley is the penultimate performance of her tour.

With her latest album "Holding Patterns" currently riding high in Canadian charts, this a very timely opportunity to see an artist at the peak of their powers and it is certain that this is going to be another magical evening at St George's Hall.

Amanda has won many accolades during her career so far, and at the prestigious 2014 Canadian Folk Music Awards, Amanda - who is of Métis heritage - was named as Aboriginal Songwriter of the Year for her album "Keep a Fire".

The evening will be opened by monthly youth act Grace Winterburn and Abby Foxall - from the Bewdley School and Sixth Form Centre, while the main support will be provided by Mark Leedham, originally from Cookley. Mark and his band have a great reputation for delivering rich and diverse sets.

Tickets for the show on February 3, are £8 for adults and £5 for under 18s.

They are available to buy from the St George's Hall cafe, or by visiting or