When lively lounge singer Deloris Van Cartier (played Whoopi Goldberg) sees her mobster boyfriend commit murder, she is relocated for her protection. Set up in the guise of a nun in a California convent, Deloris proceeds to upend the quiet lives of the resident sisters.
In an effort to keep her out of trouble, they assign Deloris to the convent’s choir, an ensemble that she soon turns into a vibrant and soulful act that gains widespread attention.
It was a creative plot that cinema goers haven’t tired of since Sister Act was first released in local cinemas back in 1992. This month, it’s back on the big screen but with a twist, as one group of creatives add a new layer to the experience – live music!
The ‘sister act live’ choir joined Rosie Wright on Inspirational Breakfast…
Sara Ward began to grow veggies and keep hens as a hobby a decade ago, and now her home, Hen Corner, is a thriving business helping people live "the good life" in the city. She share with Esther Higham some tips for finding God in green space no matter how […]
Neither of the final two candidates to be our next Prime Minister profess a faith, so how should Christians choose between them? Christian MP Sir Gary Streeter looks ahead to the final stage of the Tory Leadership contest with Esther Higham and prays for the right outcome.