Belfast Telegraph

Sunday 21 September 2014

A sensational sing-a-long: Doris Day in song and on screen. Black Box, Belfast

There can be few more suitable ways to spend a chilly Sunday afternoon than swaying to the songs of silver screen sweetheart, Doris Day.

Or rather, in the company of Brigid O’Neill, who sang us through Doris’ many movie roles. A rendition of the incongruously wistful and sweet Que Sera, Sera, with almost everyone singing along, formed the most touching segment of a moving and sincere event.

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