All My Life’s Buried Here – The Story of George Butterworth
Directed by Stewart Hajdukiewicz, UK, 97 mins, 2019
For the first time in a documentary film, here is the compelling story of the English composer, George Butterworth who met a tragic end on The Somme in 1916. He left behind a handful of still popular works such as 'The Banks of Green Willow' and 'Rhapsody, A Shropshire Lad', and an impressive collection of traditional songs and dances gathered on trips into rural England.
The director will attend both screenings to participate in audience Q&A.
The film includes an interview with the late Professor Alun Howkins, historian, south Norfolk resident and former Trustee of Diss Corn Hall.
This is a dementia friendly screening and is supported by Diss Cyclathon.
If you have access issues please contact the Box Office on 01379 652241 to complete your booking so we can ensure that your visit is as comfortable and safe as possible. Due to fire safety requirements we have a limit on how many wheelchair spaces we can accommodate so these need to be reserved in advance to avoid disappointment.