' Norma Miles revelled in magnificent malevolence as The Wicked One of The West and used height and gesture to great effect...' I also liked the way you even acted with your feet at one point. You do have a good presence on stage and employ your build and movement to
Hattie's style moves smoothly from the intentionally vulnerable to the sexily snazzy while, whether it be popular or classical, the eclectic Brian is always impressively laid back
Promus and Proma
Kate Philp, Pier Red, Berwick, November 2013.
Like being at the movies.
Bart Lievens, Vintage Valentine, The Cobbles, Kelso, February 2014.
Norma's singing voice is truly special and Brian is a skilled musician who can make the guitar talk. An unforgettable evening's entertainment.
T. Boult, James Pond Murder Mystery, Pier Red, January 2014.
Mad Hattie and the Eclectic Guitarist gave a wonderful performance for us and our guests back in May. We received lovely feedback from those who came. It was a very relaxed evening and the movie music quiz was an excellent idea for engaging the audience, a very nice touch. Many thanks again.
The Clovenfords Country Inn.
We had the pleasure to see Mad Hattie and the Eclectic Guitarist at the Clovenfords Inn. We were transported by their music and costumes to an era of glamour and fun. It was an enjoyable and varied evening.
Lisa Wakeford, Mad Hattie goes to the Movies, May 2014.
...looked and sounded great the other day. Really enjoyed it!
Philip Stuckey, Newcastle House Hotel, Rothbury Vintage Fair, June 2014.