Alt-Music Week!

This June, we’re bringing you a range of fantastic features in our mini music film festival!

Published 26 May 2022

Get into the groove and enjoy 2 tickets for £10. Perfect for a date night, or as a treat for yourself! Select 2 standard tickets at checkout for any of the following films and use the code MUSICFEST22 to redeem the offer. You can choose tickets for 2 different films, or buy 2 tickets for the same feature.

Wake Up Punk

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wake Up Punk

Joe Corré, son of punk visionaries Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren, burnt an estimated £5M worth of punk memorabilia in protest against the commodification of punk. Wake Up Punk takes this incendiary act and the questions it raises to explore the lifespan and true worth of punk – the 20th century’s most volatile movement.

June 11 | 8.30pm
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Ennio The Maestro

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ennio: The Maestro

From Oscar-winning director Giuseppe Tornatore (Cinema Paradiso), Ennio celebrates the life and legacy of the legendary Italian composer Ennio Morricone, who passed away on 6 July 2020. Through interviews with directors, screenwriters, musicians, songwriters, critics and collaborators, this documentary retraces the life and works of the cinema’s most popular and prolific 20th century composer.

12 June | 5.45pm
16 June | 12.30pm
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Casablanca Beats

 

 

 

 

 

Casablanca Beats

Anas, a former rapper, is employed in a cultural centre. Encouraged by their new teacher, the students will try to free themselves from the weight of traditions to live their passion and express themselves through hip-hop culture.

15 June | 8.30pm
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A-ha: The Movie

 

 

 

 

 

 

A-ha: The Movie

A-ha’s hit Take On Me is still one of the most played songs of the last millennium. This documentary follows the band over a period of four years, sharing the full story of how three young men followed their impossible dream of making it big. When Take On Me reached number 1 on Billboard in the US in 1985 that dream came true.

16 June | 8.30pm
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