To celebrate Vibraphonic Festival 2015, we’ll be screening some of our favourite movies about music.
Tickets just £5 per film or £8 for a double bill.
Booking a double bill online: add tickets for both films to your basket and a discount will automatically be deducted upon checkout.
Mon 16 Mar
20,000 Days On Earth (12)
The writer and musician Nick Cave marks his 20,000th day on Earth. Featuring cameo appearances from Kylie Minogue and Ray Winstone, this part-fictionalised documentary flits between neo-noir pastiche and ripe psychological melodrama, revealing intimate moments, musical performance and Cave’s reflections of his world.
Jimi: All Is By My Side (15)
Featuring André Benjamin (Outkast) as Jimi Hendrix, this engaging portrait of a musical legend portrays the early stages of Hendrix’s career, as well as broader issues of class and race in the 1960s.
Mon 23 Mar
Northern Soul (15)
An uplifting drama set within the Northern Soul musical phenomenon of the 60s and 70s which underscores the role of music as escapism from everyday working class life. An upbeat, irresistibly cool soundtrack accompanies this celebration of youth culture.
Get On Up (12A)
Guaranteed to get your feet tapping, this biopic of soul and funk superstar James Brown’s rise to fame features one of the year’s most outstanding performances from its lead Chadwick Boseman and is characteristically accompanied by a thrilling soundtrack.