We are so excited for our second big announcement this week – the worldwide premiere of our documentary with Blue Hippo Media,
Long And Winding Road with Philip Selway (Radiohead)
which is taking place on Tuesday 21st of January in music venues around the country.
Long and Winding Road is feature documentary filmed over 2 years, including 2018 & 2019 Independent Venue Week celebrations, taking you on a very special journey into independent live music venues across the UK meeting those who run, work & play in them. You can catch the teaser here.
Additional contributions come from Nick Mason (Pink Floyd), Adrian Utley (Portishead), IDLES, Nadine Shah, Gaz Coombes, Novelist, Richard Hawley, Talk Show, Squid, Pip Blom, 100 Club, The Boileroom, John Peel Centre, Trades Club, Bush Hall, Brudenell Social Club, The Cookie, Moles Club, The New Adelphi Club, The Leadmill, 229 The Venue, Big Jeff (Bristol) & more.
There is a special premiere in London at Bush Hall which you can now buy tickets for here, which includes a live Q&A hosted by BBC 6 Music’s Steve Lamacq, who has championed Independent Venue Week from the start. He will be chatting to Philip Selway (Radiohead) who’s tour of #IVW19 features in the film as well as other contributors including Adrian Utley (Portishead) , Nadine Shah, Dominque Frazer of the Boileroom in Guildford, our Sybil Bell and director Pip Piper (Blue Hippo Media, creators of the acclaimed music documentary Last Shop Standing).
The documentary is also being screened in music venues around the country and you can get tickets for screenings at these locations for each venue’s website – Brudenell Social Club, The Lantern, Pilgrims Pit, Fulford Arms, The Boileroom, The Cookie, Trades Club, The New Adelphi Club. The Q&A will also be streamed into the other venues after the film.
The film will be in independent cinemas in Spring 2020 – more details to follow soon.