Showroom Cinema announces programme of
music films as part of Tramlines Festival
Cinema and Tramlines Festival are excited to launch a new partnership, bringing
an exclusive hand-picked programme of some of the most exciting music films of
2016 to this year’s festival.
documentaries to concert footage to sound tracked feature films and spanning
genres from indie to hip-hop, jazz, folk, reggae and world music, the programme
includes Suede: Night Thoughts followed
by Q&A with the band, NG83: When We
Were B Boys (featuring a very young Goldie), Where You’re Meant to Be plus Q&A with Aiden Moffat (Arab
Strap), Lee Scratch Perry’s Vision of Paradise, the Northern Premiere of Songs From Lahore and a special
screening of the Grammy Award winning Purple
Rain in memory of Prince.
Director Sarah Nulty says:
“In a city full of amazing
venues, the Showroom is one of our best-loved and most important cultural
spaces. We're delighted to be partnering with the people behind such a
cutting-edge and innovative film programme, as well as offering Tramlines-goers
the opportunity to enjoy something beyond the music.”
screenings will be open to Tramlines wristband and pass holders. BUY YOURS HERE. There are a
limited number of tickets available for individual films which can be purchased
from the Showroom Box Office and website. Entry to the Showroom Café Bar will
be free during the festival.