Saturday 23rd November 2013, 6pm
Themed club night & tribute to the iconic movie!
Live bands, DJ & a screening of Quadrophenia.
Live music from;
THE ATLANTIC’s – Playing the hits from the film including Louie Louie, You Really Got Me, Green Onions, Do Doo Ron Ron, Be My Baby, My Generation, Real Me, Bell Boy, etc.
Drew Stansall, DJ & ex saxophonist from THE SPECIALS/PRINCE BUSTER spinning the best in Ska, Two-tone, 60’s, Soul + Mod!
Special guests are THE STYLE SELEKTORS.
Film starts 6-30pm + DJ
First Live set 8-30pm – 9-10
Second (full Quadrophenia) set 9-30pm – 11pm
DJ till 12am
Free Secure Parking, Hot and Cold Food, Licensed Bar.
EMBRACE – MAGNETIC NORTH + A WITH BAND MEMBERS AT MOSTON SMALL CINEMA
EMBRACE, one of the biggest bands of the 2000’s are coming back after a 7 year hiatus with a brand new album called EMBRACE, scheduled for release in the UK on April 28th, 2014. After recently announcing their return, Yorkshire 5-piece Embrace, have produced the wonderful MAGNETIC NORTH – 50 minutes of exclusive footage of the band performing the new album in full during the recording sessions with the addition of an exclusive non-album track and three bonus acoustic tracks.
The Screening at Moston Small Cinema will be accompanied by a live Q&A with band MEMBERS.
With 3 number one albums, 6 top ten singles, sold out arena shows, over 2.5 million UK album sales and their last record achieving both #1 album and #2 single, Embrace were on the crest of a wave when they suddenly vanished without a trace. But now they are back with a new single and a fantastic new album conveying a more raw and darker sound whilst still keeping their signature anthems and huge choruses.
Embrace are brothers singer Danny McNamara and guitarist Richard McNamara, bassist Steve Firth, keyboardist Mickey Dale and drummer Mike Heaton and the band recorded the new record in their own studio in Halifax over the last three years.Last month, Embrace performed 4 intimate shows in Scotland and have recently announced a 10-date UK tour in May including two headline shows at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire with the tour kicking off in Liverpool on 9th May. The first London show sold out in minutes with a second night added straight away followed by further sell-outs in Manchester, Leeds & Liverpool.
This Event will take place in Moston Small Cinema
Martin Freeman plays Small Faces singer Steve Marriott
Watch Martin Freeman (Sherlock, The Hobbit) inhabit the role of mod music icon Steve Marriott in a new short film.
‘Midnight of My Life’ is set in July 1985 and while Rock and Roll’s great and good are strutting their stuff at Wembley for Live Aid, Steve Marriott is propping up the bar of a dingy pub in Putney waiting to play to a small crowd of boozers. While he waits for the rest of his band, bitter and drunk, an encounter with a young revival Mod restores Steve’s faith.
Phil Davis, best known as a British character actor of over 40 films from Quadrophenia to Vera Drake made his return to directing after 12 years to direct Freeman alongside Theo Barklem-Biggs (Kingsman: The Secret Service/The Inbetweeners Movie), Jack Baggs (Pride) and newcomer Elliot Brown.
Phil was coaxed back to directing by a script from new writer Nina Gersteberger and her producer Hatty Hodgson who met at London Film School.
Nina says of the script “Midnight is a film about integrity, about passion, about regrets and ultimately realising why you are doing what you are doing.”
Phil Davis said, “Steve Marriott was a brilliant songwriter, mean guitarist and had one of the all time great rock and roll voices. This little film is a fitting tribute to him and all the other talents who fell from grace but carried on playing because they loved it.”
A lifelong Marriott fan himself, Martin Freeman comments “Marriott has been a huge figure in my life since my teens. I think he had a funny relationship with fame and being a pop star, which I totally understand. I do a pretty mean Steve impression on left-handed air guitar, but miming right-handed with the real thing was a bit of a challenge!”
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Nina Gerstenberger – biography
Nina graduated with an MA in Screenwriting from the prestigious London Film School in 2008. Her writing has received award nominations at film festivals including Encounters International Film Festival and Kicks ‘n Flicks Football Film Festival.
In 2015 her short film script Midnight Of My Life about legendary musician Steve Marriott was produced, starring Martin Freeman and directed by Phil Davis.The film was shortlisted for a BAFTA and is successfully playing at various national and international film festivals.
A devoted music fan and musician herself, Nina also produced and directed a documentary about the vibrant mod scene in London today called We Are The Mods. More recently she has made a name for herself performing all over Manchester and producing various music videos for exciting new artists. Her debut single Miss Naysmith was released in 2015 and has been played on ALL FM and Salford City Radio.
Before the screening of Midnight of my Life, we will be screening another of Nina’s films, ‘We Are The Mods’.
WE ARE THE MODS explores London’s vibrant and cross-generational mod scene by taking a closer look at mod fashion, scootering, music and mod art. The film focuses on why people choose to be Mods and what being a Mod means to the individual. The doc features music by The Universal and Connett and interviews with Comedian Ian Moore, Small Faces & Mod expert John Hellier and The New Untouchables’ Rob Bailey.
Following both screenings, Nina & Special Guests will play a gig in the Small Cinema.
Free parking and Licensed bar.