We're really pleased to be working again with film buff and all-round amazing Hannah Broadbent, who yet again has enabled us to be part of the fantastic Scalarama film festival.
Scalarama celebrates cinema every September, inviting everybody who screens films to others, to unite for a month of marvellous movies.
We're delighted to be showing this film about this underground Sheffield studio.
THERE ARE NO PHYSICAL TICKETS - YOUR NAME WILL BE ADDED TO OUR DOOR LIST. THIS EVENT WILL BE SEATED.
We will shut the shop at 5.30pm, reopening at 6 for a bit of extended shopping time - the event will begin at 6.30pm.
6pm - Doors
6.30pm - Live Set from Studio Electrophonique Singer James Leesley
7pm - Film Screening
8pm - Q&A Session with James Leesley and Director Jamie Taylor
An unassuming council estate semi in Sheffield was the location of an underground studio that nurtured a generation of superstars, such as ABC, The Human League, Heaven 17, Clock DVA and Pulp. A Film About Studio Electrophonique. This feature documentary, narrated by Sean Bean, uncovers the story of the Ballifield council-estate semi that housed Studio Electrophonique, the home studio owned by Ken Patten: panel beater, fly fisherman, water skier and midwife at the birth of electronic music in the North.
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