Should you feel the urge to see the film one more time on the big screen, there is a showing of Quadrophenia coming up in Norwich.
We have mentioned this previously, but we now have more details about the general release of the Lambert & Stamp movie. In fact, we might even have a review up before it hits the big screen.
Well, the wait is over and the Northern Soul film is almost ready to hit the big screens nationwide. Is it any good? The Scenester has been lucky enough to attend an early screening of the much-anticipated movie. Here are his thoughts…
Fans of the movie might want to know about a Quadrophenia screening plus Q&A with cast and crew at Cine Lumiere, London SW7. Oh yes, we’ve wangled a big discount code for tickets too.
Style doesn’t really date – and style oozes from Plein Soleil (1960), which is getting a cinema outing and a blu-ray reissue, the latter for the very first time.
Not sure it’s been advertised all that much, but starting in March is a Peter Cook season at the BFI, featuring a couple of cracking movies.
Fancy watching The Avengers on the big screen? You can on Wednesday 30th November at The Avengers 50th Anniversary Evening.
Let’s start with the thing we do know about, that being a screening of Quadrophenia in London with director Franc Roddam.