As part of our West End Festival mini-programme we’ll be presenting a late night cinema session at Glasgow’s Grosvenor Cinema. Join us from 8pm for some pre-cinema drinks and tunes, followed by a single or double feature of your choice.
Belle And Sebastian’s
‘POPCORN DOUBLE FEATURE’
Sat 11 June / £10 for double bill, £6.00 for single film
Belle and Sebastian present a night of movie magic in the Grosvenor Cinema with four films split over two screens. Join us in the Lane Bar from 9pm for warm-up drinks and DJ sets from Chris Geddes and Sarah Martin.
Tickets on sale from The Grosvenor Cinema website 12pm on Wednesday, May 4th, 2016.
Both films introduced by Stuart Murdoch and Stevie Jackson at 10pm.
DO THE RIGHT THING (1989) – 10.00pm
Spike Lee’s smart, spiky film about music, racism and the streets of New York.
BLOW-UP (1966) – 00.10am
Antonioni’s cult film from 1967 starring David Hemmings as the trendy London photographer who may have seen something sinister through his lens.
24 HOUR PARTY PEOPLE (2002) – 10.00PM
Directed by Michael Winterbottom, starring Steve Coogan as Manchester’s pop guru Tony Wilson. Introduced by Sarah Martin.
PERFORMANCE (1970) – 00.10am
Donald Cammell and Nicolas Roeg’s tale of an East London gangster (Edward Fox) hiding out in the house of a one-time rockstar (Mick Jagger). Introduced by Stuart Murdoch.