The LUC Festival is extremely proud to present an exclusive screening of ace music documentary Anyone Can Play Guitar. Listed by NME as “One of the 20 music films you need to see” ACPG chronicles the height of the Oxford music scene as it spawned a generation of hugely successful bands including Ride, Supergrass and Radiohead. The screening will be part of a whole evening of fun at Leamington LAMP on Friday 27th September.
“Anyone Can Play Guitar is not like most music docs. Using the unheard stories of some of the greatest bands and the greatest stories of some of the unheard bands as the backdrop to a truly unique and epic saga of success, failure, good intentions and bad outcomes. It refuses to mythologise and explores what can be achieved with community and the harsh realities of the music industry.”
Following the screening there will be a Q&A with filmmakers Jon Spira and Hank Starrs, then the evening will be rounded off by a live performance from Not Right who will be interpreting some classics of the era covered in the film.
Plus of course there will be cinematic support by a bunch of ace short films competing in the LUC Short Film Prize
Films Start at 7.30pm sharp. Anyone Can Play Guitar will Screen at 8.30pm
Tickets for this fine event are just £5 and be purchased on the door, or if you want to make sure of your seat, can be purchase on-line by clicking right here.
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