This Friday, we’ll be performing at the Old Vic to raise money for the purchase of the Cube Cinema. It’s a special evening of acts playing and re-interpreting soundtracks from different films to enable to long-term use of Bristol’s most important venue and cultural centre. We’ll be playing sountracks from Hal Hartley films, with a number of special guest musicians, and will be sharing the stage with François for the first time since 2009, as he plays the soundtrack to Un Homme et une Femme.
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THE GREATNESS OF THE MAGNIFICENCE ORCHESTRA playing Ennio Morricone
FRANCOIS playing Un Homme Et Une Femme
PINCH & BASS CLEF playing Robocop
GOAN DOGS playing Edward Scissorhands
I KNOW I HAVE NO COLLAR playing OSTs from Hal Hartley’s films
Compered by DUDLEY SUTTON
Date: Friday 6th September 2013
At: Bristol Old Vic, King St, Bristol, BS1 4ED
Times: Doors open 6.30/Show Starts at 7pm
Tickets: Advance from Bristol Old Vic Box Office
0117 987 7877/ http://
£9 – very limited cheap seats
£14 – standard seats
£25 – super seats (includes limited edition poster)
£150 – VIP boxes (7 people per box, 2 x boxes only)
Lets All Buy The Cube TRAILER – https://www.youtube.com/
An epic night of musical attractions, famous OSTs, guest artists, huge orchestras and cult actors ALL upping the stakes and aiming to raise some much needed funds. All the money (barring a few essential costs) will go towards The Cube Cinema, Bristol’s legendary independent one stop culture centre, and its mission to buy the building that has been its homebase for the last 15 years, so it can proceed upon its inimitable and merry independent way.
The idea is pretty damn simple. A cluster of musicians from Bristol and beyond (but forever close to the Cube’s very heart and soul) will gather together to perform
a key Original Sound Track or selection of OSTs. Some may deviate from the original, putting their own wicked stamp on the music (The Cube has always loved a bit of doting sacrilege…), but the emphasis here is on soundtrack music that has swept these artists away, set free from its cinematic origin and given new wings on the Old Vic stage.
From simple beautiful minimalist pieces, through songs sung in French and thunderous urban sheets of sonic drama to the grand, emotional sweep of Morricone’s master works, this will be a evening of adventure, fun and passion.