Take Three Girls:The Dolly Mixture Story + Lawrence of Belgravia (cert tbc) + Q&A with Paul Kelly

20:45 / Two new films from acclaimed artist and filmmaker Paul Kelly

4 November 2008
Frobisher Auditorium 1


Tickets:
Standard - 7.50 online (9.50 full price) / Barbican Members - 6.50 online (7.50 full price) / Concessions 7.50

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Two new films from acclaimed artist and filmmaker Paul Kelly (Finisterre), who takes part in a special Q&A after the films, with Dolly Mixtures Debsey Wykes and Rachel Bor.


Take Three Girls: The Dolly Mixtures Story

A girl group playing beautifully written pop at the end of the seventies, Dolly Mixture were almost ignored when the Slits' more angular approach was in vogue, yet became an inspiration to the Riot Grrl scene of the nineties.

UK 2008 Dir. Paul Kelly

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Lawrence of Belgravia

Birmingham-born Lawrence (no surname) formed Felt in 1980 and ten years later they had become a major influence on 'indie' bands. He then split Felt to start Denim and later Go Kart Mozart.

Wilfully eccentric, Lawrence had always seen himself as a major star, and is one of the greatest living songwriters never to appear on Top Of The Pops. Lawrence Of Belgravia may well explain why.

UK 2008 Dir. Paul Kelly

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Q&A with director Paul Kelly and Dolly Mixtures Debsey Wykes and Rachel Bor




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