Rockonteurs To Present ‘Quadrophenia’ Screening & Live Podcast Episode
Gary Kemp and Guy Pratt will be recording a special edition of their acclaimed Rockonteurs podcast Live at Battersea Power Station in London after a Live screening of the legendary film Quadrophenia on 22 February, with special guests, director Franc Roddam and the star of the film, Phil Daniels.
Based on the widely acclaimed 1973 rock opera album of the same name by The Who, Quadrophenia is the story of 60s teenager Jimmy, who slaves away in a dead-end job but after work shops for tailored suits and rides his scooter as part of the happening London Mod scene. The film, which first appeared in cinemas in 1979, stars Phil Davis, P.H. Moriarty, Ray Winstone, Timothy Spall, Peter McNamara, John Altman, Phil Daniels, Sting and Leslie Ash. Written by Pete Townshend, Franc Roddam, Martin Stellman, Dave Humphries, Alan Fletcher, Chris Stamp.
An ‘Event + Reception’ ticket also includes a post screening reception with 2 free drinks at the Members Bar. Tickets for the event are now available. The screening will take place from 7pm on Thursday, 22 February on the 3rd Floor in Turbine Hall B of Battersea Power Station complex.
Rockonteurs is a podcast all about the real stories behind real music. Presented by Spandau Ballet’s Gary Kemp, who wrote and performed megahits like Gold and True, and Guy Pratt, a bass player who shaped songs for the likes of Madonna and Pink Floyd, you’ll hear exclusive stories of life on the road, in the studio and what really happened behind the scenes from artists who wrote, performed and produced the some of the biggest classic rock and pop tracks of all time.
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