Doc'n Roll returns for its 2nd Nottingham edition with a thrillingly eclectic programme, running from 27th to 29th March at the beloved Broadway cinema.
Doc'n Roll Nottingham looks forward to screening 5 features, each providing a fascinating doorway into a musical world. Join us as we witness the births of movements both musical (UK Drum & Bass and the mysterious Synthwave) and political (antifascist protest group Rock Against Racism), travel to Zambia for the resurrection of a forgotten rock icon, and go behind-the-scenes with living legend David Crosby.
As ever, this year's programme is set to dazzle music lovers, entertain documentary devotees and break down boundaries, shining a light on musical outliers and the pioneers who have proved that music is a universal language of hope and inclusion.
The Rest is History: The Early Days of Drum & Bass + Q&A with James Busby (founder of Detonate) and Colin Steven (author of State of Bass) + Plates Records takeover of Broadway café til late! (Nottingham Premiere): Broadway Cinema - 27th March at 20:00
The Rise of the Synths (Nottingham Premiere): Broadway Cinema - 28th March at 13:00
White Riot + Q&A with Ruth Gregory, founding member of Rock Against Racism + Afterparty at Broadway café (Nottingham Premiere): Broadway Cinema - 28th March at 20:00
David Crosby: Remember My Name (Nottingham Premiere): Broadway Cinema - 29th March at 15:00
WITCH (Nottingham Premiere): Broadway Cinema - 29th March at 20:00