‘Quadrophenia’ Screening announced for Ealing Music & Film Festival

❉ A special screening of the iconic 1979 film as part of the seventh Ealing Music & Film Festival.

Hot on the heels of The Who’s announcement that they’re back in the studio for their first new studio album in 13 years and a tour to follow, Aim Publicity have confirmed Ealing Music & Film Festival’s screening of the seminal Quadrophenia as part of this year’s programme.

On the evening of 15th February, 7pm at Weston Hall, University of West London, in association with Ealing Classic Cinema Club there will be a screening the iconic 1979 film Quadrophenia from Pete Townshend and Franc Roddam starring Sting, Phil Daniels, Leslie Ash and Toyah Willcox, with music by The Who (certificate 18). The festival will also present a free screening of films by the talented students of UWL and MetFilm School on the evening of 13th February.

Returning for its seventh successive year in February 2019, the acclaimed Ealing Music & Film Festival will again celebrate Ealing’s cultural heritage with a delightful array of music from classical to blues alongside an eclectic film line up, to entertain and enrich audiences and will take place from 13th – 17th February 2019 with both free and paid for events happening across Ealing at venues including the University of West London, St Barnabas Church, The Brentham Club, St Mary’s Church and The MetFilm School. All this and more can be enjoyed at Ealing Music & Film Festival 2019.

❉ For more information, the full programme and tickets for all events please visit www.ealingmusicandfilmfestival.org

❉ Ealing Music and Film Festival is funded and organised by an independent Charitable Trust founded by local residents and supported by local business and community organisations.


❉ News source: Aim Publicity.

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