Punk legend Terri Hooley to attend Norwich screening of Good Vibrations
- Credit: Submitted - September 2013
A punk music 'legend' will be presenting a screening at Cinema City in Norwich next month.
Terri Hooley, a prominent figure in the Belfast punk scene and founder of the Good Vibrations record shop, will be presenting a screening of a film about his life as part of the Norwich Sound and Vision festival.
The film, also entitled Good Vibrations, is being screened at 6pm on Thursday, October 10. It will be followed by a Q&A with Mr Hooley, chaired by punk music pundit John Robb.
The film is set in Belfast in the 1970s, when the bloody conflict known as the Troubles shut down the city, and when Hooley decided to open his record shop.
The film stars Irish actors Richard Dormer and Dylan Moran.
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Tickets are available in person at the St Andrews's Street cinema's box office, by calling 0871 902 5724 or by going to www.picturehouses.co.uk
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