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Free Screening Sex, Drugs & Rock & Roll January 5th 6.30pm
Free Screening Sex, Drugs & Rock & Roll January 5th 6.30pm

Free Screening Sex, Drugs & Rock & Roll January 5th 6.30pm

Tomorrow we are once again screening a movie for free and before its general release. We have a small allocation of tickets for each of the cinemas below for non-subscribers.

Locations: Birmingham, Cardiff, Gateshead, Glasgow Quay, Leeds/bradford, Leicester, Liverpool One, London- Greenwich, London-covent Garden, Manchester (printworks), Norwich, Sheffield, Southampton, Whiteleys, Wimbledon

If you would like to join us then please book using the password TIMESPLUS at the link below:

offersinthetimes.com/cul…php

Sex & Drugs & Rock& Roll tells the story of Ian Dury (Andy Serkis), lead singer of the Blockheads who, severely disabled by polio as a boy, defied the odds to become one of Britains most original and influential singer-songwriters. Artist, actor, the Godfather of punk, husband, lover and errant father, Ian Dury was the man who put the phrase Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll into the English language. Bill Milner plays Ians son Baxter with Olivia Williams as his first wife Betty, Naomie Harris plays Ians on-off girlfriend Denise and Tom Hughes plays Chaz Jankel, Ians songwriting partner in the Blockheads. The cast is rounded out by Toby Jones as Hargreaves, the young Ians tyrant schoolmaster, Noel Clarke as sound engineer Desmond, Mackenzie Crook as Russell, Ians bandmate in the Kilburn & the High Roads and Ray Winstone as Ians dad Bill.

Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll is in cinemas from January 8th but Times readers can watch it at our exclusive previews at 6.30pm on Tuesday, January 5th.

8 Comments

Thanks Jessmach - managed to get 2 for Cardiff

Original Poster

Glad I could help!

Got 2 in Glasgow, thanks!

Leicester full. Heat added :thumbsup:

One thing I have noticed it that in the confirmation email it states you need a times + card. I am guessing that this is just a mistake as you say it is ok for non-subscribers to go?

Original Poster

Hmm I have been before and not needed a card and as you say it does state "non-subscribers" - maybe someone else can shed more light on this?

Any idea on the need for a card?

went to see it tonight and both my friend and thought it was well made. character-driven story and the actor playing Ian D was good in it. the graphic direction style and editing worked well, and fluid, and showed the influences without glossing it over. could have been a music video for the titles i guess.

no card id asked at greenwich.

thanks again OP.
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