The Rest Is History: The Early Days Of Drum & Bass

Events Temporarily Postponed

Thu 01 Jan 1970

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DOC’N ROLL FEST

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5.30pm

The Rest Is History: The Early Days Of Drum & Bass

*Subject to a £1.50 ticketing system charge. We don’t charge this to make a profit. Find out more >>

Events Temporarily Postponed

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DOC’N ROLL FEST

The Rest Is History: The Early Days Of Drum & Bass (CTBA)

+Q&A and After Party

Dir. Peter Costigan
2019 | 111 mins | Canada


TICKET PRICES:

  • £8* – Standard
  • £5* – Student / Under 25
  • £21* – 3 film tickets for £21

From the days of illegal raves to the dark club sounds of Optical and Ed Rush, The Rest Is History is a look back at the early years of Jungle and Drum & Bass music, how it developed, and the culture that surrounded it. 

With interviews from some of the original pioneers (Micky Finn, Ray Keith, Dillinja, Ragga Twins, Paul Ibiza, G.Q,) the viewers get an intimate look into the creation of this beloved underground art form like never before.


PART OF DOC’N ROLL FEST

Doc’n Roll is the UK’s Music Documentary Film Festival. It celebrates music subcultures by providing a unique platform to support the wealth of creative, compelling and unforgettable documentaries that celebrate the performers, labels, scenes and stories.

Doc’n Roll are passionate about independent film and music across all genres, and provide audiences with the opportunity to watch these films as they were designed to be watched: LOUD. Doc’n Roll Film Fest launched in 2014, convinced it was time to show some love to the under-the-radar music docs that all too often were being ignored. 

Doc’n Roll Film Festival is supported by the BFI using funds from the National Lottery to grow audience appetite and enjoyment for a wide range of independent British and international films.



VENUE: EXETER PHOENIX, STUDIO 74

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