Uptown Rockers Reggae Festival
Flipside London Tours, Music Film Network and Regent Street Cinema are delighted to announce the UPTOWN ROCKERS REGGAE FILM FESTIVAL taking place at the iconic Regent Street Cinema on the weekend of Saturday 17th and Sunday 18th September 2016.
The UPTOWN ROCKERS REGGAE FILM FESTIVAL brings some of the most iconic Jamaican and British feature films to the big screen alongside some great documentaries highlighting the birth of reggae in Britain and the career of legendary producer Bunny ‘Striker’ Lee. Saturday 17th will see a focus on Jamaica headlined by a rare cinema screening of the legendary The Harder They Come and Sunday will focus on Britain headlined by the 1980 classic Babylon and featuring a rare screening of Horace Ove’s 1971 Reggae.
Screenings will be accompanied by Q&As from some of the key players involved – the legendary Wilf Walker, original Notting Hill Carnival committee member and booker at Acklam Hall, with Pressure and star of Babylon, Trevor Laird both on Sunday 18th September – with more to be announced.
Notting Hill’s fabulous Dub Vendor will be providing sounds and djing at the cinema all weekend.
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Tickets and Day Passes
You can book tickets for the individual films through the links below, in person at our box office or over the phone: 0207 911 5050.
Day passes are £25 and give you access to all 3 films on that day, saving you £11. Simply pay for all the films in one transaction to get the discount automatically.