“A barnstorming, passionate performance from Andy Serkis brings 1970s music legend Ian Dury stunningly back to life in this gutsy biopic, written by Paul Viragh, directed by Mat Whitecross and produced by Serkis himself. It’s obviously a labour of love, but it never looks laborious. Dury was the singer-songwriter and pugnacious polio survivor who in the glorious anyone-can-have-a-go era of punk became a mega-star. Andy Serkis’s recreation of Dury gave me goosepimples, and his vocals – Serkis himself sings all the classic tracks with the real band, the Blockheads – are eerily good.”
(Peter Bradshaw in The Guardian)
Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll is the first Moving Image screening at Philip Road Wivenhoe on Saturday 2nd October. Doors open at 7pm and the show starts at 7.30 You can buy tickets on the door price £4 plus a £1 temporary guest membership. Tickets are £3 to members and you can become a member on the door (but please be considerate if there are other people queueing for tickets). Further details of benefits etc. can be seen on the Membership page.