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No Comments 24 April 2014
Music and nightlife
Thurs May 15th
We’ve all missed out on concerts that will go down in musical history. The Stones first Hyde Park gig in 1969, Hendrix at the Isle of Wight Festival, pretty much any show by Chas ‘n’ Dave tribute act Daz ‘N’ Chave… But thanks to Cine-Gigs, run by Experience Cinema, you can relive golden musical performances on the big screen with these ‘concert-style’ screenings of classic shows. And we have two on offer just for you.
On May 10, you will have the chance to watch Freddie, Brian and co. rock the vast Népstadion stadium in Hungary during their classic 1986 concert, where 80,000 fans lapped up ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’, ‘Under Pressure’, ‘Seven Seas of Rhye’ and all the other hits. The show was taken from the last Queen tour to feature Freddie Mercury, making it poignant, powerful, viewing.
On Tuesday May 27, in support of the Amy Winehouse Foundation with all proceeds going to charity, you can see Amy Winehouse’s 2007 gig ‘I Told You I was in Trouble’ at The Jazz Cafe. Soak up a storming live show from the iconic singer, performing at Shepherd’s Bush Empire back in 2007 and featuring plenty of Winehouse’s timeless tracks, including ‘Back to Black’, ‘Valerie’ and ‘Rehab’.
Break out the fancy dress, grab that zippo in preparation to wave it like a true fan and enjoy the show.
Filmed in Texas during what was arguably The Stones’ heydey, this classic concert is full of footage of Mick, Keef and co. strutting their stuff via all the classics, including ‘Brown Sugar’, ‘Honkey Tonk Women’ and ‘Jumpin’ Jack Flash’.
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