Well ladies and Gentleman, (Brothers and Sisters in this case…)
For our second Pie&Film showing we thought we would celebrate the vinyl revival legend that is Jack White and his second solo release Lazaretto (Released the following day).
We are showing the uplifting, heartbreaking WHITE STRIPES tour documentary UNDER THE GREAT WHITE NORTHERN LIGHTS on Sunday, June 8th at 7pm.
We are showing the film for free, but to book your seat you just need to order a Pie and mash meal for £6.95. We will also be selling very special desserts, drinks and Sweetie Pie Gluten-Free Vegan Bakery of Southsea providing luxury, White Stripe themed, original popcorn!
We will also be selling the White Stripes back cat on LP as well as the soundtrack to the film which contains some amazing live performances.
To book your reservations select your pie choice from the MENU on the website. With your choice handy, email [email protected] or call the store on 02392 753914 with your selection.
We ask you to come to the store at 6:30pm to collect and pay for your food, choose any extra’s and then be shown to your seat. We will show the film at approx 7:00pm when everyone is seated.
If you would like to reserve a copy of Jack Whites Lazaretto visit the’MUSIC’ section of our website, or click here: http://www.pieandvinyl.co.uk/music/jack-white-lazeretto-released-090612/
More details on the film below.
Oh yes, for giggles..Free drinks for anyone who dresses up as Jack or Meg:)
Trailer here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eYGt3i1DjFA
In 2007 the legendary American duo White Stripes toured Canada. Besides playing the usual venues they challenged themselves and played in buses, cafés and for Indian tribal elders. Music video director Emmett Malloy followed the band and managed to capture both the special tour, extraordinary concert versions of the band’s minimalist, raw, blues-inspired rock songs and the special relationship between the extroverted Jack White and the introspective Meg White – a formerly married couple who for a long time claimed to be siblings. The film makes striking use of the band’s concert colors: red, white and black.