ROCK fans have a one off chance to see the new film about Canadian band Rush.
The exclusive showing of Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage is at Huddersfield Odeon tonight at 8.30pm.
The film, which features never seen before footage and interviews, explores the forty year career of one of the world’s biggest cult bands.
The showing at the Bradley Mills cinema, the only one in West Yorkshire, was secured after general manager and Rush fanatic Cliff Baillie campaigned distributors to let him show it. Tickets: 0871 2244007.
NINETIES chart toppers The Lightning Seeds have been lined up for a free festival in Rochdale. The Britpop stars will headline the main stage at the Rochdale Feel Good Festival on Saturday, August 14. Other acts announced for the two-day event beginning the previous Friday are The Herbaliser and Kirsty Almeida. www.rochdale.gov.uk/events
BLOC Party lead singer Kele Okereke is taking time out from the band to explore new territory as a solo artist. He is playing The Cockpit, Leeds, on July 1 to promote his imminent debut album, The Boxer (released June 21st), described as booty-bouncing electro beats with pop, r&b and disco.