Immerse your soul in great films and live music in Green Man's own silver screen this summer!
Grab yourself a cider and lose yourself in a darkened room with a weird and wonderful line-up of classic films and must-see live music as the Cinema Tent joins the Green Man’s 10th birthday celebrations.
Our old pals The Fence Collective take over the Cinema Tent on Friday with Too Late In The Day – three hours of gorgeous post-folk VHS nostalgia featuring Rozi Plain, Eagleowl and (naturally) some very special guest acoustic appearances.
Then, on Saturday, brace yourself for an afternoon of brilliant live bands and visceral visuals in Casey & Ewan’s Crystal Massage For The Eyes, with sets from Jemma Roper, Them Squirrels, Victorian English Gentleman's Club, Meanz Heinz and Lovely Eggs.
There are must-see screenings of recent releases Searching For Sugarman and Apocalypse: A Bill Callahan Tour Film, two late night double bills of Hammer Horror classics, plus archive documentaries from the vaults of the British Film Institute and some special showings yet to be announced.
Selected Cinema Tent Highlights:
Apocalypse: A Bill Callahan Tour Film A rare glimpse through the tour bus windows of one of America’s most important songwriters.
Children’s Film Foundation Retro kids films including The Salvage Gang, Operation Third Form and Night Ferry
Roll Out The Barrel: The British Pub On Film A collection of short films from the archives of the British Film Institute celebrating the public house.
Join Fence Records for an evening of dense, Scotch-mist flavoured jiggery pokery. There'll be some special acoustic appearances from familiar faces, and perhaps a few golden VHS memories of the ghost of Fence past.
Searching For Sugarman Two fans travel the world to track down Rodriguez – the cult Mexican-American singer who played Green Man 2009.
The Land That Time Forgot Cult classic mid-seventies fantasy/adventure film based upon the 1924 novel by Edgar Rice Burroughs.
Hammer Horror Christopher Lee stars in the bloodcurdling Dracula: Prince Of Darkness, plus The Plague of Zombies, Quartermass and The Reptile.
The Lacey Rituals/The Bruce Lacey Experience Rarely screened films and TV shows from one of Britain’s great visionary talents.