Everything: The Real Thing Story

Fuse Cinema, Prudhoe   /   Thursday 26th March 

The story of Britain’s first black music revolution.

The national press dubbed them ‘The Black Beatles’, the other musical quartet from Liverpool who became the UK’s most enduring soul and funk act ever – The Real Thing.

 

The group dominated the international charts throughout the 1970s and 1980s with iconic songs like You to Me Are Everything and Can You Feel the Force, but the band’s meteoric success was also tempered with personal tragedy.

 

Narrated by Jacob Anderson (Game of Thrones), Simon Sheridan’s fascinating new documentary charts the story of Britain’s first black music revolution.

When and where

  • Date: 26 March

  • Time: 20:00

  • Price: £7 / £6

  • Venue: Fuse Cinema, Prudhoe

 

Book tickets

Tickets available from Fuse Cinema.

Fuse Cinema, Fuse Media Centre, Moor Road, Prudhoe, NE42 5LJ

​About the film

  • Year: 2019

  • Director: Simon Sheridan

  • Country: UK

  • Run Time: 94 mins

  • BBFC: 15

Community organisation information​

 

Fuse Cinema was launched in March 2014 to provide a wide range of films, and the best of the latest cinema releases, all at an affordable price. They screen films on two or three Saturdays each month. The cinema is managed by Fuse Community Cinema CIC volunteers.

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Tyne Valley Film Festival is supported by Forum Cinema Hexham and Northumberland County Council, and is part of Great Northumberland’s Winter Festival 2020.

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