UPDATE: This event has now been moved from Wednesday 5 July to Monday 3 July. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused. Please contact the Box Office with any booking enquiries.
1973 rocumentary Jimi Hendrix will be screened in the Elgar Room as part of the Hall’s Summer of Love: Revisited series.
Made three years after the guitarist’s untimely death, this film contains concert footage spanning his Marquee appearance in 1967 to his last UK performance at the 1970 Isle of Wight Festival, and also features appearances from the likes of Eric Clapton, Little Richard and Lou Reed.
This special screening will be hosted by director Joe Boyd, who will hold a post-screening Q&A about the film.
Hendrix gave some of his most legendary UK performances at the Hall and is immortalised in both graffiti form in the Hall’s Loading Bay and in Sir Peter Blake’s triptych of the venue’s notable performers, so this event in the Hall’s Elgar Room continues our long-standing association with one of music’s all-time greats.
Customers who have bought tickets to this event are able to receive a 20% discount in Café Bar. To redeem please show your ticket when ordering.
Café Bar is open from 7.30am until late on weekdays and from 9.30am until late on weekends.
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