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    Four special events in the Hall’s Elgar Room will showcase the work of subversive filmmaker Peter Whitehead as part of the venue’s Summer of Love: Revisited series.


    This evening will see a screening of London ’66–‘67, Whitehead’s film based on the early Pink Floyd EP of the same name.

    The 30-minute film shows Pink Floyd recording at Sound Techniques London and performing at the legendary UFO Club, a key venue of the counterculture movement which defined the city in the late 1960s.

    The screening will be accompanied by talks from early Floyd producer Joe Boyd and key counterculture figure Jenny Spires, alongside further discussion, chaired by music writer Jon Savage, from Peter Whitehead’s Assistant Director Anthony Stern, and the Royal Albert Hall’s Richard Dacre.


    Supported by De Montfort University’s Cinema and Television History Research Centre (CATH)
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