Rock and roll icons The Rolling Stones have been chronicled in a new film which documents key periods in their five decades in the music business and it is being released tomorrow at the London Film Festival,
QUAD will be hosting the worldwide premiere in Derby, live via satellite, from London and the event will feature live footage from the red carpet at the BFI festival prior to the screening.
The Rolling Stones: Crossfire Hurricane combines extensive unseen archive footage, live performance material and news archive and interviews with Mick, Keith, Charlie, Ronnie and former Stones Bill Wyman and Mick Taylor and can be seen on Thursday (October 18) at 6pm. Tickets are: £12.50 and £11.50 concessions.
The documentary takes its title from the opening lines of Jumping Jack Flash and can also be seen at Cineworld in Chesterfield and Showcase de Lux and the Odeon in Derby.