Sleaford Mods Share ‘Invisible Britain’ Trailer And Screenings

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A Documentary Film By Nathan Hannawin And Paul Sng.

Nottingham rapping post-punks Sleaford Mods’ upcoming documentary Invisible Britain is part band doc, part exploration of the class inequality in the UK. It follows the duo on a recent tour of the UK and visits many places that have been forgotten, and many would rather ignore wholeheartedly.

The doc is inspired by the likes of Patrick Keiller’s Robinson Trilogy, the wanderings of Iain Sinclair, and the biting J.G. Ballard quote, “The future is just going to be a vast, conforming suburb of the soul”. It was directed by Nathan Hannawin and Paul Sng, and combines conversations with and live footage of the band, interviews with fans, and explores what communities are doing to battle ‘austerity’.

The film is screening in Nottingham and London this October with live Q&A’s with the directors. Tickets for the London screening at the Doc’n Roll Film Festival at the Picturehouse Central cinema on Saturday 3rd October at 3pm are available for £15 here.

Tickets for the Broadway Cinema show in Nottingham screening at 8pm on Saturday October 10th are £12 (£10 concessions). Jason Williamson from Sleaford Mods will also be taking part in the Q&A at the Broadway.

Catch Sleaford Mods live.

Please note that most of these dates are about to sell out and are down to the last 50. Get tickets now.

SEPTEMBER
23rd Manchester, Ritz
24th Carlisle, Brickyard
25th Newcastle, Northumbria Uni
28th Leeds, Irish Centre
29th Birmingham, Institute

OCTOBER
1st Cardiff, Y-Plas
2nd London, Forum
4th Bristol, Bierkeller – SOLD OUT
5th Bournemouth, Fire Station
6th Brighton, The Old Market – SOLD OUT
8th Cambridge, Junction
9th Nottingham, Rock City

Support comes from Steve Ignorant’s Slice Of Life on all dates (apart from Brighton, Cambridge and Nottingham). Mark Wynn is second support on all dates.

For a taste, here’s their set from Glastonbury this year.

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