Art & Culture

A few years ago Piers Sanderson decided to make a documentary based on the warehouse scene in sunny Blackburn. During the late eighties and early nineties, the warehouse scene exploded across the UK capturing the imaginations of young people from all walks of life. Helping to bring people together in musical harmony – a cheesy image, but actually true for the most part. Piers’ documentary has yet to see the light of day officially as much of music featured in his film needs clearance, however private viewings will be taking place around the country to raise money for the release of the film. The London premiere takes place at Village Underground in Shoreditch on Saturday June 2nd and features the film screening, Q&A's with Piers himself, and then an acid house after party which will feature some extra special guest DJ's from the acid house era.

All donations and ticket income will be donated to High on Hope, to help this special film see the light of day! Fully stocked bars serving for event duration.

Date: Sat, June 2nd
Venue: Village Underground, 54 Holywell Lane, Shoreditch, EC2A 3PQ
Time: 19:00 – 04:00
Tickets: £10

More info at highonhope.com

Check out the High on Hope trailer.