Manic Street Preachers film to have special screening at Focus Wales in WrexhamMANIC STREET PREACHERS
Movie to Have Special Screening in Wrexham as Part of FOCUS WALES FESTIVAL

FOCUS Wales 2015 will host an exclusive screening of new MANIC STREET PREACHERS documentary: CULTURE, ALIENATION, BOREDOM AND DESPAIR.
The screening will be accompanied by an introduction and Q&A session with BAFTA award winning director KIERAN EVANS and best-selling author, Manics biographer, and music critic for The Guardian and The Observer, SIMON PRICE.

Kieran has worked with the MANIC STREET PREACHERS for a number of years and his promo for their single ‘Show Me The Wonder’ won Best Video at the 2013 Q Awards. He worked with the Manics on all visual aspects of their recent ‘Futurology’ album campaign, directing all the promos, short films and live tour visuals and is currently working again with the band on a series of short films based around their recent Holy Bible live shows. It’s safe to say he’s also a massive Manics fan…

The film will be screened at UNDEGUN POP UP ARTS CENTRE (Formerly JJB Sports, Regent St. Wrexham) on SATURDAY 25TH APRIL 2015 AT 2:30PM. The screening is open to all full festival wristband holders, and Saturday day ticket holders. Individual tickets will also be available on line and on the door.

This film screening fits within the festival programme which includes headliners: SLAVES, FUTURE OF THE LEFT, EAGULLS, BO NINGEN, plus THE MEMBRANES, SWEET BABOO, ALLUSONDRUGS , HENNING WEHN, MIKE JOYCE (THE SMITHS) and many, many more.

Full festival tickets grant access to all FOCUS Wales interactive sessions and panels, all live performances, workshops, and all comedy shows. Tickets are on sale now at the following link:

FOCUS Wales 2015 takes place on the 22nd, 23rd, 24th and 25th April across various venues in Wrexham, North Wales.
Full 4 day wristbands for admission to all FOCUS Wales events are available now at: for £50 each. Tickets allow access to all FOCUS Wales shows and interactive programmes.

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