Twenty years ago a French filmmaker came to Liverpool, the birthplace of pop music, in search of “the children of the Beatles” to capture how the musicians of the day were facing up to the challenge of following a generation that had succeeded so spectacularly.
What he found was an insular, rebellious and unique city, hardened by a government which tried its best to break it. But at its heart were people who hadn’t lost hope and held a deep-rooted belief in themselves, the city they had inherited and their love of music.
The result was Jérôme de Missolz’s film “You’ll Never Walk Alone”, a portrayal of the people and those times.
With Michael Head, Ian McCulloch, Edgar Summertime, Paul Fitzgerald, Adrian Henri, It’s Immaterial, The Real People, The Stairs, Allan Williams, John Head, Jayne Casey, Dr. Phibes, The Christians, Connie Lush, Terry Harris, Bantu, Andrew Lym, Sheldon Rice, Jah Tomas Wilcox, Edward Prescot, Alan Peters, The Bootle Concertina Band, Leslie Evans, Charlie Williams, Pete Wylie, Chris Bernard, Hilda Haddad, Robert Cieka, Andy Mitchell, Keith York, George Hexmen, Kevin McManus, Steve Robert, Andy Carrol, John Kelly, Michael Hurst and the families Blackman, Head and McCulloch.
1992 (Jérôme de Missolz/ Evelyne Ragot) – 90 mins
On Saturday 18th February a 20th anniversary screening of the “You’ll Never Walk Alone” film will be shown at :
15-21 Parr Street
Telephone 0151 703 0582
Time: 6pm – 8pm
Admission by ticket only
£10 each – includes a two course set meal
Tickets available from The Brink from Wednesday 8th February
Please note : tickets are very limited and will be sold on a first come first served basis.
Please note that The Brink does not serve alcohol or admit anyone who is clearly inebriated so it would be appreciated if you could refrain from getting bevvied until after the screening.