Creation Records film 'Upside Down' for London screening next month

Film to be shown at HMV Forum on April 26

Creation Records film 'Upside Down' for London screening next month
Upside Down, the new documentary about Creation Records, is set to be screened in London next month.

The film will be shown at the HMV Forum venue on April 26. Director Danny O'Connor, Ride's Mark Gardener and former Creation Managing Director Tim Abbott will take part in a Q&A session at the event.

Former Creation-associated acts Television Personalities and The Jazz Butcher will play live sets at the show, as will Gardener.

See for more on the film and further screening details.

Upside Down will come out on DVD on May 9.

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