Yes, it’s the documentary – ROCKumentary if you will – of the year. It’s the NME Premier Review, featuring all the winners you voted for in the NME Readers Poll plus more, more, MORE!
The NME Premier Review is to be screened on Channel 4, however before that momentous event, when the whole nation will groove as one to the greatest rock telly ever made, special premieres are being held in Virgin cinemas across the country and you can be there, down the front in the cheap seats or snogging at the back as the NME Premier Review is unveiled for the very first time.
NME and nme.com has 50 pairs of tickets to give away to the premiere screenings at the Virgin cinemas in London Haymarket, Brighton, Southampton, Sheffield and Liverpool on Tuesday, January 26, at 9.30pm.
All you have to do to attend any one of these star-studded bashes is fill in the form below, answering the dead easy question correctly and making sure to specify which screening you choose to attend and, if you’re one of the first 50 outta the bag for each screening, you’re there!
And that’s not all! The first 50 entries pulled from the bag, irrespective of where you wanna watch the NME Premier Review, will also get two tickets to see any film of their choice showing at their local Virgin cinema between January and April 1999.
Plus, there will be a prize draw on the night at each premiere and one lucky reader will win a Virgin Cinema Annual pass which entitles the holder and a guest to free entry to any of the 32 Virgin cinemas nationwide once a week for a year.
Another lucky reader will win a free six-month subscription to NME and yet another lucky reader will win a year’s supply of Carling Premier, free!
So grab your chance to see Suede working on their new LP in the studio, Underworld debuting new material, Beck wearing a snorkel and Cerys from Catatonia doing her best Gwyneth Paltrowd impersonation by answering the question below:
What is the NME Writers’ Album of 1998:
I would prefer to attend the premiere at the Virgin cinema in:
The Editor’s decision is final, only open to residents of the UK