20 rolls of film, containing pictures from the last ever Cream night at Nation, have been stolen...

CREAM organisers are offering a reward for the safe return of 20 rolls of photographic film stolen after the superclub’s tenth anniversary party.

The event earlier this month (October 10) was the last regular club night to be held at the club’s home of Nation in Liverpool.

The night was captured on film by an in-house photographer. However, the following day his equipment was stolen while he was in Birmingham – including all the shots from the night.


A spokesperson said: “These pictures are invaluable only to Cream and will be of no interest or value to anyone else. We are not interested in the equipment, as this can always be replaced. The pictures cannot.”

If anyone knows anything about the stolen bag or the camera film, contact Gill Nightingale on 020 7299 0950 or post back the camera film to Cream London, 1st Floor, 12 Great Portland Street, London, W1W 8QN.

A reward will be offered for the safe return of the films.

Cream recently announced they are to end regular club nights at Nation, and concentrate on large-scale festivals and one-off events.


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