Contact Us  
Call Us 0191 227 5500  

Pilgrim Street   Newcastle upon Tyne   NE1 6QG

Lawrence of Belgravia

No children under 15 may watch this film.
As rated by visitors:
No ratings yet!

An intimate and smart documentary portrait of England's greatest lost musical genius. As lead singer with alternative rock band Felt, Lawrence (whose surname was never listed in any credit or press) was responsible for some of the most precious music of the 1980s. Although his records have barely troubled the lower reaches of the charts, his cult status is now greater than ever.  A labour of love, director Paul Kelly’s film follows Lawrence as he tries to balance a precarious domestic lifestyle with running a band and recording his latest album, weighed down by the chips on his shoulders while still dreaming of being a pop star who rides in limousines and dates supermodels.

This screening will feature a live Q&A with Lawrence.

Director(s): Paul Kelly   Country of Origin: United Kingdom  Year: 2011   Running Time: 1hr 30 mins  
BBFC Advice: 15 No children under 15 may watch this film.  

Have your say...

We want to know what you think!

To have your say on this, and all of our content, register here or sign in now

Please log in to set a reminder

We don't have any screenings scheduled for this film.

Showing Today

Andrei Tarkovsky’s second foray into science fiction has been described as one of the greatest sci-fi films of all time.
Take a trip into the past with our free Newsreel screenings.
The inspiring story of Phiona Mutesi, a young girl from a Ugandan slum whose life was changed the day she wandered into a chess club looking for free porridge.
Manny, Diego, and Sid join up with Buck to fend off a meteor strike that would destroy the world.
The comedy genius behind What We Do In The Shadows, Taika Waititi, returns to our screens and we couldn’t be happier.
An intelligent, subversive, and terrifying horror-thriller set in Tehran during the Iran-Iraq war.
Acclaimed British director Andrea Arnold’s (Fish Tank, Wuthering Heights) makes her most significant feature to date with this atmospheric look at millennial life.
Louis Theroux’s first theatrical feature documentary sees the renowned filmmaker delve into the world of Scientology, one of the worlds most mysterious and powerful religions, in what he regards as ‘the Holy Grail of Stories’.
Ken Loach’s triumphant Palme d’Or-winning impassioned welfare state drama, made right here in Newcastle, is a vital film for our times.
Paula Hawkins ingenious slant on the amnesia thriller novel gets its much-anticipated big screen adaptation starring Emily Blunt.