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  With over 120 million worldwide album sales already under their collective belts, two OBE awards, a million neon lit 'Sold Out' signs, and a record 108 appearances on Top Of The Pops, Hello Quo! takes you behind the scenes and tells the candid story of Status Quo's 50 years as a touring and recording band right up to the poignant reunion of the original line up of the band, meeting again for the first time in 30 years, after lengthy legal wrangling, and seeing them not only clear the air but also plug in and play together once again.

Fully supported by the group and featuring input from a host of the biggest names in rock, including Brian May of Queen, Thin Lizzy, Slade, Paul Weller, Sir Cliff Richard and Midge Ure, the film was directed by Emmy Award nominee Alan G Parker (Monty Python: Almost The Truth, Who Killed Nancy, It Was Fifty Years Ago Today: Sgt Pepper and Beyond).

The director will be taking part in a Q&A after the screening with John Coghlan and Bob Young in attendance.

July 12th / 7.30pm / Regent Street Cinema
  Graeme Clark [10 Jul 2018 at 22:47]
     

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