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The Vinyl Revival

The Vinyl Revival

Fri 21 October Fri 21 October

October 21st ’22

Cafe / Bar open from 18:00
Doors 19:30
Onstage from 20:00

Graham Jones the man who has visited more record shops than any other human will be screening the film based on his third record shop book as well as telling comic tales from his life in music.

-Fun quick quiz with great prizes
-Comic Tales From the Crazy World of record retailing
-Q&A with Graham and Record Shop Owners
-Vinyl and CD give away and book signing

“The Vinyl Revival” is a 43-minute documentary that follows on from acclaimed “Last Shop Standing” and directed and produced again by Pip Piper. It came out on RSD19 as part of a gatefold album featuring artists from the Distiller label.
The Vinyl Revival explores the renaissance in all things vinyl. We hear from passionate new record shops owners as well the established die-hards still going and thriving. We speak with
musicians and music industry pundits, experts on culture and music history. The film discusses the importance of the record shop and vinyl as a whole. We answer the why’s of vinyl’s revival, the human need for belonging, the love of history, and the stories of how the humble little record shop has shaped so many lives.



£10 advance*
£12 on the door


CAFE/BAR OPEN from 18:00 for drinks & dining

Pre-book your meal when you purchase your tickets.

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Salami, Chorizo, Prosciutto Ham, Sundried Tomatoes, Hummus, Olives, Pickles, Apple, Crisps, Ciabatta, Carmelised Onion Chutney, and Salad.

Platter for One – £9.00
Add Cheese (Cheddar and Brie) £1.75

Sharing Platter for Two – £17.95
Add Cheese (Cheddar and Brie) £3.50

Falafel, Hummus, Sundried Tomatoes, Olives, Pickles, Apple, Crisps, Ciabatta, Caramelised Onion Chutney, and Salad. (VGN)

Platter for One – £8.50 (VGN)
Add Cheese (Cheddar and Brie) £1.75 (V)

Sharing Platter for Two – £16.50 (VGN)
Add Cheese (Cheddar and Brie) £3.50 (V)

*Our booking fees explained:
Our goal is to provide an excellent personal service to our customers and to do this requires a lot of resource. The booking fee we levy contributes to the cost of running the Quay Arts Centre, its Box Office and Box Office systems. As a charitable not for profit organisation all income is used to support the delivery of arts and cultural activities to our local community.