Bakehouse Studios presents

Don Letts (UK) in conversation

Tuesday 06 November 2018 (opening 12:30 PM)

at Thornbury Theatre - Ballroom ( venue info )
859 High St, Thornbury VIC

Thornbury Theatre 18+. Children under 18 are permitted if accompanied by a parent or guardian

Reserve Tickets

Price includes booking fees Additional delivery fees from $1.00 apply per order.

General Admission Seating $44.90

 Doors Open 12.30pm

Two Sevens Clash 1.00 - 1.40pm

Q&A with Woody McDonald and Don Letts 2.00 - 3.00pm

Don Letts’ reputation has been firmly established in the film and music world by a substantial body of work from the late 70's and well into the millennium. He came to notoriety as the DJ that single handedly turned a whole generation of punks onto reggae in 1977. Using the punk D.I.Y ethic he made his first film going on to direct over 400 music videos for a diverse range of artists from The Clash to Bob Marley. In the mid-eighties he formed the group Big Audio Dynamite with Mick Jones (ex-Clash). He directed the hit Jamaican film ‘Dancehall Queen’ and films for Gil Scott-Heron, Sun Ra, George Clinton, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry and The Clash’s ‘Westway To The World’ for which he won a Grammy in 2003. Don continues to make films and d.j’s globally. In 2007 Don released his autobiography: ‘Culture Clash: Dread Meets Punk Rockers and Headgear Films are currently finishing a film on the man himself.

The Ballroom is located on the first floor of the venue. We have a disabled access lift to the Ballroom and a ramp for access up 3 stairs to the main floor. If you have any access needs, contact the venue beforehand to arrange assistance if required.

Thornbury Theatre is happy to offer companion cards on a request basis. For further information please contact us directly on 1300 762 545.

Photo ID is essential, acceptable ID is a current and valid Australian
Photo Drivers Licence or Passport.* Children under 18 are permitted if
accompanied by a parent or guardian* Intoxicated persons will not be
admitted * No steel cap boots. The promoter reserves the right to refuse
admission to any person *