Kevin Rowland and Dexys band members to introduce select screenings of new documentary

Kevin Rowland and other members of Dexys are set to introduce select screenings of their new documentary, Nowhere Is Home. The film, directed by Paul Kelly, was shot during the band's residency at London’s Duke Of York’s Theatre last year and includes performance footage interspaced with interviews with Kevin Rowland and Jim Paterson about the band. It is due to screen in UK cinemas at 7.45 on Monday, July 21.

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Kevin Rowland and other members of Dexys are set to introduce select screenings of their new documentary, Nowhere Is Home.

The film, directed by Paul Kelly, was shot during the band’s residency at London’s Duke Of York’s Theatre last year and includes performance footage interspaced with interviews with Kevin Rowland and Jim Paterson about the band.

It is due to screen in UK cinemas at 7.45 on Monday, July 21.

Kevin Rowland will introduce the film at Vue Piccadilly in London, while other band members will be at the following venues:

Jim Paterson: Vue Westfield in Shepherds Bush, London
Lucy Morgan: Vue Cardiff
David Ruffy: Vue Croydon
Sean Read: Westfield Vue, Stratford, London


Meanwhile, director Paul Kelly will introduce the film at Vue Islington and producer Martin Kelly will introduce the screening at the Vue Oxford.

Please contact the relevant box offices for further details.





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