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The Damned: Don’t You Wish That We Were Dead documentary is to open in the UK in June.

The film, directed by Wes Orshoski, will receive its European premiere June 3 at the Prince Charles Cinema in London’s Leicester Square before rolling out in UK cinemas during the rest of the month.

Founding members Rat Scabies and Brian James will join Orshoski for post-film Q&As at both of the Prince Charles Cinema screenings (6pm & 9pm).

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Read The Damned on the making of “Smash It Up!” by clicking here

The UK screening dates and locations:

June 3, London, Prince Charles Cinema, 6 pm & 9 pm*
June 4, London, Arthouse at Crouch End, 8:30 pm
June 5, Leeds, Hyde Park Picture House, 8:00 pm
June 6, Manchester, HOME, 8:10 pm
June 7, Leicester, Phoenix Square, 1 pm
June 7, Sheffield, Odeon 8/Sheffield Doc Fest, 8:30 pm
June 8, Cardiff, Chapter Arts , 8:15 pm **
June 9, Liverpool, Picturehouse at FACT, 8:15 pm
June 10, Brighton, Duke’s at Komedia, 5:45 pm, 8:40 pm ***
June 11, Newcastle, Tyneside Cinema, 5:45 pm
June 12, Edinburgh, Filmhouse, 8:30 pm
June 13, Glasgow, Glasgow Film Theatre, 8 pm
June 14, Birmingham, The Electric Cinema, 8:30 pm
June 15-18, Dundee, DCA, to be confirmed
June 19, Lancaster, Duke’s Lancaster, 8:15 pm
June 20, Lancaster, Duke’s Lancaster, 5:45 pm

* Includes Q&A with Rat Scabies and Brian James and Wes Orshoski
** Includes Q&A with ex-bassists Paul Gray and Bryn Merrick and Wes Orshoski
*** Includes Q&A with Brian James, keyboardist Monty Oxymoron and Wes Orshoski

Wes Orshoski will appear in post-film Q&As at every screening through June 13.

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You can find more details about the film by clicking here

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