Sheffield, 1988: The Day that Never Happened. Following a disastrous farewell show in their hometown, Pulp move to London in search of success. They find fame on the world stage in the 1990s with anthems including Common People. Twenty-five years (and ten million album sales) later they return to Sheffield for their last UK concert and the band share their thoughts on fame, love, mortality and car maintenance.
The movie was The Guardian Critics choice, and Mark Kermode gave it a 4 star review (alongside the same from The Independent and Time Out), writing in The Observer "The live performances are electrifying, all jagged elbows and brilliant pop tunes, with the band suitably assisted not by drugs and booze, but by a neatly organised display of treatments for colds, incontinence and light grazes. On the subject of fame, Cocker asserts boldly that "it didn't agree with me – like a nut allergy". Hardcore indeed."
Tickets are £8.50 from http://www.riversidestudios.co.uk/cgi-bin/page.pl?l=1402505468
As it's not yet on national release, this might sell out quickly.
I figure there might be an opportunity for a drink and a discussion after the movie :-)