With the success of Record Store Day 2013 still ringing in the ears of folk who visited Muse Music in Hebden Bridge on Saturday week, there’s another chance to put the needle in the groove this weekend.
Hebden Bridge Picture House is showing UK/Ireland collaboration Good Vibrations (15), which is nothing to do with The Beach Boys but much more to do with Belfast.
The film, screened tomorrow, Saturday and Sunday (7.45pm) and next Thursday at 10.30am, stars Richard Dormer as Terri Hooley, a radical, rebel and lover of music in the 1970s.
When the bloody conflict known as The Troubles shuts down the city, and his friends take sides and take up arms, he opens a record shop, Good Vibrations, on the most bombed half mile in Europe.
Galvanising young musicians into action, he aims to bring his community and city back to life.
Tonight riveting drama Compliance (15, 7.45pm), is screened, while there’s some light-hearted fodder on Saturday (1.30pm), Sunday (1.30pm and 4.30pm) and Bank Holiday Monday (1.30pm) with The Croods (U). Reality (15), on Monday and Tuesday (7.45pm) is a subtitled dark comedy while The Gatekeepers (15) on Wednesday and Thursday (7.45pm) offers an insight into Israel’s Secret Service.
Visit www.hebdenbridgepicturehouse.co.uk or call 01422 842807 for details.