From the film website:
Shropshire Premiere at Shrewsbury's The Old Market Hall
Tuesday 9th - Thursday 11th April
The Square, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY1 1LH
See the venue website for more information and online booking.
Tel. 01743 281281
Oxford Premiere at Abingdon Amey Theatre
Sunday 28 April, 2.30pm with filmmaker Q&A
Abingdon School, Park Road, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 1DE
£10 / £8 concs.
Box Office Tel: 01235 849 063
Venue website: www.ameytheatre.co.uk
Suffolk Premiere at Aldeburgh Cinema
Sunday 5th May, 4.00pm with Q&A ft. Katie Howson and the filmmaker
Aldeburgh Cinema, Aldeburgh, Suffolk
Tickets £8.50/£8 Adults / £6.00 Students and U14s
More details on the cinema's website or tel. 01728 454884.
Gloucestershire Premiere at The Sherborne Cinema
Sunday 12th May, 8.30pm, with filmmaker Q&A
The Sherborne Cinema, Gloucester
Tickets £6 on the door (Doors open 8pm)
Shepley Spring Festival
Friday 17th - Sunday 19th May
Shepley Spring Festival, Huddersfield, West Yorkshire
Weekend Festival Tickets £80 / Camping available
More details available on the festival website
West Midlands Premiere at Birmingham Midlands Arts Centre (MAC)
Sunday 19 May, 2.30pm with filmmaker Q&A
Midlands Arts Centre (MAC), Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham, B12 9QH
£12 / £10 concs.
See the venue's website for further details.
Tel. 0121 446 3232
Devon Premiere at Torrington Plough Arts Centre
Saturday 25th May (5pm, plus filmmaker Q&A) and Thursday 30th May (8pm)
Torrington Plough Arts Centre, Torrington, North Devon
Sunday 9th June, 2.30pm with Q&A
York Picturehouse - City Screen
Somerset Premiere at Clevedon Curzon
Sunday 23rd June, 1.30pm with Q&A
Clevedon Curzon, Clevedon, North Somerset
Tickets £6.70 / £5.70 / £5.00
More details on the Curzon Cinema website.
Herefordshire Premiere The Courtyard, Hereford
Tuesday 25th June, 7.45pm
ALL MY LIFE'S BURIED HERE has been produced for theatrical screenings. We would like people to experience the film in the immersive and communal environment of the film theatre. To this end the producers have compiled a list of over 100 regional UK cinemas, arts centres and institutions to which they intend to make the film available. The list is hand-picked to include screens accessible from all regions of the UK, including local cinemas near the places where Butterworth lived, worked, had his music performed and collected folk songs. Wherever possible the director and contributors to the film will attend in order to participate in post-screening discussions.
Do you want to book a screening of the George Butterworth film at your venue? We'd be delighted to bring our film to you. To discuss setting up a screening with optional filmmakers Q&A please contact the Producers on firstname.lastname@example.org.
A DVD Edition of the film may be published at a later stage.