A DROP OF THE PURE
Starring newcomer Christian Ryden, plus George Borowski and Louise Marie Kerr (Becoming Jane), A Drop of the Pure is a comic, drama, documentary about a local lad who returns home to set up a folk night above a pub, after chasing pop success in London. This is a feature film about winning back your personal soul, your girlfriend's soul and the soul of a community. With gags and guitars.
Co-produced by Salfordian, Rafe Conn, and partly shot on the Quays, it also features some of Manc-land's best singer songwriters including Dave Hulston and Emma Black. And the ace George Borowski (Guitar George from the Dire Straits' song) is always worth watching, whether performing live or making his acting debut in this dramatic movie.
A Drop of the Pure is written and directed by Peter Vickers who has worked with Jason Manford and Fiona Allen, as well as scripting loads of stuff for the BBC.
If you miss the Salford Film Festival Premiere there's an extra screening with live music from the film at St Kentigern's Irish Club, 36 Wilbraham Road, Fallowfield, Manchester at 7.45 pm Thursday 26th November.
For tickets ring 07772 984702