The director of ‘Suburban Steps to Rockland’, the definitive movie about the Ealing Club, has a new film. It’s called ‘Never A Master Plan’ and it’s almost entirely shot in Ealing (with a few scenes being shot at The Ealing Club, now called, The Red Room). The film tells the story of a group of artists and musicians living in London and it also features surprise appearances from music legends Vashti Bunyan (who started her career as a Andrew Loog Oldham protégé covering ‘Some Things Just Stick In Your Mind’ by The Rolling Stones) and Mike Watt (bass player of Minutemen and The Stooges). There will be two London screenings in May, one as part of the London Doc’n’Roll Film Festival and one in Ealing at the Ealing Project. Links to tickets are below.
Friday 19 May at Rio Cinema (Dalston Kingsland) at 06:30pm as part of the summer edition of the Doc’n’Roll Film Festival:
Wednesday 24 May at the Ealing Project (Ealing) at 08pm:
Here’s the film trailer: