Killing Bono (Nick Hamm, 2010) will be screened on Wednesday 16th November at 7.30pm in the Studio Theatre.
As a punk schoolboy in Dublin in the 1970s, Neil McCormick wants to be famous, he wants to be a rock god. Neil and his brother Ivan have it all worked out – the albums, the stadium concerts, the quest for world peace. There’s only one thing they hadn’t counted on – the boy sitting on the other side of the classroom has plans of his own. And his name is Bono.
Written by Dick Clement and Ian La Frenais, Killing Bono is an entertaining ‘almost true’ story of rock rivalry, guilt and failure and features some engaging performances from the young cast. It is also the final screen credit of the late Pete Postlethwaite.
- Tickets: £3.00 / £2.50 concessions. Entry is on a first come, first served basis. However, tickets can be booked in advance online or by calling 01695 584480.
- Certificate: 15
- Running Time: 114 minutes
- Short Cuts Cinema: edgehill.ac.uk/shortcuts
For details of what’s on this season at the Studio Theatre, view the programme of Short Cuts screenings.
Alternatively, for what’s on this season at the Rose Theatre, visit the Rose Theatre website.
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