Experience 20,000 Days On Earth at The Brewhouse, where drama and reality combine in a fictitious 24 hours in the life of musician and international cultural icon Nick Cave.
The film, winner of Sundance Festival world cinema documentary awards for directing and editing, delves into Nick’s artistic processes, taking us deep into the heart of how myth, memory, love and loss, shape our lives, every single day.
For a bargain £5 per ticket, grab a pillow on the way in and find a mattress or sofa, and know that we will never charge you for the pillows! Enjoy London Fields Brewery craft beer and specially prepared food from our very own Nick Cave Brighton street food menu and dont forget to grab your buckets of sweet and salted popcorn as you settle in for the film.
We have a special live set from London duo The Black Site, who will also be spinning their favourite Cave tracks after the show!
The Black Site:
'In just less than a year since first forming, The Black Site have already recorded an EP, had it released on Swiss label 4:25am Records on exclusive clear vinyl, been tapped personally to tour as support for the UK leg of Nadine Shah’s “Fast Food” tour, been featured on BBC 6 Music and Amazing Radio, and are now back in the studio recording tracks for what will be the debut LP.
The London duo is comprised of Emma Falk Dennis, a California raised poet and writer, and Nick Bergin: former member of bands including Sophia, Madam and Adam Franklin's Bolts of Melody.
The live shows are tumultuous, dramatic affairs, and for just the two of them, Nick and Emma make a lot of noise.'