Date(s) - 17/11/2018
One of the most unifying forces in 1960s Britain was music, and it’s unlikely that there was any other music more responsible for the rise of multiculturalism than the rhythmic sounds of ska and rocksteady from Jamaica. Central to this explosion was the iconic label Trojan Records, which was instrumental in getting Jamaican music from the Kingston sound systems into the UK charts and out of the radios of a generation of youths soon to form the original skinhead movement. This film celebrates the legacy of Trojan and the people responsible for its ripples across youth culture throughout the world.
Director: Nicholas Jack Davies
Producers: Sam Bridger, Vivienne Perry
Main Cast: Christian Cargill, Marcia Griffiths, Toots Hibbert
Duration: 85 minutes
Tickets: €10 / €8.50