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19 May: Glasgow GFT – ‘How We Used To Live’ show

Director Paul Kelly’s elegant and evocative film about the UK’s capital. Narrated by Ian McShane, the film uses coloured archive footage from the 1950s through to the 1980s to portray the ‘New Elizabethan’ age – from the optimistic post-war era to the dawn of Thatcherism. A striking and rousing look at a city that is constantly changing whilst staying the same at its core.

“5/5 – A cherishable, woozy-hazy trawl of London from post-war days to yuppiedom’ The Guardian

Saint Etienne will also play an extra set of their hits alongside brand new songs in this special Scottish premiere event.

Doors: 19.30
Film: 20.00

Tickets here

May 20: Holmfirth Picturedrome – ‘How We Used To Live’ show

Director Paul Kelly’s elegant and evocative film about the UK’s capital. Narrated by Ian McShane, the film uses coloured archive footage from the 1950s through to the 1980s to portray the ‘New Elizabethan’ age – from the optimistic post-war era to the dawn of Thatcherism. A striking and rousing look at a city that is constantly changing whilst staying the same at its core.

“5/5 – A cherishable, woozy-hazy trawl of London from post-war days to yuppiedom’ The Guardian

Saint Etienne will also play an extra set of their hits alongside brand new songs in this special event.

Doors: 19.30
Film: 20.00

Tickets here

May 21: Brighton Dome – ‘How We Used To Live’ show

Director Paul Kelly’s elegant and evocative film about the UK’s capital. Narrated by Ian McShane, the film uses coloured archive footage from the 1950s through to the 1980s to portray the ‘New Elizabethan’ age – from the optimistic post-war era to the dawn of Thatcherism. A striking and rousing look at a city that is constantly changing whilst staying the same at its core.

“5/5 – A cherishable, woozy-hazy trawl of London from post-war days to yuppiedom’ The Guardian

Saint Etienne will also play an extra set of their hits alongside brand new songs in this special event.

Doors: 20.00

Tickets here

Sept 5: End Of The Road festival

Saint Etienne will be performing their classic Foxbase Alpha album at this year’s End Of The Road festival.

The festival takes place at Larmer Tree Gardens, near Blandford, in Dorset from 4-6 September. For more info, click here

Sept 8: Dublin, National Concert Hall

Saint Etienne are popping across the Irish Channel to play their classic album Foxbase Alpha in it’s entirety at the National Concert Hall in Dublin.

For more information, click here