Wednesday, 22 July 2009

Ain't Too Proud To Beg

As it has taken three and a half years to get the point where that feature what I did make is being unveiled to the general public, I'm going to take every opportunity to drum up some potential business for the screening. Below is the general bumf about said screening; if you happen to be:- a) in London; b) available on Thursday, 3rd September from 18:00; and c) possessed of a spare five pound note cluttering up your pocket, then this is a night out for you, my friend...

"Yes, it's finally here! Three and half years in the making, the premiere of Incidental Weekend has arrived.

Incidental Weekend tells the story of four friends - Charlie, Will, TJ and Ben - who are meeting for a reunion, ten years after they left university. However, the night doesn't go as planned and the next morning they're left with questions. Why did TJ wake up bloody and bruised in the street? Who is the girl in the bed that Will seems desperate to sneak away from? Why is Charlie so sorry
that Ben has been arrested? And are those who don't learn from the past doomed to repeat it?

The screening will be taking place at the Curzon Soho on Shaftesbury Avenue in the heart of the West End on Thursday, 3rd September 2009. Doors open at 18:00 (but Rich and I will no doubt be lurking in the bar prior to that).

Tickets are now available from
www.trickshot-films.co.uk for those of you who wish to pay by credit card. The price is £5 per ticket and not only does this buy you entry but it also entitles you to a complimentary drink.


There are a limited number of tickets available so make sure you buy now to avoid disappointment! Tickets will be sent by post - there may be a slight wait before you receive your ticket so don't be alarmed if it doesn't turn up straight away!

Incidental Weekend. The screening. Come on, you know you want to..."

Never fear, though, for those what can't get to That There London to see it - there will eventually be news about how to procure a copy for you to peruse in the comfort of your very own home...

8 comments:

the iNDefatigable mjenks said...

Well, it sounds good, and, dammit all, I won't be in London that weekend. Curse the ill luck.

However, and I know it all went down long before this came out, but it sounds like you're going to get a lot of "They stole that from the Hangover, man".

Still, I'd rather see your work.

kapgaf said...

Damnation and spit. I will be in London but, most unfortunately, dealng with family. If I can sneak away, I'll join you and Rich in the bar for a drink. If not, well, as we say over here to wish people luck "merde"!
P.S. today's word verif is afersecu, which is what a very badly education salesperson would say to a customer who is trying to interrupt the serious conversation said salesperson is having with a colleague.
P.P.S If you want me to stop doing the word verif thing, you're going to have to take the bloody thing of your blog!

kapgaf said...

No, I'm not going to make more comments about being in London or the film in France or evil nose-picking waiting-room lady but I'm off on my hols FOR THREE WHOLE WEEKS! So hip hip hip hooray for froggy holidays, incidental weekends and no kapgaf comments and punes (you surely read Pratchett) with the word verif for simply ages.

That Baldy Fella said...

mjenks - Thansk, squire. Yeah, I felt a mixture of emotions when I saw the trailer for The hangover, having spent the best part of four years of my life on this!

kapgaf - Sneak away, I say! Enjoy the hols - I'm looking forward to my own the day after the screening!

Pearl said...

Hey -- when will we get to see it?

Pearl

That Baldy Fella said...

In theory, once the screening is done, the DVD'll be available through the website pretty soon afterwards - assuming I can get it made in time...

TishTash said...

I apologize for the late congratulations as I've been AWOL from the Interwebs, but congratulations nonetheless on seeing your baby (almost) out in the world like that. Hopefully washed off of placenta.

That Baldy Fella said...

Cheers, Tashers! Nope, it'll be blood, mucus and all... (there's some sick and piss in there, too. No, really, there is).