A film focusing on folk music in the sixties will be screened at an arts centre next week.
The 15 rated 'Inside Llewyn Davis is the latest offering from the Coen brothers and it will be shown at Foxlowe Films on Tuesday, June 17.
The film is an elegy to New York's early 1960s folk scene and follows a week in the life of a young folk singer.
It is a funny, melancholic tale; something of an odyssey, following a musician in pursuit of a gig against insurmountable obstacles, many of his own making.
Brimming with music, it features an impressive cast including Oscar Isaac, Carey Mulligan, John Goodman and Justin Timberlake in a scene stealing turn.
The licensed bar at the Foxlowe Arts Centre, in Leek's Market Place, is open from 7pm for Foxlowe Film evenings with hot drinks available and the film starts promptly at 7.45pm. Admission is £5 on the door. Advanced tickets can be bought from the Foxlowe Gallery, Over the Rainbow in Sheepmarket or online at www.foxloweartscentre.org.uk.