Tickets on sale now for Morrissey 25: Live from Hollywood High - press release from Gorgeous PR

Discussion in 'General Discussion archive 2013 (read-only)' started by davidt, Aug 9, 2013.

By davidt on Aug 9, 2013 at 5:42 PM
  1. davidt

    davidt Administrator Staff Member Moderator Subscriber

    Feb 12, 1997
    From weheartmusic:





    The first authorized Morrissey film in nine years
    is coming to cinemas in North America this month!

    Photo by Scott Uchida

    All Theatre Listings and Ticket Information Available Online
    Hollywood, USA – Eagle Rock Entertainment's legacy concert film, Morrissey 25: Live From Hollywood High, the first authorized film about the legendary musician in nine years, will open in cinemas across the United States this month. Filmed live during Morrissey’s most intimate gig in decades at the Hollywood High School in Los Angeles on March 2, 2013, this film celebrates 25 years of the solo career of one of the world’s most iconic and enigmatic performers.

    The film opens with fan tributes; talking about their unwavering devotion to the singer and the unique appeal of this unusual venue – a striking contrast to the sold out arena concert at the Staples Center on the previous night. Tickets to the concert in the 1,700-seater school auditorium were sold out in 12 seconds and this now legendary concert became Morrissey’s penultimate performance on the U.S. Tour. Featuring many classic tracks from the artist’s prolific repertoire including Meat Is Murder, Everyday Is Like Sunday, Please, Please Please Let Me Get What I Want and The Boy With The Thorn In His Side, Morrissey 25: Live From Hollywood High is an unmissable cinema event for Moz fans.

    Theatre listings and ticket information is available at

    Please email me if you would like an advance screening room access to the film or if you would like to attend one of the screenings.

    For more information about Morrissey 25: Live From Hollywood High contact:

    Versa Manos
    Gorgeous PR
    (323) 782-9000


Discussion in 'General Discussion archive 2013 (read-only)' started by davidt, Aug 9, 2013.

    1. realitybites
      Didn't know it was for one night only. :(

      Better one night, than nothing at all, I suppose.
    2. Anonymous
      Can't be arsed anymore, he'll probably cancel the showings at the last minute anyway for any old reason he can think up that he hasn't already used.

      The boy who cried wolf
    3. Chip
      Oh sweet! It's showing at the AFI Silver Theatre (yes they are pretentious and spell it "theatre" at the same time as claiming to be a cultural "center"--I thought they should at least be consistent).

      If anyone is from the Maryland or DC area has not been there--it's a super gem and they occasionally get some less mainstream stuff--not as much as I'd like--and they play a lot of old classics and do interesting series and special events. It's also a restored old theater and is just a beautiful building. Going there is truly an experience in itself.

      So right now I feel like fuck the naysayers and lackluster reviews--seeing a Morrissey concert film at the Silver Theatre is going to be an awesome experience in itself even if I won't be running out to the buy the blueray to watch again and again on loop.
    4. Chip
      Though they need to fix their find a theater thing, because I live in Maryland and it shows the closest screening as being in Pasadena, California which is apparently only 2.41 miles away.:squiffy:
    5. oliver
      It's not one night only... some places are also showing it on Sep 4th
    6. CrystalGeezer
    7. realitybites
      I like his shirt...


      Made me think of a scene from one of the sweetest and greatest films eva'...


      Just lickable!
    8. Sal Kramer
      Sal Kramer
      Any chance the film will come down with food poisoning & cancel...?
    9. Anonymous
      Check this out:

      Gaslamp Stadium
      701 Fifth Avenue
      San Diego, CA 92101
      (619) 232-0401

      Cool because I just won a Fandango ticket and I also won a $60 gift certificate to the Bailiwick. Too bad there are no cool Moz fanz around or I would help you win a ticket and buy you a drink. Oh well.

    10. Anonymous
      any chance you can come down with food poisoning and choke on your own vomit?
    11. Anonymous
      Why don't they just list the cities, theatres, etc?? Am I missing something? This is a fucking joke!
    12. Chip
      Go to cinemas and put in your zipcode or state. It's a little glitchy, because when I put in my zip code it gives me the closest two theaters as being in Pasadena California, then Silver Spring, than some stuff in Virginia. If put in DC it lists the closest theater as Silver Spring (which would be true), a handful of Virginia theaters, and than slightly farther away...California. And if I put Virginia--no near screenings.

      Hopefully they'll work it out.
    13. CrystalGeezer
      Claremont FTW. :cool: I was afraid I'd have to drive to Palm Springs. All I have to do is take the train two stops east. :D Twelve bucks in case it's breaking anyone's bank.
    14. Oh my god. it's Robby!
      Oh my god. it's Robby!
      :lbf: no :straightface:
      am wondering though if this will set the trend for the future :confused:
      no more live shows just videos :o
    15. CrystalGeezer
      It's going to be weird watching a concert sitting down. :squiffy:
    16. FROSTY
      yellow nail polish... interesting...
    17. docinwestchester
      For those in the NYC suburbs, the City Center 15 in White Plains is a good choice for a concert movie. I saw the fan documentary "Springsteen and I" there and it was an excellent venue. Big screen and loud high quality audio.
    18. Anonymous
      I can see it now :rolleyes: ! Morrissey die hards rushing out to buy yellow nail varnish :rofl:[SUB][/SUB]
      Go on off you go those digits need painting and quickly ! :laughing:
    19. malvachat
      It's on not far from me in Reading.
      I can't make my mind up whether to bother or not.
      The DVD is released in October so seeing the thing is not a problem.
      I suppose if the theatre is more than half full it might have an atmosphere.
      I remember going to see the Led Zeppelin film at the cinema years and years ago and that was quite good.
      Definitely no nail polish will be worn.

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