We’re pleased to tell you about a new film which has been made about the legendary Lost Vagueness area at Glastonbury.
The film – the debut feature from director Sofia Olins – tells the untold story of the anarchic sideshow attraction, and its ingenious but occasionally self-destructive creator Roy Gurvitz.
The film combines exclusive footage of Lost Vagueness at the height of its hedonistic powers with in-depth interviews with Roy, his loyal but increasingly exasperated producer Leila Jones, Glastonbury’s own Michael and Emily Eavis, and artists including Suggs, Kate Tempest, Keith Allan, Fatboy Slim and legendary cabaret performer Mouse.
The film will be screened around the UK in May and June.
May 8 – York, Everyman
May 8 – Bristol, Everyman
May 8 – Birmingham, Everyman
May 8 – London, Everyman Kings Cross
May 15 – London, Screen on the Green
Jun 7 – Yeovil, Westlands Yeovil
Jun 8 – Frome, 23 Bath Street
Jun 9 – Gwynedd, The Magic Lantern
Jun 11 – Leeds, Belgrave Music Hall
Jun 12 – London, Regent Street Cinema
Jun 16 – Brighton, Old Market
Jun 23 – Sheffield, The Leadmill
For ticket info and to read more about the film head to lostinvagueness.com.
(Please note that Lost In Vagueness is not a Glastonbury Festival production.)