Silent Landscapes: Place, Music & The Days Of Nick Drake

In the absence of any surviving footage of Nick Drake performing, the beautiful and evocative documentary A Skin Too Few: The Days of Nick Drake (2002) focuses instead on the people that were closest to him and the landscapes and locations that shaped his life.

For this special live music and film event the Hyde Park Picture House will be screening A Skin Too Few alongside live performances of Nick’s music. The film will also be followed by a short talk from Leeds based psychogeographer Tina Richardson on the significance of place, both urban and rural, in A Skin Too Few.

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Event organised by Andy Moore @andymoore_ And Hyde Park Picture House