Dartmouth Films present

The Lost In Vagueness Tour

June 16, 2018

Main House: Standing

A night to celebrate, re-live and rejoice in the world that was Lost Vagueness, the infamous party that, as Michael Eavis says, reinvigorated Glastonbury Festival. See the film, dance to the music and party at our one-off immersive night for the very wrongly behaved!

The film Lost In Vagueness is the untold backstage story of Glastonbury Festival and how antihero Roy teamed up with Glastonbury founder Michael to create a place of decadence and muddy opulence. Oh, and it saved the festival from cultural bankruptcy in the process...

As an anarchic punk traveller, Roy scoured Europe searching for a community where he could escape his oppressive upbringing. But failing to find a home, he therefore returned to Glastonbury to work as one of the regular site crew. There, he created an ironic faux casino as a joke for the other site crew. Little did he know that it would set the dominant cultural style of the naughties. Featuring accounts from the likes of Fat Boy Slim, Madness and Kate Tempest and Michael and Emily Eavis.

After the film, get ready to party all-night-long in the spirit of Lost Vagueness!
Our after-party will have live music from ten-piece rock and roll gospel group The Future Shape of Sound, performing hits from their new album Shakedown Gospel (as featured on Craig Charles' Funk and Soul Show on BBC Radio 6 Music). Throw in a live DJ, interactive games and drink offers all night long, this is truly the party to get your summer started.

Upcoming Performances

The Lost In Vagueness Tour
Date & Time: Sat 16 Jun, 7.30pm - midnight
Prices: £15 (includes film and post-film party)
Ages: Strictly 18+ only