Join Nordoff Robbins music therapy charity on the 1st July for the premiere of Status Quo's new film ‘BULA QUO!’ in aid of Nordoff Robbins and the James Whale Fund for Kidney Cancer, at the Odeon Cinema, Leicester Square, London.

Status Quo’s frontmen, Francis Rossi and Rick Parfitt, move from gold discs to the silver screen as they take the lead roles in their very first feature film which is set to hit cinemas screens across the UK on 5th July. An action-comedy caper directed by Stuart St. Paul, with its tongue firmly in its cheek and a great cast including Laura Aikman, Craig Fairbrass, American stand-up comic Jon Lovitz and of course, the rest of Quo – Andrew Bown, John ‘Rhino’ Edwards and Matthew Letley.

Set against the beautiful, lush and tropical backdrop of Fiji, ‘BULA QUO!’ sees the rock legends caught up in a game of cat and mouse after they unwittingly stumble across an illegal gambling den. Witnessing the murder of the latest luckless victim of the gang’s favourite pastime, Russian Roulette, the band flee the scene clutching the only evidence that can bring the bad guys down. As the local ‘godfather’ bays for their blood, can their luck hold out? In true James Bond style, with the help of sea-planes, speed boats, jet skis, golf carts and scuba gear, ‘BULA QUO!’ follows Status Quo and their entourage as they attempt evade capture, stay alive and escape paradise unscathed.

Get your tickets today.

Ticket Price: £30

Date: Monday 1st July 2013

Where: Odeon Cinema, 40 Leicester Square, LONDON, WC2H

Time: Doors open at 6:45pm. Film commences at 7:45pm 

Dress code: Loud and tropical

Source: Nordoff Robbins

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