The Reel Rock Tour is to come to Matlock Bath’s Grand Pavilion on Friday, October 4, for a screening.
This annual tour features the world’s greatest adventure and climbing films, celebrating the ultimate in adventure film making.
Founded in 2006 by groundbreaking filmmakers Josh Lowell (Big UP Productions) and Peter Mortimer (Sender Films), the annual Reel Rock Film Tour has grown to over 400 screenings across more than 30 countries every year. The gripping and captivating films regularly receive widespread acclaim at film festivals around the world, while the Film Tour also enjoys countless international devoted followers.
Following the enormous success of the first UK and Ireland Tour in 2012, the latest instalment – Reel Rock 8 - is back due to popular demand.
The films feature alpine legends, amazing adventurers and climbing icons (including Britain’s own Hazel Findlay), breaking the boundaries of what is possible high up the mountains.
Further screenings across the UK and Ireland are being announced all the time.
For Reel Rock Film Tour tickets, to view the trailer and for further information go to www.reelrock.co.uk
n Victorian Scoundrel - Charlie Peace is the name of a talk to be given by local author JP Bean on Friday, October 4, at Stanton In Peak Village Hall.
Charlie Peace was born in Angel Court, a Sheffield slum, the son of a one-legged lion tamer.
He was a murderer, a burglar, an animal lover, a musician who carried his burgling tools in a violin case, a keen Christian who broke into large houses on Saturday nights - but always made sure he was home in time for church on Sunday morning.
He was a would-be inventor and a family man who kept wife and mistress under the same roof, a master of disguise who was for two years the Most Wanted Man in England.
Captured in London after shooting a policeman, his real identity was not at first discovered. He was betrayed by his mistress for £100 reward. The murder and Peace’s subsequent trial were covered in every detail by national, regional and local newspapers throughout Britain, and in America.
Charlie Peace’s life has everything. The talk begins at 7.30pm and admission is £2.
Tickets are available from Charlie Watson on 01629 636902 or at firstname.lastname@example.org