Crock of Gold - A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan 124 mins

  • Crock of Gold - A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan
  • Crock of Gold - A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan
  • Crock of Gold - A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan
  • Crock of Gold - A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan
  • Crock of Gold - A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan
  • Crock of Gold - A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan
  • Crock of Gold - A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan

Starts Thu 17 Dec at:

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Thursday, 17 December
8:15PM-Outdoor 
Friday, 18 December
8:15PM-Outdoor 
Saturday, 19 December
8:15PM-Outdoor 
Monday, 21 December
8:15PM-Outdoor 
Tuesday, 22 December
8:15PM-Outdoor 
Wednesday, 23 December
8:15PM-Outdoor 

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Thursday, 17 December
8:15PM 
Friday, 18 December
8:15PM 
Saturday, 19 December
8:15PM 
Monday, 21 December
8:15PM 
Tuesday, 22 December
8:15PM 
Wednesday, 23 December
8:15PM 

Filmmaker Julien Temple examines the explosive life and career of Shane MacGowan, lead singer of the Pogues.

Executed in a full-tilt, hell-for-leather manner recalling the frenzy of the Pogues’ performances, CROCK OF GOLD combines interviews, glimpses of MacGowan today, archive footage plus a torrent of original animation to evoke the splendour and squalor of a very singular talent. 

In this cinematic exploration of Shane MacGowan’s story, Julien Temple’s film CROCK OF GOLD details Shane’s explosive existence, from his salad days, growing up in Ireland, to time spent on the mean streets of London and embracing the punk scene. To forming the Pogues and the conquering the known universe, we discover MacGowan’s passions, his humour & deep knowledge of music, history, spirituality & popular culture. For this is Shane’s story. A vision of the world through the eyes of the great punk poet himself and an intimate cast of close friends and family members, all channelled through Temple’s inimitable and eternally vibrant lens.

The film’s prime achievement is to illuminate MacGowan as an Irish-born artist inspired by political history and cultural experience. And once those great Pogues songs are at last heard in all their glory, you understand the claims made for MacGowan as a modern bard – and grieve for the brevity of his brilliant, breakneck career.

WINNER Special Jury Prize,  at the San Sebastián International Film Festival.

“A riotous piece of storytelling." — Screen International

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