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About Who Killed The KLF?

Join us this January at the club for a screening of the new documentary exploring the rise and fall of infamous electronic outfit, The KLF, which takes use of previously unheard tapes of members Jimmy Cuaty and Bill Drummond to investigate the work of the inscrutable figures.

Doors: 7:30pm / Screening: 8:15pm

Runtime: 88 minutes

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“Who Killed the KLF?” uses previously unheard tapes to explore the rise and fall of the KLF in the 1980s and 1990s, touching upon themes that perfectly capture the 21st century zeitgeist. The film is a fascinating insight into the machinations not only of Jimmy Cauty and Bill Drummond, but of art, culture, and capitalism. Through a combination of archive and reconstruction, we follow them on wild road trips to Sweden to “find ABBA”; to Scottish islands with robed journalists; and to Spain to watch the band make a disastrous big budget movie with no plot at all. As well as the crazy side of the band, we also explore the mainstream fame they had, with frequent visits to “Top of the Pops”, huge hits like “Justified and Ancient”, to their sets at warehouse raves with huge anthems like “What Time is Love?” as their stunts got increasingly hostile and violent. Our film reaches its dramatic peak after their biggest and best (or worst) stunt yet – after they burn £1 million pounds and then drive a car off a cliff, vowing to never explain themselves. A tale as intriguing as it is bonkers, “Who Killed the KLF?” will entice, intrigue and shock audiences everywhere.

Join Films of Note at The Sugar Club in a celebration of music films, documentaries, live concerts, biopics and uncategorizable marvels featuring old classics, new favourites, and a few films we think deserve a wider audience. To top it off, we’re the only place in Dublin where you’ll be pampered with table service of the finest cocktails, drink offers, bubbles, and home-made pizzas at every showing, not to mention pre and post-show DJs to get everyone in the mood!

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February 9, 2023 7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

General Admission – €10.00 
+ Booking Fee

General Admission for two – €15.00 + Booking Fee

Limited seating. Please note seats can not be allocated.
First come, first served basis.
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