09 April 2011
A Tribute to Tony Wilson (Part 2) 
Paul Morley continues his tribute to Tony Wilson at the Purcell Rooms in London on Thursday 16 June as part of Meltdown 2011. He will be talking to some of those who knew and worked with Tony Wilson in a similar vein to the event held last October 2010. As well as featuring live music and poet Mike Garry, the evening also includes unreleased footage by Carol Morley, who filmed Anthony H Wilson in Manchester in 2005. At time of going to press the exact nature of the live music element this time round is still to be confirmed.

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A Tribute To Tony Wilson
with Paul Morley and Mike Garry
Purcell Room, South Bank Centre, London
Thursday 16 June 2011

The film contains some strong language, and parental guidance is recommended.

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