Vinyl has made an amazing comeback in recent years.

And that turnaround is being celebrated with a special film screening and Q&A in York on Sunday (29 September).

The Vinyl Revival is a 43-minute documentary that explores the renaissance in all things vinyl.

It features passionate new record shop owners as well the established die-hards still going and thriving. And director Pip Piper talks to musicians, music industry pundits and experts on culture and music history.

The Vinyl Revival Screening + Q&A with Graham Jones

£6
Sun Sep 29 @ 7.30 pm
FortyFive Vinyl Café
29 Micklegate
York, YO1 6JH GB
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The film is being screened at the Forty-Five Vinyl Café on Micklegate. The host is Graham Jones, author of the book The Vinyl Revival and the Shops That Made It Happen.

He will tell stories from his experience in the vinyl industry and undertake a Q&A.

Forty-Five co-owner Dom White told YorkMix it was the perfect city for the event “as York has such a passionate music scene – ourselves alongside Earworm Records and Vinyl Eddie are catering for the ever-increasing vinyl collectors”.

The screening is an all ages event. There will also be an exclusive vinyl sale.

Inside the Forty-Five Vinyl Café on Micklegate

FortyFive is York’s only vinyl café. Run by musicians it combines great music and coffee with fuss-free food and a selection of local beers and wine.