A moving tribute to WITCH, the biggest rock band in Zambia in the 1970s who spearheaded a new genre: Zamrock, fusing funk and psychedelia with African rhythms. At the peak of their popularity, the band often needed police to keep fans at bay while their lead singer Jagari riled up crowds by stage diving from balconies. Sadly Jagari is now the only surviving member but his career is revitalised as he’s sought after by a new generation of fans. Showing in partnership with Jumbo Records with DJ sets by filmmaker Gio Arlotta and Cody Barton from Leeds night, Immaculate Conception.

Please note: in this venue wheelchair access and disabled toilet are only on ground floor. No disabled access to upper floors or to the screening room.