Titled, In The Que: Celebrating the Que Club the film follows the story of one of the most popular clubs in the UK with iconic raves such as the House Of God parties.
Bought back in 1992 by Billy Gaff, former manager of Cream, The Clash and Rod Stewart, the building was swiftly transformed into a live music venue that enticed the ravers of Birmingham.
The film’s synopsis describes a night at Que Club to have “2000 clubbers raving to techno in the main hall whilst 100 people might be listening to drum ‘n’ bass in a side room, 50 listening to Jungle and others listening to garage, basement or breakbeat.”
Music historian Jez Collis said on the film: "This project will celebrate the pioneers of rave and dance culture in Birmingham and shine a light on a hidden history of Birmingham's music heritage and culture."Watch In The Que: Celebrating the Que Club below.
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