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In The Company of Bobbito Garcia & Stretch Armstrong on Sunday 18th November 2018
In The Company of Bobbito Garcia & Stretch Armstrong
All Three Documentaries, Q&A and DJ Set
Sunday 18th November 2018
@ TT Liquor, 17 Kingsland Road, London E2 8AA
2.30pm: Doin’ It In The Park: Pick-Up Basketball, NYC
4.30pm: Stretch and Bobbito: Radio That Changed Lives + Stretch Armstrong Q&A
6.30pm: Rock Rubber 45s – SOLD OUT
Followed by Q&A’s and DJ sets by Stretch Armstrong, Bobbito Garcia aka Kool Bob Love hosted by Spin Doctor
£10 Per Film
£20 Film + DJ Set
£40 for all three films + Q&A’s + Stance x Rock Rubber 45’s Socks + Bobbito DJ set
PLEASE NOTE: Each screening is strictly limited to 50 tickets.
DJ, filmmaker, radio host, journalist, editor, author, baller, sneaker head, record exec, legend and we are only just scratching the surface. Bobbito Garcia aka Kool Bob Love is the epitome of the modern renaissance man and in the latest of his three documentaries he takes you with him through back through his incredible life that has seen him host the world’s best loved Hip-Hop radio, write the world’s first magazine article about sneaker culture, set up his own label, play professional basketball, write books, collab on some of the hottest sneakers ever made, and now direct three incredible documentaries.
We invite you to spend a day in the company of Bobbito Garcia as for the first time ever all three of Bobbito’s films will be shown on one day finishing with the UK Premier of his new autobiographical Rock Rubber 45s and followed by Q&A and DJ set with the man himself in this incredible intimate east London venue.
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