The film’s theme song ‘Hanging In There’ – written and produced by singer Paul Middleton and musician Lee Turner is released today, and is accompanied by a video that contains an exclusive first look at key moments in the film.
The video was directed by the film’s director Darren Scott, and edited by Darren and Matt Chamberlain, and features Paul is a handful of the film’s locations, including Rugby Town FC, where some of the extras were lucky enough to be asked to be in the video.
To watch the video, head on over to our Facebook Page
Don’t forget, tickets are still available for our Warwickshire screening at the Talisman Theatre in Kenilworth. Details can be found here
With the premiere sold out, we’ve managed to set up a 2nd screening on April 22nd. The film will be shown in Warwickshire – it’s spiritual home – at the Talisman Theatre in Kenilworth.
Tickets are available via the Talisman Theatre website, and are selling very well. As with the premiere, there will be a Q&A session after the film with writer/producer Geoff Saunders, director/producer Darren Scott along with lead actors Chris Hudson and Elizabeth Joyce Morris.
In just over 24 hours, all the tickets for the premiere screening of the film have sold out.
If you’d like to be on the returns list, email us at email@example.com, and we’ll offer them on a first come, first served basis if any become available.
Thank you to everyone who managed to get a ticket – we’ll see you at the Premiere!
So here is the news everyone has been waiting for…and the news we’ve been so excited to tell you!
The premiere for Hanging in There will be on Monday 10th April at 7pm. The venue is the very prestigious Soho Hotel in London.
The private cinema holds only 100 seats so this will be a very exclusive event, and tickets will be limited.
Before the event, there will be photo opportunities with the principal cast and any special guests at the event. After the screening, there will be a Q&A session which will be compered by Testicular Cancer survivor, and Orchid Charity founder, Colin Osborne.
The event is entirely in support of the Orchid – Fighting Male Cancer Charity and we are grateful of their support and help in making this event happen. If you would like to know more about the charity, please visit their website.
To get hold of a ticket to this very special event, click here.
..and to whet your appetite, here’s the trailer:
We’ve added a new menu item – PRODUCTION IMAGES – where you can see a large selection of photos taken over the past three years of making this film. Over 250 people were involved in bringing Hanging In There to the screen, and we used around 25 location across the UK included Warwickshire, London, Suffolk, Sussex, Kent and the West Midlands.
Welcome to the Official ‘Hanging in There’ website.
You should find everything you need to know about the movie, who’s involved, and when and where you can see it, along with interviews with the principle cast and crew.
Once it’s been released, we’ll be putting up some extras including a Behind The Scenes film, ubiquitous Blooper Reel, and a heart-warming documentary made on set with some Testicular Cancer survivors by members of the cast and crew.
There’s more on it’s way, so bookmark the site and check back regularly.