Thu 20 February 2020

Trafalgar Releasing has plenty of exciting releases hitting cinemas internationally this spring.

On 10 March, Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets captures Pink Floyd’s celebrated shows at London’s Roundhouse, where they played some of their most revered early shows in the 1960s. This release features a uniquely thrilling set list including songs hailing from Syd Barrett’s time with the band. This theatrical event also includes a Q&A with Nick Mason and the band where they will answer questions submitted by fans, exclusive to cinemas.

Riverdance 25th Anniversary Show catapults Riverdance into the 21st century and will completely immerse you in the extraordinary and elemental power of its music and dance. Filmed live at the 3Arena Dublin, the exact spot where it all began, the 25th Anniversary Gala Performance will bring Riverdance to the big screen for the very first time on 15 March.

From Executive Producer Stephen Curry, the award-winning film Jump Shot celebrates the true story of Kenny Sailors, the forgotten basketball legend who introduced the jump shot, became a 2-time collegiate All American and NBA pioneer, revolutionized the sport for women, served as a US Marine in WWII, and then quietly faded into history. Jump Shot: The Kenny Sailors Story is in cinemas on 2 April.

To celebrate 85 years of Elvis Presley and 50 years since the film’s original 1970 release, the King returns to cinemas on 22 April – remastered – with Elvis: That’s The Way It Is, an unmissable event for fans around the world. This feature-length documentary and concert film features performances including Love Me Tender, Sweet Caroline, Heartbreak Hotel and Suspicious Minds.

Chronicling its journey from unlikely beginnings, Enormous: The Gorge Story on 28 April, weaves together personal stories from music legends Dave Matthews, Mike McCready (Pearl Jam), Jason Mraz, Dierks Bentley, and Steve Miller, with the emotional narratives of audience members who have built their lives around the venue. These stories reveal how a family-owned winery – with a makeshift plywood stage – ascended to become “The Gorge”, a Billboard, Pollstar and ACM winning music venue.