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City Screen joins the celebrations to mark 50 years of Jamaica's independence with a classic movie and reggae in the Riverside Café-Bar.
There's an accompanying art exhibition by Lu Mason in the Sky Lounge running from 26 July to 26 August.
On Independence Day itself we're showing the classic '70s crime drama THE HARDER THEY COME starring Jimmy Cliff as an impoverished reggae singer and antihero who becomes drawn into the underworld. The film was part-funded by Chris Blackwell of Island Records, and its bestselling soundtrack included contributions from Toots and the Maytals, Desmond Dekker and Jimmy Cliff, who recorded the title track for the film.
After the screening, we’ll rock the Riverside with reggae DJs Alilou and Miss Fabulous playing vinyl vibes until midnight.