CANCELLED: Chuck Berry Film Premiere

Due To Circumstances Beyond Our Control. Refunds will be given to ticket holders.

CANCELLED

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CELEBRATING BLACK HISTORY MONTH


 

Runtime: 96-Minutes

SCREENING SCHEDULE

ALL SCREENINGS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED. OUR SINCERE APOLOGIES. WE ARE AS DISAPPOINTED AS YOU. PLEASE CALL THE BOX OFFICE FOR REFUNDS: 781-646-4849.

 

GENERAL EVENT INFORMATION

All tickets bought for this screening will be for GENERAL ADMISSION seating.
If you need reasonable accommodations, such as wheelchair accessible seating….
...please call our Box Office: 781.646.4849
Wheelchair Accessible seating is also available online

 

TICKETING & PRICE INFORMATION

Advance-Sale Tickets $12.00 are available below…
Day-of-Show Tickets $15.00
[A surcharge will be added at ALL Points of Sale]

 

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Regent Theatre Members 35%-OFF

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In this highly anticipated feature length documentary, the absolute instigator of rock ‘n’ roll, Chuck Berry, is truly revealed, with unprecedented exclusive access. Despite his iconic status, and reverence for his talent by rock’s heroes John Lennon, Keith Richards, Steven Van Zandt, Joe Perry, Nils Lofgren and Alice Cooper, all featured, Chuck Berry was a family man. He was a prolific craftsman of word and chords; an undisputed and stunning combination of talent and charisma. Director Jon Brewer (B.B. King: The Life of Riley, Nat King Cole: Afraid of the Dark), was personally selected by the Berry Estate to produce and direct the inside story of the man known as the bedrock of rock ‘n’ roll.

 

“Berry’s life has never been covered onscreen. That changes with Chuck Berry, a film directed and produced by Jon Brewer.” —Patrick Doyle, Rolling Stone

“This documentary focuses on his musical legacy through interviews with the likes of Keith Richards and Alice Cooper and footage from Berry’s estate.” —Ammar Kalia, The Guardian

“The legend is now the subject of Jon Brewer’s upcoming documentary, Chuck Berry, which honours the pioneering rock star through conversations with his peers and family members.” —Daniel Ong, Guitar.com

“Jon Brewer directed and produced ‘Chuck Berry,’ adding to his body of music documentaries, which include B.B. King: The Life of Riley,’ ‘Nat King Cole: Afraid of the Dark,’ and ‘Jimi Hendrix: The Guitar Hero.’” —Stewart Clarke, Variety