No One But Me (cert tbc)
6 October 2012
She was the ginger-haired bombshell at the swinging heart of the post-war jazz scene. She took heroin with Lenny Bruce, shoplifted with Billie Holiday and had a mixed race child with drummer Kenny Clarke at the height of segregated America… and every step of the way, legendary jazz singer Annie Ross has shunned convention – earning her reputation as possibly the hippest Scotswoman ever. In No One But Me, Annie candidly tells the story of her remarkable life.
We're delighted that Brian Ross, director of the film, will attend the screening and take part in a Q&A. This screening is part of Luminate: Scotland's Creative Ageing Festival. Tickets cost £5.50 (£4.50).