If Paul Kelly’s ‘Lawrence of Belgravia’ film is on your must see list but you’ve unable to attend one of the rare screenings over the last few years then I’m please to inform you that the long awaited DVD version is now available. You will need to be quick though as there are only a few hundred copies remaining. Links below:
‘We’re please to announce that the pre-order phase for the Lawrence Of Belgravia DVD is over and finished copies are shipping from today. Most of our 2000 limited edition has sold via pre order but we have around 400 copies still available. Anyone who has already bought or buying from this point should expect delivery in the next few days. Thanks to all who pre-ordered for your patience.
The DVD itself is region 0 (region free) and will play on any PAL compatible player globally. If you happen to have a player that doesn’t support PAL the film can be viewed on any computer or laptop with a DVD player.
Though Lawrence Of Belgravia has “No Extras” (i.e. out-takes or deleted scenes) it does come with a lavish 20 page booklet that contains previously unpublished poetry by Lawrence. It also features two versions of the film one with song subtitles (English subtitles over live music sequences) and one with no subtitles at all. Those who preordered will also receive a small gift.
Copies can now be bought – for immediate despatch – here….
We got there in the end!!’