Win tickets to the London premier of Status Quo Movie, Hello Quo

Say what you like about Status Quo, over the past forty-five years they’ve become a British institution, selling 118 million albums worldwide, recording 22 Top 10 hits and spending 415 weeks in the UK singles chart. The band has had more chart hits than any other rock group.

Their last album Quid Pro Quo was their 29th studio album and yet another Top 10 hit. Since the bands inception 45 years ago they’ve never really been out of fashion (mainly because they’ve never really been IN fashion), despite this fact their fans are fiercely loyal and fantastically unpretentious.

Now, a new documentary film about the band, Hello Quo is to be released and we have a pair of tickets to the London Premiere of the film on Monday 22nd October (doors 6pm), followed by an exclusive Q&A with Status Quo and director of the film Alan G. Parker

The movie is a new definitive fly-on-the-wall documentary by well-known music filmmaker Alan G Parker, about the phenomenon of STATUS QUO – since the very early days with fantastic interviews from: Brian May, Paul Weller, Sir Cliff Richard, Thin Lizzy, Buzzcocks, Slade and Midge Ure.

Great footage from Live Aid and the infamous concert from the Princes Trust where Status Quo then became part of the British music institution. HELLO QUO! collects hours of previously unseen footage and classic live material with full exclusive access to all band members.

In order to be in the draw for the prize, just answer the following simple question (below).

Win tickets to the London premier of Status Quo Movie

This competition is now closed – congratulations to Ian Macavoy.

For more info about the film visit HELLO QUO!, The definitive Status Quo fly-on-the-wall Documentary Access All Areas Collector’s Edition DVD & Blu-ray is out on 29 October

Usual Terms and Conditions Apply. Editors decision is final. Closing date is 19th October 2012, transport costs not included, you will have to make your own way to the cinema (Odeon West End, 40 Leicester Square, London)

Good luck!