Bunny Comes To Adelaide!

Bunny And The Bull, the debut feature film from Paul King, is to expand its current theatrical run in Australia with a limited run in Adelaide.

© Warp Films

© Warp Films

The film, which stars Edward Hogg, Simon Farnaby and Veronica Echegui as well as featuring cameo appearances from Julian Barratt, Noel Fielding and Richard Ayoade, will be screening at Mercury Cinema in June.

Exact dates are yet to be announced, but you can find out further details at the Mercury Cinema website or their Twitter page.  If we at TVO hear about any further theatrical screenings for the film anywhere in the world, we’ll be sure to keep you posted.

It’s definitely not to be missed, and we urge ALL our readers to watch this extraordinary motion picture. UK peelers can order it, and its rather lovely soundtrack by The Ralfe Band right now via The Velvet Onion Amazon Store.

But don’t just take our word for it… here’s a couple of vintage interviews with the stars of the film, Edward Hogg & Simon Farnaby, and the utter delight that is Paul King, all taken from the promotional push around the film’s UK release late last year.  Enjoy.

2 Comments on Bunny Comes To Adelaide!

  1. I am so happy it’s coming to Adelaide, thought we were going to miss out! I’ll be there with bells on…

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  2. Adelaide is indeed blessed! First Rich Fulcher, then Bunny And The Bull and now a post all of our own on TVO!! Thanks so much to the whole TVO team for keeping us all so incredibly well-informed on all things Booshlike – love the changes to the site, too 🙂

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