Fri, Nov 19|
The Chambers Theatre
Nothing Stays the Same: Film Screening and Q&A w/ Filmmakers and Guy Forsyth
"Nothing Stays the Same" celebrates the last 30 years of live music in Austin, Texas, while also examining the challenges faced by musicians and music venues in one of the fastest-growing and most popular cities in the USA, all through the lens of the legendary Saxon Pub.
Time & Location
Nov 19, 2021, 7:30 PM – 10:00 PM
The Chambers Theatre, 121 Main St, Buda, TX 78610, USA
About the Event
(USA, 2019) (71min)
2019 SXSW World Premiere - Winner Best Music Documentary
2019 Best Texas Doc: Hill Country Film Festival
With iconic Austin venues closing each year due to rising rents and property taxes, the writing is on the wall for the Saxon Pub, a mainstay in live music since 1990. Soon being forced to a new space – akin to closure for most clubs – its owner Joe Ables, its regulars and staff and its beloved musicians such as local luminaries Joe Ely, Bob Schneider, Patrice Pike, Guy Forsyth, Hector Ward, Carolyn Wonderland, The Resentments, Johnny Nicholas, W.C. Clark, Robynn Shayne and others, turn to face the music until they learn their fate might not be sealed after all. Call it divine intervention or a stroke of good luck, the Saxon could live to see another day if it plays its cards right.
Join us after the film for a special Q&A with the filmmakers and musician Guy Forsyth!
Complimentary drinks before the show in the Inspired Minds Gallery from 5pm-7pm to celebrate the Grand Opening of the Holiday Bazaar!
General Admission Tickets: $12
Pre-order Bar Snacks at ticket checkout: $7
No outside food.
Concessions and non-alchoholic beverages available for purchase at the venue.
Includes Filmmaker Q&A$12.00Tax: +$0.99 Tax
Assortment of bar-inspired munchies.$7.00Tax: +$0.58 Tax