Staten Island’s Wu Tang Clan debuted in 1993 with the album Enter The 36 Chambers, cementing them as one of the most influential and well known hip hop groups of all time. The love for the crew from the UK has always been well regarded by the Wu Tang Clan and filmmaker, Nick Donnelly, has tracked some of this appreciation. The film uses their 2013 Manchester date – where the whole crew were reunited – as a jumping off point. The film is backed by the Wu Tang, and following its sold out showing this week in London, the film will be screened for one night only in Gorilla (which also features in the film). Leaf Dog (of Four Owls), Yung Meth and English Frank will be appearing on the night too, to explain how the Wu have shaped their music and changed their perspective on life growing up in the UK. For more gigs in Manchester, click here.

Tue 19 Dec, Gorilla, 54-56 Whitworth Street West, M1 5WW, 7pm-11pm, £10,

Tue 19 Dec
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Mon 18 Dec 2017