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Kings Cross Extreme World Tour (2013) (TV) TV



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Overview

Language
English

Country
UK

Ratings / Votes

MPAA Ratings

Production Company
Kings Cross Productions [gb]

Production Designer

All Producers

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Writers

Release Date

Running Time
30

Tagline
In space no one has heard a gig...

Keywords
concert, deep-mine, extreme, space, volcano, world-tour,

Technical Support
RAT:16:9 HD



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Full Cast

  1. Gadenne, Josh as [Himself]
  2. III, Dan Raynham as [Himself - Lead singer]
  3. Raynham III, Dan as
  4. Vicary, Pete as [Himself - Guitarist]
  5. Kiff, Eleanor as [Herself]

Genres

  1. Documentary

Full Plot

This content is a surreal, adrenalin fueled road journey. Imagine the band travelling to Oymyakon in Siberia, stopping along the Road of Death to entertain the local Cossacks, before attempting to play in -50C. The next stop would be playing inside Erta Ale active volcano in Ethiopia, involving a trek through hostile conditions and local tribes. Certain band members may not be able to handle the physical extremes, leading to on screen tension and desperate situations- ultimately leading to the elation of success. Physical, mental and technological boundaries will be pushed to the limit. World records will be broken. Anonymous Epic rock band Kings Cross embark on the most extreme tour ever undertaken. Top Gear meets Michael Palin's Pole to Pole meets Spinal Tap. Locations include South Pole and inside an active volcano. The ultimate aim is the first gig in space. Anonymous Plot not found

Total Business

BT: GBP 300,000

Movie Certificate

E (UK)

Film Editors

  1. Lyman, Rich

Shooting/Filming Locations

  1. Erta Ale, Ethiopia
  2. Oimyakon, Siberia, Russia

Trivia

- Kings Cross created the pilot for this show by playing the UK's highest ever gig in winter conditions on top of Ben Nevis.

- Kings Cross carried all of their equipment to the top, including a 35kg power generator and PA system. They played to over 200 people on the peak.

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