Film screening. Everybody in the Place: An Incomplete History of Britain 1984-1992


From 9 June 2019




Garage Screen summer cinema


A postmodernist lecture on acid house by contemporary artist Jeremy Deller.

A high-school student’s dream come true: a young-looking teacher with messy hair comes to class with a selection of videos from raves. This is exactly what happens in Everybody in The Place by artist, curator, Turner prize winner Jeremy Deller. Deller’s political works often comment on pop culture (he visited Andy Warhol’s Factory during his youth) and the world of music (think of the performance where Deller got a group of painters to draw a naked Iggy Pop), and Frieze invited the artist to produce a film for Second Summer of Love—the fair’s program exploring the cultural impact of late 1980s music.

With a title borrowed from a Prodigy song, the documentary is based on Deller’s hour-long lecture at an English high school. Discussing the beginning and development of underground rave culture in the context of social shakeups of the Thatcher era, Deller avoids lengthy descriptions of acid fashion and music, and instead focuses on miners’ strikes, compares early house clubs to churches, and brings in Marxist theory to reiterate an obvious but important point: whatever we do is politics—and rave was no exception.   

Everybody in the Place
Director: Jeremy Deller
UK, 2019. 61 min. 16+


Beat Film Festival is an international festival of documentaries with a focus on modern culture, founded in 2010. since it began, it has turned into an event of metropolitan scale, which acquaints the audience with the most relevant trends in the world of music, contemporary art, media, street culture, fashion, sport, and innovative technologies.

Its program includes Russian premiers of the most prominent films selected for major international film festivals, parties and special events with directors, musicians, and other representatives of contemporary culture. In 2017, the festival attracted over 21,000 people.


Standard: 450 RUB

 Garage Members: 225 RUB.


Concessions for pensioners, veterans, large families, under 18s, and visitors with disabilities (with one carer): 225 RUB**

To book members’ tickets, call +7 (499) 345-10-00 or email Booked tickets must be paid for no later than 30 minutes before the screening.

The film is in original language with Russian subtitles.
The event is accessible to deaf and hard of hearing visitors.

* For students of 18 to 25 years old with student ID
** Please bring proof of eligibility