A new film will tell the story of Glastonbury‘s former late night area, Lost Vagueness.
The area was a big part of the festival for two decades, but, after the organiser fell out with Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis, it was pulled. It was last a part of the Somerset festival in 2007, and was replaced by Shangri La.
Lost In Vagueness, the first music documentary from director Sofia Olins, will unravel Lost Vagueness’ history, and that of creator Roy Gurvitz. The movie was filmed over 12 years and features…
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