Cinema fans can be hoisted into some of the world's most inaccessible spots with the UK's most exciting adventure filmmakers next month.

The Brit Rock Film Tour returns to 3rdspace for its second year to present more incredible, death defying feats of athleticism on Saturday, November 17.

A cinematic celebration of British climbing, Brit Rock delivers a stunning new line up of compelling stories from the vertical world featuring some of the country’s most popular climbers.

Featuring 90 mins of short films - and tantalising street - the film tour will condense entire lifetimes of gruelling training, trigger fingers issues and tendonitis into the perfect showreel to give viewers an exclusive look at a treasure trove of peaks, otherwise out of bounds to anyone other than the most committed.

Watch the best new climbing films on the big screen including the latest releases from leading filmmaker and founder of the Brit Rock Tour Alastair Lee, who presents four films including the Brazilian Line, which follow a maverick bunch of Brits big wall hunting in Brazil and Blood Moon captures the attempt open a new climb, ground up, on a 700m Big Wall called Tsaranoro Atsimo in Madagascar.

Staying closer to home, his film Just Anna gives viewers a chance to meet the remarkable 20 year old Anna Taylor as she bucks all the trends with stunning new sport routes and bold traditional lines, and North Base follows Tim Howell - a specialist in climbing cliffs and jumping from the top of them.

Also showcasing their work are Paul Diffley with Whiz Kid: Rainshadow which tells the story of William Bosi, the youngest Brit to climb the ultimate magic 9a grade and Snowdonia set Free Flow, as well as Chris Prescott whose film Undiscovered explores Dave MacLeod's passion for pioneering first ascents in Scotland.

Join the climbers in the spirit of adventure at 3rd Space on Saturday, November 17 at 7pm.

Tickets are £10, available from