Phil Collins -Tomorrow Is Always Too Long 2014- Production still- Courtesy Shady Lane Productions- Berlin and The Common Guild Glasgow. Photo- France-Lise McGurn 2

RENOWNED award-winning artist Phil Collins has revealed details of his latest film project commissioned by The Common Guild. ‘Tomorrow Is Always Too Long’ will premiere in Glasgow’s Queen’s Park in July as a one-night-only free event. The impressive soundtrack will feature Mogwai’s Barry Burns, Cate Le Bon, voodoo ravers Golden Teacher and the esteemed Royal Scottish National Orchestra.

Taking place on Saturday 19th July 2014 the new work will be presented across large LED screens set up in Queen’s Park’s Old Rose Garden, with views over the city and the surrounding hills. This memorable evening promises to be a night like no other and continues the park’s great tradition of public gatherings, from political protests to music festivals.

Says Collins: “Who would have thought that my love affair with Glasgow would result in a night out in the park? It’s been a roller-coaster ride over the last year. I began at Hotel Bar-L and ended up being Tartan Elvis’s roadie in Castlemilk. I learned about life by attending a full course of ante-natal classes and danced the slosh every weekend at Frampton’s. Each encounter and exchange along the way has been a riot to say the least, and if the work can communicate a fraction of the joy I’ve had making it, I’ll die a happy man.”

Tickets for the event are available now via here. All tickets will be posted out two weeks before the event. Please note, the film may not be suitable for under 14’s. Stay up-to-date with news via where you can sign up for e-newsletters.