The Prodigy will release their first feature length live film in selected cinemas for one night only on Thursday March 31st.
The film, entitled 'World's On Fire' presents The Prodigy's biggest show to date which took place at the Warrior's Dance Festival at the Milton Keynes Bowl in July 2010. The band said of the night in question, "A lot of thought went into the place where we could throw the best party, we never wanted the typical stadium venue so Milton Keynes Bowl was perfect for our own Warrior’s Dance Festival coz it felt like a mad party in a field. The night was massive for us. It was important to us to bring a proper festival day and night for the people to remember and bring the same intense atmosphere like when we play Brixton Academy.... and it was. Standing on that stage was a truly triumphant feeling for us as the whole place kicked off, we looked out and we were f***in proud".
The film includes performances of classic Prodigy hits 'Firestarter', 'Breathe' and 'Smack My B**ch Up', as well as audio produced by Liam Howlett himself.
Irish screenings of 'World's On Fire' will take place at the Gaiety cinemas in Sligo and Arklow, Movies @ cinemas in Dundrum, Swords and Gorey as well as Mayo Movie World in Castlebar and SGC cinema in Dungarvan on March 31st. All screenings will also feature an exclusive and previously unseen short film taken on the road during their 'Invaders Must Die' tour in Brazil.