Irish music documentary Good Cake Bad Cake: The Story of LiR is to premiere at Dublin's Sugar Club on Wednesday March 20 and will then screen for four nights at The Factory Cinema from March 21 to 24.

Directed and produced by Shimmy Marcus (Soulboy, Aidan Walsh - Master of the Universe), the film chronicles the trials and tribulations of one of Ireland's greatest nearly bands, LiR.

"Formed in the late '80s, the Dublin outfit released three critically acclaimed but commercially underachieving albums," Marcus says. "Inveterate road warriors, they survived legal battles, collapsed record deals, and near-death bus crashes on their epic journey, which is now in its 25th year!"

You can watch the trailer by clicking the link on your left.

The premiere screening at The Sugar Club is at 7:00pm on March 20 (including after party and DJ set by LiR), with screenings in The Factory Cinema (situated in Dublin arts studio The Factory) taking place at 8:00pm and 9:40pm from March 21 to 24. Tickets are available from

Good Cake Bad Cake: The Story Of LiR