Pre-order the DVD

Seven Songs for a Long Life DVD

From December, Seven Songs for a Long Life will be available on DVD in the UK. And you can be among the first to receive this DVD – or give one to a friend – by ordering it now.

All you need to figure out is if you just want to watch that DVD by yourself, with friends or with family – which is when you select the £14.50 one. This also covers our cost for postage and packaging. And we'll throw in a few bonus tracks on top of the film.

If you'd like to share the film with more people – in your community, your professional organisation or in education – we ask that you give us £95 (that's actually £70.50 plus VAT, and again including p&p). This is for a non-commercial licence, i.e. you're not using the film to make a profit.

The added bonus is that this educational version comes with a chaptered structure and even more bonus tracks: a look behind the scenes with key stakeholders, and 11 educational clips with supporting materials.

You can top up either price tag by entering a custom amount – meaning what you'd like to pay as a total instead of the original price – with the surplus being a donation to keep our campaign going.

If none of these offers suit your plans, simply drop us a line.

And remember, our DVD offer is for the UK only at this point.

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