Silent Movie Night

Spend a summer evening in our beautiful Victorian courtyard, watching classics from the days of silent films with live musical accompaniment from pianist Vincent Byrne.

The evening begins with the 1928 short, Habeas Corpus, starring Laurel and Hardy as grave robbers working for a mad scientist, followed by Buster Keaton in American Civil War epic, The General (1926), often cited as the greatest film of the silent movie era.

Refreshments and a bar will be available upon arrival and at the interval.

Tickets are £10 per person, on sale now.

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