Nosferatu the Vampire

Nosferatu the Vampire


Date(s) - 24/10/2019
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Brunel Museum

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“It haunts us ” (Roger Ebert)

German director F.W Murnau’s 1922 symphony of horrors was the first (unofficial) screen adaptation of Bram Stoker’s ‘Dracula’ and almost 100 years on it can still chill the blood.  A young estate agent travels to meet the mysterious Count Orlok who seeks a new residence, but on his arrival all is not as it seems. This ‘land of ghosts’ holds secrets which should not be uncovered . . . One of the oldest and best Horror films of all time with LIVE piano score in the gloomy shadows of Brunel’s underground chamber. 
A Hallowe’en special with blood curdling cocktails served courtesy of the award-winning Midnight Apothecary in the beautiful roof terrace. Two cocktail vouchers for the best FANCY DRESS!

 Doors at 7pm, Screening at 7.30pm Tickets from £10 available here

*please note that this screening includes an interval of 20 minutes

The Lucky Dog Picturehouse is dedicated to recreating the original cinema experience; bringing together silent films and live, era specific music. They have performed at BFI Southbank, London Comedy Film Festival, London Transport Museum, Wilton’s Music Hall, Stanton Calling and numerous venues across the UK.

Accessibility: We try our best to make sure that our events are accessible to everyone and are able to accommodate two wheelchair spaces on the upper balcony (we call it the Royal box!). Do please contact us so that we can confirm spaces and give you more info.

Emily O’Hara  
Director, The Lucky Dog Picturehouse
phone :  07919 054 033 / 0203 609 1788