Zeiss’ Travelling Cinematograph

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Zeiss’ Travelling Cinematograph

ZEISS’ TRAVELLING CINEMATOGRAPH

On December 17th, arts platform Hand Of will arrive in Wardington, with the astonishing Zeiss’ Travelling Cinematograph in tow.

The Zeiss Travelling Cinematograph is a 1920s style travelling cinema and pictoral concert party for all the family, bringing the amazing marvel of moving pictures to Wardington Memorial Hall.

The Zeiss Travelling Cinematograph will present Charlie Chaplin’s silent classic The Gold Rush, brought to life by the astonishing piano virtuoso Jason Gong, who will be providing a live and improvised score – it has to be seen to be believed!

This is cinema like you’ve never experienced it before, cinema as it was a hundred years ago. With the jeopardy of live music, the film leaps off the screen with more immediacy than ever before. This is the magic that made the world fall in love with film – and it’s here for Christmas, for one night only!

Tickets are £10 (£8 concessions).

Doors at 7pm; Concert at 8pm; Carriages at 10pm.

 

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