Alfred Hitchcock’s The Lodger at The Brunel Museum

Alfred Hitchcock’s The Lodger | The Brunel Museum | Thursday 29 August | £10-£13

Following their Sold Out Premiere, The Lucky Dog Picturehouse return to Brunel’s underground Grand Entrance Hall for more silent film fun. This August experience Alfred Hitchcock’s suspenseful, terrifying thriller The Lodger starring Ivor Novello.With live piano score by Christopher Eldred

From 6.30pm Cocktails served courtesy of the award-winning Midnight Apothecary in the beautiful roof terrace. Delicious street food. Film Screening 7.30pm.  

Please note the  screening is underground in the vaults of the chamber, so even in warm weather it may be refreshingly cool. Includes an Interval of 20 minutes

The Lucky Dog Picturehouse mix a lip-smacking cocktail of classic silent movies and zesty new live music, garnished by their own delight in entertaining an audience.  Silent Film has no finer custodians

Nicholas Barber, BBC Culture Critic
Alfred Hitchcock’s THE LODGER

‘Possibly the finest British production ever made’ (Bioscope) A landlady suspects her new lodger (Novello) is the madman killing women in London.  See the film that took inspiration from Nosferatu and paved the way for ’39 Steps’ and ‘Vertigo’ as we venture into the London fog with one of the greatest directors of all time.

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 other venues across the UK.

Please note: The organiser try their best to make sure that our events are accessible to everyone, and are able to accommodate two wheelchair spaces on the upper balcony (also known as the Royal Box!). Do contact the organiser if you have been affected by this and they will give you more info.

Disclaimer: WISE16 cannot be held responsible for any event changes or cancellation. We strongly recommend to check with the organiser if you have any questions, especially for those events which require paying a fee.