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Kennington Bioscope Silent Comedy Weekend event postponed

April to April 2020 · Events

Due to the coronavirus situation we have decided, with much regret, to postpone the Silent Film Comedy Weekend which was scheduled for Saturday 18 April – Sunday 19 April 2020. The new date is September 5th and 6th and you can read about it HERE.

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Kennington Bioscope Silent Comedy Weekend event postponed until 2021

September to September 2020 · Events

Kennington Bioscope, in association with Kevin Brownlow, presents a weekend of silent comedy films, all with live musical accompaniment.

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Kennington Bioscope Silent Comedy Weekend – Sunday

March 2018 · Events

Kennington Bioscope presents a Silent Comedy Weekend (in support of the Cinema Museum). Sunday programme.

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Kennington Bioscope Silent Comedy Weekend – Saturday

March 2018 · Events

Kennington Bioscope presents a Silent Comedy Weekend (in support of the Cinema Museum). Saturday programme.

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The 2nd Kennington Bioscope Silent Comedy Weekend

October to October 2016 · Events

The Kennington Bioscope festival returns with another weekend of classic comedy.

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Kennington Bioscope presents The Man Without Desire (1923) and John Heriot’s Wife (1920)

June 2022 · Events

Kennington Bioscope presents an Ivor Novello film set in 18th Century Venice and the present day, the film debut of director Adrian Brunel, along with an Anglo-Dutch country house thriller.

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Kennington Bioscope Silent Laughter Weekend – Saturday 23 April

April 2022 · Events

Celebrating comedy’s greatest era, our packed programme offers a feast of both classic and rarely screened films, including a screening of Harold Lloyd’s 1923 comedy masterpiece Safety Last!.

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Kennington Bioscope Silent Laughter Weekend – Sunday 24 April

April 2022 · Events

Celebrating comedy’s greatest era, our packed programme offers a feast of both classic and rarely screened films, including a evening of Laurel and Hardy hosted by Neil Brand.

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