The Cinema Museum in the media, together with the latest from our Twitter feed.
Plus – announcements, comings & goings and other items from behind the scenes at the Museum.
The Elephant & Castle was once home to an extraordinary number of picture houses and was known as the Piccadilly Circus of the South. The Cinema Museum’s Picture Palace Project is a community heritage scheme supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
The Guardian’s Michelle Hanson took a tour of the Museum with Ronald Grant.
The Shaw Society presents Farewell to the Theatre, a script-in-hand performance of Harley Granville-Barker’s last play produced and acted by Eileen Page and Hayward Morse.
Misty Moon’s official photographer, John Gaffen, took these pictures at the An Audience With Robin Askwith event held at the Museum on Saturday January 31st.
Canada Water Culture Space is hosting a screening of Drifters (1929), with a live vocal soundtrack by Jason Singh on the 12th February at 19.30.
Anthony MR Lewis goes to Leicester Place for an ‘exclusive interview’ with Charlie Chaplin.
The Silent London blog has published an article in praise of the Kennington Bioscope (and of course its hosts, The Cinema Museum).
Pictures from the Actors Rechoired go to the Movies! and the Kinima Presents: L.A. Confidential and Live Cine-Variety events held at the Museum on Saturday December 6th.