Don’t miss our exciting programme this Thursday, with a fascinating selection of seldom-seen shorts, most from the 1930s and 1940s. To whet your appetite the full programme and notes are now available via the event webpage.
We would like to apologise, but due to circumstances beyond our control Barbara Windsor has had to reschedule her event at the Cinema Museum, which will now go ahead on Wednesday 20 June (and NOT Saturday 2 June as previously advertised). We hope that all those who have pre-booked tickets will still be able to come along [...]
Our guests are five women with a wealth of experience of the film and television industries: composer Debbie Wiseman, Python muse Carol Cleveland, actress Sylvia Syms, "the British Monroe" Vera Day and Carry On's Barbara Windsor. This is a collaboration with the Cinema and Television History (CATH) Research Centre at De Montfort University.
Our Open Day on Sunday 25 October was a great success, with over 400 visitors coming to explore the Museum and express their support for our future plans and campaign to make the Master’s House our permanent home. The Cinema Museum would like to thank everyone who came and helped to make the day such [...]
Tickets are going fast for our 60s/70s horror evening on 7 October with Kim Newman and Jonathan Rigby, but we’ve just released a new batch to WeGotTickets. Remember, this Friday night event is licensed, so you can calm your nerves with a selection of premium beers and wine by the glass from our cafe, all [...]
Our 1929 silent horror tale tomorrow (Thursday 22 September) features hypnotism, clutching hands and a haunted house, complete with a secret panel for concealing corpses and a pit of snakes. This rarely-seen film from director Walter Forde will be accompanied by renowned silent film accompanist John Sweeney.