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Somerset House Film –“Bride of Frankenstein”- Double Bill - £10

Hosted by the Consul of the London City Trotters Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Fri 17 Aug 19:00 - 23:30

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**** Very limited Half price Tickets for General Admission at £10 includes £2.75 booking fee (Box Office price £19.75 includes £2.75 booking fee). Please contact me on Protected content for payment details. ****

Film4 Summer Screen at Protected content returns for two weeks this August, bringing you a film lover’s dream season at London’s ultimate outdoor film destination.

This year's stellar selection of films are shown on London’s largest outdoor screen, presented in full surround sound and accompanied by DJ sets, exclusive onstage introductions from directors, cast and surprise special guests. Laugh, cry, jump out of your skin and cheer along with 2,000 other film fans under the stars at the original and best outdoor screen in London. Book now and join us for the boldest and brightest cinema under the night sky this summer.

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Certificate PG
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First film starts approximately 21.00

Featuring possibly the most famous screen creature, Frankenstein's monster, as played by Boris Karloff in director James Whale's Protected content to the classic original Protected content . This time the monster has a mate in the shape of Elsa Lanchester, and the resulting film is widely considered one of the greatest sequels of all time. The story of Frankenstein, the scientist and his creation, came to author Mary Shelley in a dream and this year marks the 200th anniversary of her famous novel, making this short double-bill (it'll be over by midnight) the perfect way to celebrate both a landmark in literature and two of the most wondrous screen fantasies ever imagined.

Black and white cinematography has a delicate magic all its own, especially when experienced on the big screen, and this double-bill is a celebration of its suggestive power. Nobody casts a spell quite like artist, writer, poet and filmmaker Jean Cocteau, whose creative imagination is virtually unparalleled in the 20th century. His Protected content fantasia La Belle Et La Bête may be one of the most famous and influential films of its kind, a re-telling of the famous fairytale about a young girl who sets out to rescue her father from a Gothic castle only to become enchanted by the prideful Beast who lives there. With its many magical moments, all created using camera tricks and hand-crafted special-effects that still evoke awe and wonder today, Cocteau's film perfectly conjures the feel of being enmeshed in a waking dream.

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Honorary Group Consul - London City Trotters