Presented by The Lucky Dog Picturehouse
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY experience silent film with LIVE music in one of the most unique events of the year!
Join us in Brunel’s underground Grand Entrance Hall built in 1843 for a special screening of the British Thriller ‘UNDERGROUND’ (1926) with live piano score by Tom Marlow of The Lucky Dog Picturehouse.
“Silent Film has no finer custodians” – Nicholas Barber, BBC Culture Critic
“They have the rare ability to delight both expert audiences and children seeing silent films for the first time” – Jonathan Wakeham , London Comedy Film Festival (LOCO)
Anthony Asquith’s subterranean tale of love, jealousy and murder evokes the life of the ordinary Londoner with its scenes of the bustling underground and the capital’s parks, double-decker buses, pubs and shabby bedsits. See what life was like in our capital more than 90 years ago!
Feel free to dress to impress in this 1920s event -best outfit wins two tickets to one of our future events!
Cocktails served courtesy of the award-winning Midnight Apothecary from 5pm
Street food available
Doors at 7pm, Screening at 7.30pm with 1920s DJ after till 10:30pm
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: We try our best to make sure that our events are accessible to everyone, but due to this being a underground victorian listed building it is unfortunately not wheelchair accessible. do contact us if you have been affected by this and we will let you know about accessible events in the area.