Films we accompany

Since our conception, we have been lucky enough to accompany some of silent film’s best loved films:


  • Piccadilly (Dir. E.A. Dupont 1929) Piano and Percussion
  • The Lost World (Dir. Harry O. Hoyt, 1925) Picturehouse Quartet
  • The Epic of Everest (Filmed by Captain John Noel 1924) Piano and Violin
  • Shooting Stars (Dir. A. Asquith 1928) Solo Piano
  • The Adventures of Prince Achmed (1926) Solo Piano /Piano and Percussion

Comedy Features


  • The Kid (Starring Charlie Chaplin, 1921) Solo Piano
  • Safety Last! (Starring Harold Lloyd, 1923) Solo Piano
  • The Freshman (Starring Harold Lloyd, 1925) Solo Piano
  • Sherlock Jnr (Starring Buster Keaton, 1924) Picturehouse Quartet
  • Steamboat Bill Jnr (Starring Buster Keaton, 1928) Piano and Percussion
  • The General (Starring Buster Keaton, 1926) Picturehouse Quartet – from Aug 2019

Comedy shorts*

Laurel and Hardy 2

  • The Pawn Shop (Starring Charlie Chaplin, 1916)
  • The Adventurer (Starring Charlie Chaplin, 1917)
  • The Immigrant (Starring Charlie Chaplin, 1917)
  • A Dog’s Life (Starring Charlie Chaplin, 1919)
  • One Week (Starring Buster Keaton, 1920)
  • The Scarecrow (Starring Buster Keaton, 1920)
  • Number, Please? (Starring Harold Lloyd, 1920)
  • Never Weaken (Starring Harold Lloyd, 1920)
  • An Eastern Westerner (Starring Harold Lloyd, 1921)
  • The Lucky Dog (Starring Laurel and Hardy, 1921)
  • Cops (Starring Buster Keaton, 1922)
  • Liberty! (Starring Laurel and Hardy, 1929)
*Please note: these films are around 20 minutes each in length and should be part of a bigger programme.

Horror Features

Dr Caligari Landscape tinted

  • The Cabinet of Dr Caligari (Dir. Robert Weine, 1920) Piano and Percussion
  • Nosferatu (Dir. F.W. Murnau, 1922) Piano and Percussion
  • The Lodger (Dir. Alfred Hitchcock, 1927) Piano and Percussion
  • Metropolis (Dir. Fritz Lang 1927) Piano and Percussion