Live Events 2021

We are pleased to confirm our first shows for 2021.

August 10th: Nosferatu

(1922) Piano score by Sam Watts

Wilton’s Music Hall, London

“It haunts us” (Roger Ebert).  German director F.W Murnau’s 1922 symphony of horrors was the first (unofficial) screen adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula and almost 100 years on it can still chill the blood.  

Running time: 125 minutes, including interval

August 11th: Nosferatu

(1922) Piano score by Sam Watts

Wilton’s Music Hall, London

“It haunts us” (Roger Ebert).  German director F.W Murnau’s 1922 symphony of horrors was the first (unofficial) screen adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula and almost 100 years on it can still chill the blood. 

Running time: 125 minutes, including interval

They have a rare ability to enchant both expert audiences and children seeing silents for the first time.

— Jonathan Wakeham, Founder of London Comedy Festival LOCO

The Lucky Dog Picturehouse mix a lip-smacking cocktail of classic silent movies and zesty new live music, garnished by their own delight in entertaining and educating an audience. Whether you’re a silent-cinema newcomer or an aficionado, their events make everyone feel like a lucky dog! ”

— Nicholas Barber, BBC Culture