The excellent, etheral sounds of St John’s Church organ will be returning for the next St. John’s Notting Hill Film Night – and this time the game is afoot…
On Friday, 5 May from 8pm-9:30pm, Sherlock Jr (1924) – a film directed by, and starring, Buster Keaton – will be accompanied by Donald MacKenzie, Resident Organist at The Odeon Leicester Square for an evening of laughs.
Sherlock Jr is Buster Keaton’s classic portrayal of the legendary detective long before Benedict Cumberbatch donned the deerstalker for the latest, modern incarnation. The classic comedy, famous for its technical wizardry and daring stunts, will be shown as part of a double-bill with Laurel and Hardy’s short comedy caper Do Detective’s Think?
This is the sixth film that has been shown at St John’s Notting Hill (Lansdowne Crescent, W11 2NN). All previous nights have sold out, so get your ticket in advance and come along for a rare showing of this classic silent film.
Tickets are £10 and can be ordered online. Tickets are also available at the Church, weekdays 10am – 1pm.