Next Event

Sunday 10 December, 4.45pm at the Phoenix Cinema, East Finchley

We will be presenting three films with new scores written by Jean Hasse and performing works by James Rae and Christopher Norton depicting the silent movie era. Set in one of Britain's oldest continuously-operating cinemas, the Phoenix, East Finchley, we will present films and music from the early days of cinema.

Tickets for £10 will be available from Monday 20 November from Phoenix Cinema.

Three films with new scores by Jean Hasse:

  • How It Feels To Be Run Over (Cecil Hepworth, 1900)
  • The ? Motorist (R. W. Paul, 1906)
  • Arthème Swallows His Clarinet (Ernest Servaes, 1912)
  • Plus two original works depicting the silent era:

  • Christopher Norton In Black & White (2004)
  • James Rae Two Cinematographic Impressions (2004)
  • The Grove, Alexandra Palace (Photo: Bruce Shayler)

    On the band stand in Queen's Park