St John's Notting Hill
Silent Film with Organ Accompanying, played by Donald MacKenzie
Friday 7th November, 8.00pm
As part of St John's WWI centenary programme of events, we are excited to present this Academy Award winning silent film with live organ accompanying. Come and see an action packed romantic film set in WW1, with actors flying real fighter planes, pursuing, diving and soaring overhead. The film will be accompanied by the tense, lyrical, expressive and resounding music of the restored organ, played by Donald MacKenzie, resident organist at the Odeon Leicester Square, who is returning to St John's after performing for last year's silent film The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
This will all be at the special price of just £5 per ticket, to celebrate the organ's restoration sponsored by the Heritage Lottery Fund. Buy your ticket before they sell out! Click on the link at the bottom.
There will be popcorn and a bar available on the night, and the church will be be beautifully candlelit. Doors open at 7.00pm for an 8.00pm film start. Seating is unreserved.
Please dress in warm clothing as the church may be a little cold in November.
This film contains some mild violence, meaning it may be unsuitable for younger children.
This event is sponsored by the Heritage Lottery Fund, and, in this centenary year, is in support of the Royal British Legion's Poppy Appeal 2014.
To buy tickets, and to see lots of pictures and film information, please visit: