The Cat and the Canary (1927) with Steinway Piano Live Score

Cinema | (PG) | 84 minutes |
2nd November 2023

Thu 2 Nov | Starts 7.30pm | Live Performance | Tickets £9.50 | Conc. £8.50 | Theatre

Join us for a special screening of this classic Horror-Comedy from celebrated German direcotr Paul Leni, accompanied by a live Piano score on the Brewery’s Steinway Piano. We welcome back pianist Tony Judge to Brewery Arts, following his performance at the 100th anniversary screening of Nosferatu in 2022. Tony has crafted a bespoke soundtrack to this classic film, making this a truly unique Cinematic experience – one not to be missed!

Rich old Cyrus West’s relatives are waiting for him to die so they can inherit. But he stipulates that his will be read 20 years after his death. On the appointed day his expectant heirs arrive at his brooding mansion. The will is read and it turns out that Annabelle West, the only heir with his name left, inherits, if she is deemed sane. If she isn’t, the money and some diamonds go to someone else, whose name is in a sealed envelope. Before he can reveal the identity of her successor to Annabelle, Mr. Crosby, the lawyer, disappears. The first in a series of mysterious events, some of which point to Annabelle in fact being unstable.

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2nd November 2023

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