A Flatpack regular, Birmingham Cathedral a rare example of English Baroque architecture with longstanding links to the arts in Birmingham; there’s a famous set of stained glass windows designed by Birmingham born pre-Raphaelite artist Sir Edward Burne-Jones. It also makes a pretty spectacular venue for a screening.
Cert: U Shakespeare’s jokes may not have aged too well, but it’s a safe bet that in 300 years people will still be laughing themselves silly at Laurel and Hardy. This evening’s entertainment will feature one of the finest moments from the boys’ silent period, alongside a feast of comedy from the early days of […]
Following the huge success of Flatpack’s opening night earlier this year, we return to Birmingham Cathedral for another very special evening of silent film and live music. Our feature presentation is The Cameraman, from 1928. Buster Keaton’s final silent feature, it’s a beautifully daft romantic comedy about a young man who takes a […]
Dir. F.W. Murnau / Germany 1922 / 93 min Cert (PG) Endlessly parodied and plagiarised, the first ever vampire film remains one of the best, and ninety years on it retains the power to chill you to the bone. Summoned to the remote castle of Count Orlok, estate agent Hutter finds a shadowy, nocturnal creature […]