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SOLD OUT-Psycho (1960) 15

We all go a little mad sometimes.

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Wednesday 7th September

Doors: 6:15 pm

Screening: 7:45 pm


The mother of modern suspense films, Alfred Hitchcock's greatest masterpiece revolutionised the genre and left a lasting mark on pop culture. Janet Leigh stars as Marion Crane, a Phoenix secretary who steals $40,000 from her employer, goes on the run and checks into a remote motel run by the disturbed Norman Bates, played brilliantly by Anthony Perkins in the role that would define his career. Filmed in black and white with long, tense shots including little dialogue, Hitchcock crafts a slow burning suspense that leaves you constantly on edge. Teasing you from its opening moments, Psycho twists and turns down a dark path taking you far from its original course to somewhere much more terrifying; the Bates' Motel.

1000 Londoners;

Ben in Camden is 51-60 and is A Writer. Ben Aaronovitch is the acclaimed author of the supernatural police procedural “Rivers of London” series.

Please note: all tickets include seating. 
Please also note due to the sensitivity of this site, there is ABSOLUTELY NO GLASS PERMITTED at Brompton Cemetery. You are welcome to BYO picnic and/or enjoy the catering on site. There will be no alcoholic drinks for sale so please bring your own if you like [plastic bottles / cans only!]

Plan your journey to Brompton Cemetery here.

Hot and cold drinks available [no alcohol]

Hot and cold food available

Limited disabled access

No glass/ glassware permitted

Picnics [with alcohol] permitted

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