Classic comedy for Curzon Kids at Clevedon cinema
By Carol_Deacon | Monday, January 07, 2013, 12:51
Youngsters going to the Curzon on Saturday morning will get the chance to interview the cinema organist and see classic comedy films.
At 10am on Saturday, January 12, Curzon Kids a film club for pre and primary age children and their parents is showing a selection of family comedy shorts.
These include three early Morph films from Aardman Animations, a Buster Keaton comedy and one other silent black and white film with musical accompaniment.
After the screening, the organist will talk to the audience and demonstrate how the organ works.
The children will be able to ask questions about how he chooses the music for the films he accompanies.
This will be followed by a sing song accompanied by the organ.
For advance booking call 01275 871000 and go online by clicking HERE.
The Saturday morning film club is set up especially for three to 11-year-olds and their parents to come and enjoy films together.
Events consists of a film screening plus activity for £3.50 per ticket with one free ticket to an adult who brings four children.
• Films chosen especially for pre and primary aged schoolchildren
• Fun film-related activity immediately after the film screening
• The opportunity to try something new
• The chance to meet with other children who enjoy films
• Films you might not have seen before from around the world
• Some old film favourites
• Complimentary ticket for an adult bringing four children
The Curzon Kids project is supported by Clevedon Town Council and Creative England.
The grant from Creative England was awarded in the first round of funding managed by this new UK wide body.
The Curzon Community Cinema was first opened as The Picture House in April 1912.
Now a Grade II listed building, it has been owned since 1996 by a registered charity, the Curzon Clevedon Community Centre for the Arts, formed to buy the building and run it as a community cinema.