Date City Venue
25/08/18 undisclosed Shambala (Lost Picture Show)
Time: 11:55pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. In collaboration with the Horniman Museum’s Project Coral, the Cabinet voyage departs at midnight through mesmeric underwater worlds and into the minds of 20th century surrealists inspired by the sea. Sold Out More information
Tour: Spark of Being Tour
08/10/18 London Hampstead and Highgate Literary Festival
Time: 8:00pm. Age restrictions: All Ages. Buy Tickets More information
26/10/18 London LSO St. Luke’s
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £15. Age restrictions: All Ages. Following the success of last year’s screening of Nosferatu, The Nomad Cinema, Old Street Partnership and LSO St Lukes have once again teamed up with live score musical geniuses The Cabinet of Living Cinema, to create a chilling performance of The Cabinet Of Dr Caligari. At a local carnival in a small German Town, hypnotist Dr. Caligari presents the somnambulist Cesare, who can purportedly predict the future of curious fairgoers. But at night, the doctor wakes Cesare from his sleep to enact his evil bidding… The Cabinet of Dr Caligari makes use of the theatrical manner of stage and sets, but toys with the narrative device of flashback to tell its story. Like an old man telling us a tale, the mysterious narrator with his wide eyes, has his own backstory – and a memorable finale reveals all. The history of cinema harks back to few films that are as important and iconic as The Cabinet of Dr Caligari – the influence of this expressionist masterprice can be seen from Murnau’s Nosferatu through to The Third Man and even Batman Returns. The cinematic experience is a rare treat as the hand-painted backdrops and subtle face make-up can be seen up-close and appreciated in the way it was intended. This classic is scored for the first time by inspired live score musicians – the Cabinet of Living Cinema who recently produced the masterful live score for Nosferatu. This Halloween-tide, The Cabinet of Dr Caligari is brought to life through the live score and the interactive playful nature as film inspires timbre, harmony and texture. The Cabinet of Living Cinema create live cinema events in unusual and inspiring locations. They have scored films by Svankmajer, Jodorowsky, Fritz Lang, Eisenstein and Paradjanov using loop pedals, “found object foley” and orchestral instruments. The screening takes place within the walls of the beautiful, deconsecrated Old Street Church, St Luke’s. Now the home for the London Symphony Orchestra, this space is regularly filled with music from the muses. Under this architectural beacon of Old Street, with its spire that rivals the heights of the more contemporary buildings, lies a crypt of over 1000 burials. Experience this unique screening over the former souls of Old Street – our very own Old Street Symphony of Horror! The film will be a live musical performance over the original film. This Screening is supported by The Old Street Partnership. Buy Tickets More information
Tour: The Kingdom of Paul Nash Tour
27/10/18 Hyde St Bartholomew’s Church, Hyde
Time: 7:30pm. Admission: £5. Age restrictions: All Ages. Address: St. Bartholomew’s Church (King Alfred Place). Saturday 27th October Evening 7.30 The Kingdom of Paul Nash – A highly original mixed live music performance and projected animation based on the life of Paul Nash, the famous World War One war artist, presented by The Cabinet of Living Cinmea, the acclaimed London-based arts collective. This is a unique opportunity to see a very lively and inventive take on the aftermath of war for one of the greatest of England’s 20th century artists Venue: St. Bartholomew’s Church Tickets £5 (Hyde900 members £4 Under 16s Free) [For more see http://thecabinetoflivingcinema.org.uk/project/the-kingdom-of-paul-nash/ ] This will be followed by a short interlude of Gregorian Chant by Vox Humana/Gregoriana before the annual candle-lit procession to King Alfred’s Grave and a short reading from Aethelweard’s testimony on Alfred’s Greatness Buy Tickets

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