The Phantom of the Opera to Be Shown at Musical Museum
Donald MacKenzie to accompany silent film on Wurlitzer
There is a special Halloween treat at the Musical Museum coming up with the screening of the 1925 version of The Phantom of the Opera.
The silent film will be accompanied on the Wurlitzer by Donald MacKenzie at 3pm on Sunday 30 October.
The renowned organist from London's Odeon Luxe Leicester Square makes a welcome return to Brentford.
Tickets (which include a Bloody Mary - or non-alcoholic alternative) cost £17.50 and can be bought online or by calling the Museum box office on 020 8560 8108 during opening hours.
The Tea Dance is back at 2pm on Saturday 15 October, Strictly fun, it is a social afternoon of Ballroom, Latin & Sequence, dancing to a selection of popular dance tunes. All levels of ability are welcome. DJ s and hosts, David & Diane Whyte give a free dance lesson at 2.00pm.
Tickets (which include tea/coffee or a glass of prosecco) cost £10.
The Museum is open Friday, Saturday & Sunday 10am to 4pm.
October 14, 2022