Wednesday, 23 February 2011

Soho House Group - 100 Years of Electric Cinema - Electric All-Nighter


Saturday 26 February,  Eclectic Electric All-Nighter
We kick off our 100 year celebrations with the Eclectic Electric All-Nighter, screening a selection of films from the Cinema Club's 1970s programmes and guest curated by Peter Howden. 

Screening at 11pm is Michael Powell's masterpiece psychological terror Peeping Tom followed by Roger Corman's The Trip, Kenneth Anger's Scorpio Rising and finishing off with THX 1138, George Lucas' first feature film now hailed as a classic science fiction film. 

The screenings will be peppered in between with episodes of Batman & Robin from the original 1949 series in which the Dynamic Duo face off against a mysterious hooded villain. 

And, not least, the Breakfast Break, a bap of your choice, homemade chocolate brownies and tea or coffee, the bar stays open till late. Tickets from £22.50. Email

(Electric House is the oldest cinema in London, and is located at 191 Portobello Road in Notting Hill.)

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