Fall for Film
Mel Brooks (1974; USA; PG)
Sun 31 October // 19:30 / Cinema
Tickets: £7/5 (Carers/ PAs: FREE)
A genius comedy that parodies the timeless horror monster story, Frankenstein.
Respected medical lecturer Dr. Frederick Frankenstein (Gene Wilder) learns that he has inherited his infamous grandfather's estate in Transylvania.
The film was chosen by our Beacon Films Volunteer, Phil Coghill, who will give a short presentation to introduce the film of about 20 minutes before the screening.
Doors open 6.30pm, introduction to the film starts approx 7.00pm.
- The film will be screened with (SDH) Captions / Subtitles so that it can be more accessible to more people.
- The film will have social distancing rules in place and mask wearing is encouraged.
- The screening aims to have a relaxed, supportive and inclusive atmosphere.
- There will be a break room nearby for anyone to use during the screening if they need it.
Image description: Vintage poster of Young Frankenstein. A dark, Transylvanian castle stands in the middle. Behind it is a large yellow moon against a dark sky. On the left is Gene Wilder as Dr. Frankenstein, he has a look of terror on his face. On the right is Frankensteins monster, wearing a suit and tipping their top hat. Near the top it says: "A Mel Brooks Film." Underneath it says "Young Frankenstein" in bold grey font that looks like grey, cracked stone.