Hitchcock's East End - Rebecca (PG)

6pm / + Introduction by Catherine Bray

1 December 2013
Leytonstone School

Standard - £8.50
Concessions - £5.50

To activate discounts, Waltham Forest residents should call our Box Office on 020 7638 8891 to book tickets

50p online booking fee, 60p telephone booking fee per transaction - click here for more information on booking fees

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We are proud to be screening Hitchcock’s classic gothic melodrama in the haunting surroundings of Grade II listed Leytonstone School.

The feature stars Joan Fontaine as the young bride haunted by the memories 
of her husband’s glamorous first wife. With Laurence Olivier and Judith Anderson.

Built in the early 20th century the location for this screening lies in the heart of Leytonstone’s Conservation Area, a place of rich architectural heritage, too often overlooked. Inspired by the school’s magnificent mock Elizabethan architecture, we invite audiences to draw their own comparisons between the location of our screening and the imposing estate of Manderley, the macabre setting of Rebecca.
This wintry seasonal screening will see the school’s grand timber panelled hall transformed to echo the atmosphere of an ancient English country home.  We will also be welcoming Catherine Bray to speak on the themes and cultural significance of this iconic work.

US 1940 Dir Alfred Hitchcock 130 min

Leytonstone School, Colworth Rd
London, E11 1JD

Venue Information
Hosts will be positioned at the Grove Green Road exit of Leytonstone Underground station and along the route to the destination from 5pm.

The walk is expected to take around 20 minutes to complete.

Refreshments will be on sale at the venue.

You are advised to bring along your own cushions for the chairs.

All Waltham Forest residents will be eligible for reduced price tickets to events.

For Resident and Concession discounts, please call our Box Office: 020 7638 8891

This event is part of:
Hitchcock's East End

Hitchcock’s East End is commissioned by Create London, presented with Barbican's cinema department and delivered with Nomad Cinema.

Supported by Hill Residential, M&N Place and Waltham Forest Council.


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