Silent Movie - The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923)
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About the Event
Step back in time with our silent movie nights. This ticketed event includes refreshments. Tickets are £10 (£5 under 16) and are available online or on the door.
17th Oct 2020 - The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923) accompanied by Jonathan Eyre (Organ)
In 15th-century Paris, Jehan (Brandon Hurst), the evil brother of the archdeacon, lusts after a Gypsy named Esmeralda (Patsy Ruth Miller) and commands the hunchback Quasimodo (Lon Chaney) to capture her. Military captain Phoebus (Norman Kerry) also loves Esmeralda and rescues her, but the Gypsy is not unsympathetic to Quasimodo's condition, and an unlikely bond forms between them. After vengeful Jehan frames Esmeralda for the attempted murder of Phoebus, Quasimodo's feelings are put to the test.
Jonathan P. Eyre is a native of Sheffield, South Yorkshire. Jonathan is well-known as an inspiring and colourful liturgical organist, with a fresh and dynamic approach to choral conducting, piano accompaniment, and theatre organ performance. He is a prize-winning graduate of the University of Sheffield and holds the Fellowship and Choir Directing diplomas from the RCO and Trinity College London.
An active church musician and concert organist, Jonathan regularly performs with a large number of choral groups. Jonathan is Musical Director of Carshalton Choral Society where he is responsible for a full programme of orchestral choral concerts.
Jonathan is Chapel Organist at the Old Royal Naval College Chapel and Trinity Laban Conservatoire; working alongside Dr Ralph Allwood MBE. During his time here, he has featured as piano accompanist and conductor of a critically acclaimed CD showcasing the works of Roderick Williams.
Jonathan was Assistant Director of Music at Bradford Cathedral for four years, where he recorded a series of CDs of the music of J. S. Bach, and several other solo and choral music discs.
- Adult (Age 16+)£10£100£0
- Junior (Upto age 16)£5£50£0