Cthulhu Awakes on Saturday Night!

CthulhuDon’t our very special live soundtrack event tomorrow, Saturday 6th October at North Hall, Spencer Yard in Leamington.

As well as our unique screening of The Call Of Cthulhu (with a specially written score performed by a supergroup of local musical stars) there will be a selection of short film treats. These will include Golden, winner of the Aspect Consultants LUC Short Film Prize 2014 and The Field, produced by Kirk Lake.

Tickets are still available online from wegottickets.

…or it will be £5 on the door.

We will be deploying LUC personnel onto Spencer Street to point you in the right direction, as the venue is slightly tucked away. Check this map to give you an idea of where North Hall is located.

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30 tickets left for the #LUCFEST opening night

Cthulhu POSTER 1000pxWe are kicking off the Leamington Underground Cinema Festival in style on the evening of Tuesday 7th October at LAMP.

A very special screening of the HPLHS silent movie version of the classic Call Of Cthulhu will be accompanied by a live score specially composed for the occasion by Florence Ellis and performed by an all star line-up of local musical heroes. Accompanying this special event will be a selection of brilliant short films competing for the Aspect Consultant LUC Short Film Prize 2014.

If you want to be sure of your seat at this exciting event, please get your tickets as soon as possible – there are just 30 left as this is being typed. You can get them online at www.wegottickets.com/lucfest – where you can also purchase tickets for other events for the festival…

Call Of Cthulhu confirmed for #LUCFEST Opening Night

“A dying professor’s strange bequest leads his nephew on a globe-spanning investigation to unravel a twisted knot of fear, madness, nameless cults and horrors best left unknown.”

This years Leamington Underground Cinema Festival kicks off on the evening of Tuesday 7th October with a very special one-off screening based on an eerie H.P. Lovecraft classic. The brilliant HPLHS silent movie version of the classic Call Of Cthulhu will be accompanied by a live soundtrack composed by our musical director, Florence Ellis and performed by an all-star supergroup that Florence has convened especially for the occasion.

Prior to the screening we will be starting off with a selection of short films competing for the Aspect Consultants LUC Short Film Prize 2014. Tickets are on sale now via wegottickets – Numbers are limited so get in quick!

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