Cinema hosts comic classics of silent era
CLEVEDON'S Curzon Cinema is presenting an evening of silent comedy in association with Bristol's Slapstick silent comedy festival.
The double bill will feature Buster Keaton in the 1928 film The Cameraman and the 1929 Laurel and Hardy short, Liberty.
In The Cameraman, Buster falls for a pretty officer worker, buys a camera and attempts to impress her with his work.
Liberty is a short comedy film that follows the adventures of a pair of runaway convicts, Stan and Ollie, whose escape bid runs into unforeseen difficulties.
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The films will be accompanied by multi-instrumentalist Stephen Horne, and the evening will be introduced by Chris Daniels, the creative director of the Slapstick festival.
The performance is on March 19 at 7.45pm. Tickets are £9, concessions £8 from the box office on 871000.