After an introduction in our atmospheric Library, curl up in the Great Hall and enjoy a screening of Frankenstein (1931).
In a village of the Bavarian Alps, in a laboratory inside a watchtower, Henry Frankenstein and his assistant Fritz piece together a human body, aiming to discover the secret of creating human life. Frankenstein is a 1931 sci-fi/ horror film directed by James Whale, and adapted from a 1927 play by Peggy Webling, which in turn was based on Mary Shelley's 1818 novel Frankenstein; or, The Modern Prometheus.
Additional drinks & popcorn available to purchase from the Old Kitchen Tearoom
Doors will open at 7pm, withdrinks served in the Old Kitchen Tearoom. The screening begins at 8pm.
Bring your own cushions/ blankets to keep comfy as you will be sitting on the floor! There will be limited chairs at the back for people unable to watch on the floor.
Screening from 8-9.15pm in the Great Hall.
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Chawton House, Chawton, Hampshire, GU34 1SJ
The House and Gardens are open 10am-4.30pm, Wednesday to Sunday, with last admission at 4pm. The Teashed is also open serving hot drinks and cakes for those walking in the parkland.
Our additional opening days are Easter Monday (10 April) and Tuesday 11 April.
From 1 May 2023, the House and Gardens will be open 10am-4.30pm, seven days a week.
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