Friday 30 August 2013,
East Lawn
Tickets £15
Members/Concessions £15
Monster weekend joint ticket (all 3 screenings) £39

Book online or call the box office on +44 (0)20 7928 3232.

In association with BFI

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Enjoy a monster weekend of outdoor screenings at the Museum, featuring three classic 1950s British films.

The hunt is on for the greatest vampire of them all when Jonathan Harker’s quest to slay him leads Dracula to seek his lustful revenge.

Hammer Studios’ definitive adaptation of the Bram Stoker story, directed by Terence Fisher, stars Christopher Lee as the enigmatic Count, opposite Peter Cushing as his archnemesis Dr Van Helsing.

Courtesy of Hammer Films.

UK, 1958, Cert 12A

Presented by the BFI, this is a launch event for GOTHIC, a celebration of the dark heart of film, with a major season at BFI Southbank and across the UK from October 2013 to January 2014. Find out more on the BFI's Monster Weekend.

Don’t miss this rare opportunity to see these new prints on the big screen in the unique setting of the British Museum, and be part of the film event of the summer.

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In association with the BFI

Age: 12A

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Dracula. © 1958 Clarion Film Productions Ltd. Renewed 1985 by Hammer Film Productions Ltd. All rights reserved.