Saturday 31 August,
Monster weekend joint ticket (all 3 screenings) £39
Book online or call the box office on +44 (0)20 7928 3232.
Recommend this event
Enjoy a monster weekend of outdoor screenings at the Museum, featuring three classic 1950s British films.
Ancient Egyptian curses and the awakened dead were popular subjects for film, even before the sensational discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb in 1922.
Hammer breathed new life into the story, casting Christopher Lee as Kharis, vengeful guardian of the tomb of Princess Ananka, once again opposite Peter Cushing.
Courtesy of Hammer Films.
UK, 1959, Cert PG
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.
In association with the BFI
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The Mummy. © 1959 Hammer Film Productions Ltd. All rights reserved.