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Classic Film Club at the Leeds Industrial Museumby Kimberley & Wade Benn, Sep 2018
If you’re a fan of the films that have endured the test of time, and are looking for like-minded individuals who share your passion for the matured motion pictures, or you are simply trying to make a few new friends, then head on down to the Palace Picture House at Leeds Industrial Museum for the Classic Film Club.
From Classic Hollywood to German Expressionism, the Classic Film Club exhibits films from multiple different movie movements, adhering to only one rule: they must be timeless classics!
Contemporary features from modern times are thrown out the rear window, and could be described as gone with the wind, only to be left singing in the rain.
The film club takes place in what is often described as the smallest cinema in the north, with a capacity of just 26. It was also in use during the 20’s, giving the club an even more authentic feeling. The cinema closed down in 1964, but has since reopened.
Admissions for adults sits at £4, which includes a look around the museum, which includes collections of textile machinery and other heavy engineering equipment from bygone days.
So if you find yourself with nothing to do on a Wednesday afternoon, pop down between 2:00 to 3:30 pm and catch a bit of classic cinema.