Nosferatu: A symphony of horror
This event has finished Took place on: Monday, 31st Oct 2016
Watch a late-night Halloween screening of German Expressionist horror film, Nosferatu, with live piano accompaniment from Neil Brand, as part of the Royal Albert Hall’s inaugural Festival of Film.
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