Saturday 27 October, 8pm, Silent Film: Nosferatu with Organ improv, Elgar Concert Hall, The Bramall

Saturday 27 October, 8-9.45pm

Silent Film: Nosferatu
with Organ improvisation


Alexander Mason organ improvisation
David Powell presenter


Perfect for a dark Halloween night, we present the original 1922 film adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula with an improvised organ accompaniment from award-winning organist and improvisation specialist, Alexander Mason. The performance is introduced by David Powell (PhD Film Studies student).


The original horror film, Nosferatu is full of frights, blood and unexpected twists and turns. With the addition of an improvised live organ accompaniment, we guarantee you’ll be on the edge of your seats.

Thomas Hutter is sent to Transylvania by his boss to meet their new client, the elusive Count Orlok. Despite the protestations of the local villagers, Hutter travels to the castle and spends the night where, as midnight approaches, he discovers all is not as it seems.


Elgar Concert Hall

£8 adults, £5 concessions plus booking fee


Elgar Concert Hall, The Bramall, University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT (map)



Please note that reserved seating is only available for the concerts in the Elgar Concert Hall, Bramall Music Building. Doors open 30 minutes prior to the advertised start time.




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0121 414 4414


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Tickets for this concert can be purchased from 1 hour before the concert start time from the venue box office, subject to availability.