Doors open 20:45 | Film starts 21:00
Join Bristol Film Festival at Goldney Hall Orangery this Autumn for showings of the finest crime thrillers ever to grace the silver screen! This beautiful venue, hidden on the edge of Clifton Village, will play host to classic whodunnits, murder mysteries and sleuth stories. It’s the perfect fit, after all - keen-eyed guests may recognise the Orangery as where John Watson held his wedding reception in the hit BBC series Sherlock…
🎬 About The Film
1954 | PG | 105 mins
Former tennis star Tony is due to wed the wealthy socialite Margot; however, he plans to have her murdered and inherit her fortune after learning that she has been having an affair. But when Tony decides to blackmail an old associate into carrying out the deed, events soon spiral out of control.
Contains one scene of moderate violence
18th Century Goldney House and Gardens are nestled in the heart of beautiful Clifton Village and set within its own walled gardens. The secret garden includes a gothic tower, grotto, bastion, a rotunda and ornamental canal and Orangery. The Orangery, which overlooks these tranquil gardens, is home to our murder mystery film series - a fitting location, since the venue was famously used as John Watson’s wedding venue in the beloved Sherlock TV series!
|Adult (General Admission)||£15.50|
|Child (Under 16)||£10|
|Concession (Student | Over 65 | Blue Light Card)||£12.50|
The venue is accessed by the entrance at the top of Constitution Hill (small black gate)
There is no parking available at the venue - there is some on street Pay and Display parking available on nearby streets.
Please do not consume food or drink purchased from off the premises during this event.
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