Rebecca at Arnos Vale Cemetery

Price
£15.50 / Adult
Duration
2 hrs 35 mins
Child, Concession and Registered Carer prices also available

What you'll do

DOORS: 17:30 | FILM STARTS: 17:50

Join Bristol Film Festival in Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bristol’s very own Victorian garden cemetery, for two nights of screenings dedicated to films based on classic literature by female authors, from the romantic to the Gothic! Enter this fascinating space after hours, get a drink from the pop-up bar, then make your way to the beautiful Anglican Chapel to take your seat, and enjoy the show in this unique venue.

Friday evening begins with Alfred Hitchcock’s brooding take on Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca, starring Joan Fontaine and Laurence Olivier.

ABOUT THE FILM 1940 | PG | 130 mins

Aristocratic widower Maxim de Winter has remarried after his first wife Rebecca’s untimely death. However, as his new wife explores his opulent mansion Manderley and clashes with the sinister housekeeper Mrs. Danvers, she begins to realise that Rebecca’s presence is gone but not forgotten, and that she retains an almost ghostly sway over all of Manderley’s residents.

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What you'll do

DOORS: 17:30 | FILM STARTS: 17:50

Join Bristol Film Festival in Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bristol’s very own Victorian garden cemetery, for two nights of screenings dedicated to films based on classic literature by female authors, from the romantic to the Gothic! Enter this fascinating space after hours, get a drink from the pop-up bar, then make your way to the beautiful Anglican Chapel to take your seat, and enjoy the show in this unique venue.

Friday evening begins with Alfred Hitchcock’s brooding take on Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca, starring Joan Fontaine and Laurence Olivier.

ABOUT THE FILM 1940 | PG | 130 mins

Aristocratic widower Maxim de Winter has remarried after his first wife Rebecca’s untimely death. However, as his new wife explores his opulent mansion Manderley and clashes with the sinister housekeeper Mrs. Danvers, she begins to realise that Rebecca’s presence is gone but not forgotten, and that she retains an almost ghostly sway over all of Manderley’s residents.

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Facilities

  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Baby changing
  • Refreshments available
  • Toilets

COVID-19 guidelines

All guidelines in place at the time of your experience will be adhered to.

On the day

No parking at Arnos Vale Cemetery unless disabled access required. Nearby street parking may be available.

Bus services 1, X39, 57, 178 and 349 stop outside the Bath Road gates.

Bike racks can be found by the East Lodge and by the café in the Spielman Centre.

Please contact Bristol Film Festival for further information about accessibility at this venue.

Changes happen, don't worry

How to change dates
Change of plans? You can easily rebook the next available slot up to 7 days before your experience.
How to get a refund
Can't make it? We understand things happen! You can cancel and get a full refund up to 7 days before your experience.

About Bristol Film Festival

Bristol Film Festival was started by director Owen Franklin in 2015. The Festival provides an alternative experience for lovers of film and cinema, and celebrates the cultural landscape of his home city, Bristol.

The concept is simple: to bring classic films back to the big screen, in some of Bristol’s most iconic and interesting venues, including Bristol Museum, Clifton Observatory, Bristol Cathedral, and Redcliffe Caves.

The films and locations are carefully matched together, and involve unique immersive elements - whether it's live performers, tours of venues after hours, or themed wine tastings, you can expect to leave one of our events having had a film experience unlike any other!

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Price
£15.50 / Adult
Duration
2 hrs 35 mins
Rebook or cancel up to 7 days before your experience.