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Lonesome is a lost treasure from Hollywood’s golden age, directed by pioneering explorer-anthropologist-doctor-filmmaker, Paul Fejos. It’s a New York City symphony set in Coney Island during the Fourth of July weekend, with dynamic camera work, experimental editing and an innovative use of colour tinting and superimposition effects. Largely silent, the film was made in the early days of the talkie and has three token dialogue scenes, shown here with subtitles and live accompaniment by Simon Lindley on the beautiful pipe organ at Leeds Town Hall.We recommend you reserve your ticket(s) online to guarantee entry. If for any reason you can’t subsequently attend the event, please cancel your ticket(s) so that they may be used by other customers. Please click here to reserve your free ticket(s).
|Mon 7 Nov 2016||13:00 to 00:00|
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By Road: From all directions head into Leeds city centre, upon arrival at the city follow signs for the city loop road (the one way system around the city centre). The Town Hall is found at junction 3 of the loop, and parking is found in nearby streets and The Light car park.
By Public Transport: From Leeds City Station, exit the station by the Queens hotel. Cross the road to the Park Plaza hotel and head straight up Park Row. Turn left at the crossroads at the junction with The Headrow, the Town Hall is found at the next crossroads. If travelling by bus, from Leeds Bus Station walk up New York Street to Kirkgate Market. Turn right into Vicar Lane and then at the crossroads, turn left to The Headrow. Walk for approximately five minutes and you will arrive outside the Town Hall
- Baby changing facilities
- Coach parties accepted
- Credit cards accepted (no fee)
- Disabled access
- Disabled toilets
- Facilities for groups
- On-site light refreshments
- Accepts groups
- Facilities for conferencing
- Facilities for corporate hospitality