Silent films may seem like an extinct art form but when they are brought to life by a world-class quartet at Wilton’s Music Hall, we can certainly dig it… if the forced puns weren’t obvious enough; the film is about dinosaurs.
Since its inception in 2012 The Lucky Dog Picturehouse has recreated the cinematic experience of the early 1900s, with the talented musicians of the Lucky Dog Picturehouse Quartet setting the tone. As part of their August Silent Cinema Season they’re putting on The Lost World, with all the pomp and splendour of its original run. If you’re unfamiliar, this classic from 1925 is the original Jurassic Park; less Goldblum, more dino-puppets. If you ask us, dusting off an old fossil has never sounded so good.
By Angelica Christiansson