Unworldly Mrs Wilberforce lives with three parrots in a lopsided Victorian villa built over a railway tunnel in Kings Cross. When sinister Professor Marcus rents rooms in her house as a place for his string quintet to practise a Boccherini minuet, little does Mrs. W realise that they are, in reality, a gang of criminals plotting a terrible robbery and that she is a vital part of their plan. The last great Ealing comedy - the blackest and best – its macabre tone emphasised by gothic St Pancras Station looming large over the proceedings.

The distinguished architectural historian Gavin Stamp will introduce the film and take us on a tour of its real London locations.

Tickets £5 | Includes a complimentary glass of wine of soft drink. 

Booking is now closed, you can purchase tickets on the door (cash only). 

The screening will take place in the King William Lecture Theatre 302 (University of Greenwich) | Download a map

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