Playhouse Cinema and Collective Arts are hosting a unique silent film and live concert experience

Hamilton’s premiere independent movie theatre, Playhouse Cinema, is screening silent film Dragnet Girl with accompaniment by the VOC Silent Film Harmonic on February 13th

The Playhouse teamed up with Collective Arts Brewery to throw a unique experience that combines an old silent movie with live music. The brewery is co-presenting the event with a special offer for ticket holders. 

It was teased on Twitter by Playhouse Cinema that ticket holders will receive one free Audio/Visual Lager as part of the special offer. 


Dragnet Girl is a 1933 Japanese film about a gangster who tries to find redemption with the inadvertent help of an innocent shop girl and his jealous girlfriend will do anything to keep him. 

“The deep shadows, the jarring angles and cuts, and the idiosyncratic whims of gesture evoke a sorry underworld that’s out of joint, out of luck, and out of time,” said The New Yorker film critic Richard Brody of the film.

Musical accompaniment will be provided by the VOC Film Harmonic who are dedicated to performing live and improvised soundtracks to silent films. 

Tickets for the February 13th event start at $10 for Seniors. General admission tickets are $15 for Playhouse members and $18 for non-members. Tickets are available in the Playhouse website

Lead photo courtesy of @playhousecinema.

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