ST Bartholomew’s church is set to be transformed in to a cinema once again as it hosts a screening of the classic silent movie ‘The Cameraman’, complete with live musical accompaniment.

At 3pm on Saturday, April 21, the Buster Keaton comedy will be shown with a live soundtrack from the celebrated cinema organist Donald Mackenzie, from the Odeon Cinema Leicester Square, London.

The film score will showcase the many ‘moods’ of the church’s new pipe organ.

Donald began his long association with the Odeon Cinema in Leicester Square in July 1992 by playing the famous Compton organ for a number of events, including a preview of ‘Beauty and the Beast’ and ‘Chaplin’.

He has broadcast from the Odeon on BBC Radios 2, 3, 4 and the World Service, played for numerous royal film performances, star-studded premieres and gala opening nights, including five performances in the presence of Her Majesty the Queen.

Admission is free, there will be a retiring collection, and guests are welcome to bring their own popcorn. The film lasts approximately 75 minutes and seating is first come first served.