Join two of Northern Ireland’s most talented guitarists, Paul McMordie and Bill Campbell as they perform live, original scores to a selection of silent movie favourites!

In this triple bill of short classics, shown on the big screen, Paul and Bill will bring the humour and action to life through performances on synthesized, electric, and acoustic guitar.

The Goat (1921) | Buster Keaton | 27min

Buster Keaton's The Goat is a silent comedy gem, featuring his trademark deadpan humour and acrobatic stunts. The film unfolds with a series of misadventures and mistaken identities, showcasing Keaton's impeccable comedic timing. A classic example of silent cinema, "The Goat" remains a testament to Keaton's enduring genius.

Number, Please? (1920) | Harold Lloyd | 23min

Harold Lloyd's Number, Please? is a silent comedy delight, showcasing Lloyd's signature physical humour and daring stunts. Set in an amusement park, the film follows Lloyd's character navigating a series of comedic challenges in pursuit of romance. Filled with thrilling moments and clever gags,  exemplifying Lloyd's timeless comedic brilliance.

The Champion (1915) | Charlie Chaplin | 33min

Charlie finds a "good luck" horseshoe just as he passes the training camp of an enormous fighter named Spike Dugan. Dugan is seeking sparring partners "who can take a punch." Should Charlie take the fight?? Charlie decides his best bet is to put the horseshoe inside his boxing glove.

The usual Chaplin chaos ensues with slapstick, fun and a touch of romance, with a bulldog side kick to boot!

Important Ticketing and Seating Information

  • Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable, so please check all details carefully when booking.
  • Please be advised that under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.
Dates and times
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Venue
The Web Theatre
Admission/Price

£8

Getting to Comedy Classic Soundtracks with Paul McMordie and Bill Campbell

54.595240524335, -5.6953058902583

The Web Theatre

49 North Street
Newtownards
BT23 4DE
United Kingdom

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