Charade (dir. Stanley Donen, 1963)
Curzon Cinema, 46 Old Church Road, Clevedon, BS21 6NN
Saturday 19 November 2022, doors 6.30pm; film 8pm

Running Time: 1hr 55min; Rating: PG

A gala screening in one of the UK’s oldest cinemas of a film many describe as the best Alfred Hitchcock thriller Hitchcock didn’t make. Come down for a night of early 60s glamour with special cocktails, live music and more! Featuring glamorous settings in the French Alps and Paris, it stars Audrey Hepburn as a widow thought to know the whereabouts of a fortune stolen by her dead husband. But are any of those on the track of the money – Cary Grant, James Coburn and Walter Matthau among them – really who they claim to be? As a prelude to the 8pm screening, there will be live music, a chance to enter a Best Dressed contest, a photo booth and bar with Cary Grant-themed cocktails. Plus the option to travel from Bristol to the cinema aboard a vintage bus.

When Reggie Lampert (Audrey Hepburn) finds her husband murdered for his part in a WWII gold heist, Peter Joshua (Cary Grant) steps in to help her solve the crime, protecting her after three of her husband’s accomplices harass her at the funeral. Reggie is caught up in a web of suspense as she is pursued by the shadowy trio, who think she knows where the money is hidden. The only person she thinks she can trust is Joshua, who confesses that he is actually Alexander Dyle, brother of a fourth accomplice in the theft. Then it emerges that the fourth accomplice had no brother, and Joshua/Dyle admits that he is, in fact, a crook named Adam Canfield. Now Reggie doesn’t know where to turn… suspense, romance and Paris!

Live music from the AJL Trio directed by Andy Loverage. Best-dressed competition with prizes will be announced soon! Check out our previous winners on Facebook.



Full Price – £15.50
Concession – £14.00
Age 30 and under – £5.00
CEA card – £0.00 (Carer goes free for anyone that needs support attending the cinema. CEA card required)

Plus £1.50 Transaction Fee

Getting to The Curzon

For those traveling from Bristol we are offering an optional vintage bus service to whisk you away to our cinema before the event and return you to Bristol after the event. Book your place here.

Making your own way there:

Getting Here

Suggested Buses (please check TravelWest for up to date info): 

X5 Anchor Road, Bristol to Church Street (Curzon), Clevedon
X7 Anchor Road, Bristol to Triangle Stop S, Clevedon (5min walk to Curzon)
17.33 – 18.29
18.33 – 19.23
Inbound (only one option)
X7 Old Street Stop T, Clevedon to Anchor Road, Bristol
22.30 – 23.18

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