The Bath Archaeo-Heritage Film Festival

The Bath Archaeo-Heritage Film Festival is a celebration of archaeology and heritage, exploring the good, the bad and the ugly depictions of the past in film. 

The 2024 festival was hosted at the Little Theatre Cinema and the Museum of Bath at Work. Events included 11 feature films screenings, 22 short films, live score screenings and an Aardman clay workshop.

The Gorgon (1964)

Tue 11 June, 19.00

The Museum of Bath at Work

A small village in 1910 Germany is terrorised by an ancient monster, the gorgon Megeara.


Join us for a screening of Hammer Studio classic The Gorgon, directed by Terrence Fisher and starring horror duo Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing.


 Tickets are free, donations are welcome.

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