Paths of Glory: WWI Centenary

Wednesday 6 August

7.30pm, Auditorium

Dir. Stanley Kubrick (1957), 88 mins, Cert PG

Some believe Stanley Kubrick's Paths of Flory to be the best film ever made about World War I. The true horror of war is exposed when soldiers face the death sentence to placate the failure of the best laid plans of the officers. Vivid, profound and convincing, Kubrick directs a classic war movie with an anti war statement at its core and includes one of Kirk Douglas' best performances.

Watch the trailer here

£5, £3.50 concessions, £3 members, booking essential.

Special ticket price for both the lecture and Paths of Glory film screening on Wednesday 6 August at 7.30pm: £7, £5 concessions; £4 to members.  To book this offer please call Front of House on 01206 577 067

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