Centre for the History of the Sciences to host Victorian magic lantern show

Join us for a cold, dark evening treat, which takes the audience back to the time of the magic lanternist for an evening of visual spectacle and darkly chilling horrors. Featuring Jeremy Brooker and his Grand Gothic Magic Lantern Show, the event will include werewolf transformations, ghostly apparitions, the Dance of Death and the Man who eats Rats — plus a generous helping of less harrowing fare.

This special event is organised the University’s Centre for the History of the Sciences and is open to anyone with an interest in film and media history or just in Men who Eat Rats.

Tuesday 24th February, Eliot Drama Studio, 6pm.

In case of queries, please email Dr Charlotte Sleigh.