A night at the movies with Sophie Hannah
Join Sophie Hannah, the bestselling author of crime fiction and guest curator of the film collection screened at this year's 1950s pop-up cinema, for a night at the movies at Agatha Christie's holiday home.
A night at the movies
The 1950s pop up cinema is back this December at Greenway and Sophie Hannah, bestselling author of crime fiction, is our guest curator. Sophie Hannah is well known for the new Hercule Poirot novels such as 'Monogram Murders' and'Closed Casket'.
Stepping into the 1950s-styled cinema foyer, you have the chance to nibble on canapés and sip mulled wine while festive music plays. We invite you to take your seat in your vintage cinema, and listen to Sophie Hannah discussing her film choices for the cinema and her writing, including her latest book, 'Mystery of the Three Quarters.'
After this discussion with Sophie, you can sit back, grab some popcorn and immerse yourself in a special screening of ‘Bunny Lake is Missing.’ After the film Sophie Hannah will be signing copies of her book and the bar will re-open.