This Spring the ballroom of The Assembly House will once again become the Noverre Cinema, holding a public screening for the first time in over twenty years.
The Assembly House Trust are teaming up with Cinema City Education to revive one of Norwich’s long-lost cinemas for a special screening of Hollywood classic ‘Some Like It Hot’ starring Marilyn Monroe.
The event also marks the opening of a new exhibition charting the history of The Assembly House, as part of a year of events celebrating the history of the building.
Audience members are encouraged to arrive early to browse the exhibition and enjoy a selection of local archive films.
Click here to book tickets online or call 01603 625 145
Exhibition opens from 6pm
Archive Films from 7pm
Main Feature 7.30pm
Some Like It Hot (12A) 1959
Director Billy Wilder’s Hollywood classic, featuring an iconic performance from Marilyn Monroe.
Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon play jazz musicians on the run after witnessing the St Valentine’s Day massacre, masquerading in drag as members of an all-girl band to escape the clutches of Chicago mobster George Raft.
Each man has his own problems; one falls for another band member but can’t tell her his gender, and the other has a rich suitor who will not take “No,” for an answer.