Imperial War Museums UNESCO listed film screening.

Shot and screened in 1916, it was the first feature length documentary about war and changed the way both cinema and film were perceived by the public. In the year of it's release around 20 million people, almost half of the population of Britain at the time, watched the Battle of The Somme.

One hundred years later, this unique film from IWM's collection is being shown at Blakesley Hall to commemorate the anniversary of The Battle of The Somme.

Free screening at 12noon, please arrive 15 minutes beforehand. 

Limited spaces available. Pre-booking is advised.

Pre booking is advised. Call 0121 348 8120 to book.