Originally titled Nosferatu: A Symphony of Horror, this 1922 film is the original 'Dracula' movie. It is the film that gave birth to the 'horror' genre. Experience Nosferatu as it would have been seen in 1922!

Please join Dr. Gregg Redner for this unique Halloween experience, accompanying the film on the 4th largest organ in Canada!

Gregg Redner has been Director of Music and Arts at Metropolitan United Church, since 2001. Prior to coming to London, Gregg held academic and  church positions in New York City. He holds a PhD from Exeter University in England, a double Master of Music degree (Organ and Harpsichord)  from the Juilliard School in New York City and is a Fellow of the Royal Canadian College of Organists (FRCCO) and the National College of Music (FNCM).  . . . more.

Costumes are welcome, especially . . . Vampires! 

Our 2023 twist on viewing a silent film ...

      A large central screen will have the movie playing and on our two side screens will be a closeup of the organ! 

A limited number of tickets are available for. . . .

Please join us for a reception in the Great Room between 6 PM and 7 PM for a buffet banquet of fruits, vegetables, Halloween desserts, and a few other Halloween treats, all of which can be covered with an edible BLOOD sauce! (Fine print below.) Chocolate and strawberry sauce will also be available. 

Embrace your inner vampire.

(Please don't tell anyone that our blood is a special mixture of chocolate and strawberry sauce. Yes, this is the small print!)

Priority seating is also a benefit of your Banquet of Blood ticket.

Limit - 75 tickets


The Banquet of Blood & Nosferatu

- Banquet reception in the Great Room prior to the performance, starting at 6pm.
- Your movie admission is included.
- Priority seating in Section A. - Red Section (Of Course!)


Nosferatu General Admission

- Seating is general admission in the Blue or Green sections.

Total: $0.00

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