THIS EVENT IS NOW SOLD OUT. Please email to join our mailing list for future events. 

Death Line is a classic British horror film starring Donald Pleasence as a detective investigating an unusual disappearance on the London Underground.  As the mystery deepens, MI5 agent Christopher Lee is called in to help solve the grisly murders.

The film is not only a cult classic but shows Soho in the 70’s and a very different Underground! It’s fascinating to see for anyone who has ever used the tube.

The screening is held in the original access tunnel built by Brunel in the 19th century. It is directly above the underground tracks still used today – making for a very, very atmospheric showing!

This event is a unique one co-hosted by us, the Brunel Museum, and the Midnight Apothecary, a pop-up bar that you need to know about.

You ticket includes admission and donation to the historic Brunel Museum and tunnel as well as a FREE COCKTAIL made by the Midnight Apothecary.

Where and when?

The Brunel Museum
Saturday 28th March 2015
6:00pm bar opens, 8pm film starts


At 6:00pm, the unique candle-lit garden bar of the Midnight Apothecary opens. The film begins at 8:00pm. You’ll have time after the film to return to the bar and enjoy the atmosphere with another delicious cocktail.

Brunel Museum
Railway Avenue
SE16 4LF 

Overground: Rotherhithe station is only 100 yards away

Underground: Bermondsey or Canada Water on the Jubilee line and ten minute walk

Bus: 381 or C10 stop outside Rotherhithe station

Google Maps directions >

About the venue


The museum is above the first tunnel ever built under water – the River Thames. It’s a unique historic monument. 

Please bear in mind: to gain access to the tunnel, you will need to bend over to enter the narrow 4ft entrance. It’s not claustrophobic, but you will need to be fairly flexible! There is no wheelchair access.