This Alfred Hitchcock classic regularly features in the top 100 films ever made.  If you haven’t seen it, it’s exciting and massively entertaining. Now experience the infamous crop-dusting scene as never before – from our very own field!

Where and when?

Dimbola Museum
Friday 15th August 2014
7.00pm admission, 8.45pm film starts

Dimbola Museum 
Terrace Lane 
PO40 9QE

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About the venue

The Museum was the home of 19th-century photographer Julia Margaret Cameron and features a unique collection of her photographs.  It will be opening its doors to our audience for a special atmospheric, candlelit evening.

But there’s more! The screening will take place in the National Trust’s beautiful East Field with views of Freshwater Bay.

There’s plenty of parking at the Freshwater Bay public car park, a short walk from East Field.  Parking for the disabled will be at Dimbola Lodge.  

Food and drink

People will cross the Island to eat at the Dimbola Cafe, and for this event, the Museum will have a special menu for our audience. Come with an empty stomach!

Buy tickets

Buying online is the best and cheapest way to guarantee a ticket - simply print your ticket and bring it along on the day.

We'll be selling a small number of tickets on the door, but they will be priced at £9.50 (adult) and £8.50 (children under 14).