The prestigious premiere of highlights from the Mitchell and Kenyon collection will take place near the site of its discovery, at the King George’s Hall in Blackburn. In 1994, around 800 rolls of highly flammable early film were discovered in barrels hidden under the floorboards of a former photography shop in Blackburn. Now catalogued and restored by the National Film and Television Archive, this amazing visual record of everyday life in Britain at the beginning of the 20th century (1900-1913) is the most exciting film discovery of recent times and promises to radically transform British film history. Tickets are £5.00 full / £4.00 concs and can be purchased from King George’s Hall in Blackburn. Box Office: 01254 582582 Hours 9-5 Mon-Thur, 9-6 Friday, 10-4 Saturday (Closed Sun).