Sun 19th May, doors 5.30pm, film 6.15pm, dinner served 8.30pm Pollok House. Price: £25 for meal and movie, tickets only available in advance
Cert 15, 137 mins, 2001
Join us for a unique cinematic and culinary experience in the beautiful surroundings of Pollok House, one of Scotland’s grandest Edwardian country houses.
Southside Film Festival, in partnership with National Trust Scotland, are delighted to present Gosford Park a 1930’s ‘whodunit’ starring Stephen Fry, Maggie Smith and Glasgow’s own Kelly MacDonald. We follow the upstairs guests and their downstairs servants at a country house weekend shooting party where a series of illicit trysts and dodgy business deals culminate in murder. Scandalous secrets and gossip will keep you guessing to the end as everyone is a suspect in this Academy Award winning film.
From 5.30pm onwards enjoy a pre film drink in the opulence of the Pavilion Library overlooking the gardens of the house, you will then be led through to the Dining Room for the screening at 6.15pm surrounded by the artwork and portraits of the Maxwell family. After the credits roll follow the double sweeping staircase downstairs to the servants’ quarters for a two course meal and glass of wine in the kitchen restaurant.
Please note: Tickets price includes a two course meal (main and desert) with a glass of wine and the film screening. The bar in the library is a paid bar. Dinner menu will be available on our website. If you have dietary or access requirements then please email us in advance of the screening to let us know at email@example.com
Many thanks to Cameron Presentations who are supporting this screening.
Our volunteers have created a series of short films showcasing some of the unique venues that are taking part in this year’s festival.