This screening celebrates the 35-year anniversary of Monty Python’s first feature film. Making a virtue of their low budget the Pythons took apart the ‘historical’ tale of King Arthur by adorning it with anachronisms, errors, songs, a killer rabbit and an incredibly rude Frenchman.
Terry Jones introduces the film and following the screening will be in discussion and Q&A.;
Dirs. Terry Gilliam & Terry Jones, UK, 1975, 1h 31m
A special fundraising event in support of Bristol’s Slapstick Comedy Festival.