Special screenings of Far From the Madding Crowd (1967 version) in Wiltshire Museum’s Lecture Hall
To mark the 55th anniversary of the premiere of John Schlesinger’s 1967 adaptation of Far from the Madding Crowd, Wiltshire Museum is screening the iconic adaptation of Hardy's novel, in the town where part of it was filmed.
The film starred 1960s film icons, Julie Christie, Alan Bates, Peter Finch and Terence Stamp as well as over 700 local extras.
From 28 May to 30 October 2022, Terence Stamp’s costume from the film is on display at Wiltshire Museum (and can be viewed before the film screening).
Runtime: 2 hr 48 min (168 mins)
Director: John Schlesinger
BBFC: U (contains very mild violence, nudity)
Dates and time
At Wiltshire Museum:
Sunday 16 October, 2.30pm
Tickets £7 (£5 members; children £3.50 and £2.00)
* Face coverings may be worn if desired (as at Sept 2022).
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* The Lecture Hall is air-conditioned.
* Accessibility - a platform lift enables access to the Lecture Hall which is located on the first floor.
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