Life of a Mountain: Helvellyn is the much-anticipated third and final part of film-maker Terry Abraham’s Lake District mountain trilogy. The critically acclaimed Life of a Mountain: Scafell Pike (2015) and Life of a Mountain: Blencathra (2017) have been enjoyed by millions of viewers on the BBC and beyond.
A love-letter to our country’s most popular mountain it's a must for anyone with a love or connection with the Lake District, or a passion for mountains and hill-walking. A spectacular documentary, the film looks at the lives of local residents, wildlife and visitors to the mountain with contributions from many experts and household names.
Terry Abraham's breathtaking photography and stunning time-lapse sequences of this unique landscape will inspire Lakeland newcomers and regular visitors alike. Terry is a self-taught filmmaker and photographer with a passion and interest for the outdoors that is second to none.
An exclusive presentation from London Mountain Film Festival. This London Premiere will include a Q&A with the director.
The film contains flashing lights that may affect people who suffer photosensitivity.
National Theatre Live
It’s July 1940 and Pilot Officer Jack Absolute flies home from a raid on the Luftwaffe to RAF Fontwell. He’s surprised to find his old flame Lydia at the base, and sets his sights on winning back her heart. But Lydia demands to be loved on her own terms, and the riotous comedy of misunderstandings and preposterous confrontations begins.
A new play by Richard Bean (One Man, Two Guvnors) and Oliver Chris, based on Sheridan’s 1775 Restoration masterpiece The Rivals.