Programme


So many amazing films to choose from throughout the day!

Station X at Bletchley Park will be an inspiring, family friendly day of Sci-Fi celebrations, with immersive film screenings and fun for all ages, complete with moon buggies, a crashed spaceship site, and mysterious Sci-Fi sounds echoing throughout the park. Click here to download a PDF of our souvenir programme or take a look at our flipbook above!

Here is the list of titles screening at the 2014 Station X

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Teleprinter Hall
2:15: WAR OF THE WORLDS
4:10: HIGH TREASON 
5:30: MONSTERS DARK CONTINENT (special preview)
8:00: DOCTOR WHO LIVE “DEATH IN HEAVEN”

Enigma Cinema
2.00: Newsreels
4.15: THINGS TO COME & short
6.30: 1984 (the brilliant Peter Cushing version, 1954)
8.45: QUATERMASS AND THE PIT (on 35mm!) & shorts.

Hut 12
2.00: DR STRANGELOVE & short
4.15: THUNDERBIRDS ARE GO & A GRAND DAY OUT
6.15: THE SEARCH FOR SIMON & Q & A
8:30: THE DAY THE EARTH CAUGHT FIRE

Museum of Computing
3.30: FORBIDDEN PLANET
5.30: COLOSSUS: THE FORBIN PROJECT
7.30: X-THE UNKNOWN

Mansion House – Drawing Room
5:00: SHORTS; TRIP TO THE MOON; SILENT SCI FI: SPACE BALLOON 
6:30: COSMIC VOYAGE – live score by John Sweeney

Block A Car Park
All Day: Rolling programme: Shorts, Trailers, clips, information.

 

Eventbrite - Station X: Sci Fi

The event celebrates the best of Sci-Fi with 14 feature films screening within inspirational locations around the park including the iconic Museum of Computing, WW2 code-breaking huts, the Enigma Cinema and the Teleprinter Hall.

Known to those who worked there during WWII as Station X, this is a wonderful opportunity to explore Bletchley Park, once Britain’s Best Kept Secret, and marvel at the places where astonishing achievements were made by the wartime code-breakers who cracked the Enigma Code, and was the birthplace for the world’s first electronic computer, Colossus.

With a fantastic programme of films and the unique historic backdrop of the world-class heritage site at Bletchley, this is an unmissable day out.