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Friday 20 April 2012 at 7.30pm

Symphony Hall, Birmingham +44 (0)121 345 0600

Carl Davis  conductor

Chaplin: One A.M. 20'
Chaplin: City Lights 87'

Watch two of the legendary Charlie Chaplinís silent movie gems on the big screen, as we transform Symphony Hall into a giant cinema for one night only. In One A.M., Chaplinís character arrives home late, only to be defeated by a series of inanimate but spectacularly uncooperative objects! City Lights is a heart-warming romantic tale of a tramp, a drunken millionaire, and a poor blind flowergirl. With every action on screen brought to life by the live soundtrack, composed and reconstructed from the original music by tonightís ever-charismatic conductor Carl Davis, this is sure to be a very special evening for film fans of all ages.

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