If The Artist and Hugo have got you intrigued by the world of silent movie, indulge in the real thing as Symphony Hall becomes a giant cinema for one night only, and two laugh-a-minute Harold Lloyd classics are given the deluxe treatment with live orchestral soundtracks. High and Dizzy tells the tale of a precariously balanced sleepwalker, whilst in The Freshman a teenage geek goes to college and tries to win popularity in the football team – eventually scoring the winning touchdown and getting his girl. It could be straight out of an all-American teen movie! With every action on screen brought to life in music composed and reconstructed by charismatic conductor Carl Davis, this is sure to be a very special evening for film fans of all ages.
Carl Davis conductor
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£10, £15, £18, £21, £25, £28, £32 plus transaction fee*
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Standby tickets may be available on the day of the performance (from 10am for matinee concerts and 1pm for evening concerts) for students, young people, patrons aged 60+, benefit recipients and holders of ‘Passport to Leisure’ cards.
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