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Silent Heroes - Harold Lloyd: City Of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO)
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.
Founded in 1920, the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra has always had an illustrious career. In fact, the first concert was conducted by Sir Edward Elgar. The orchestra has grown into a 90-piece ensemble with a worldwide reputation.
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Venue: Symphony Hall
Enquiries: 0121 345 0600
Bookings: 0121 345 0602
Disabled Bookings: 0121 780 4949
Seating Plan: View the Seating Plan
→ New Street 10 min walk
→ Snow Hill 11 min walk
→ Corporation Street 12 min walk
→ Snow Hill 10 min walk
→ New Street 11 min walk
→ Five Ways 12 min walk