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Northern Sinfonia goes Silent

PostPosted: Fri Feb 10, 2006 8:11 pm
by ritchie
On an earlier thread about 'Hidden', Charlie asked the question "Does the Sage have a cinema?"

I replied something along the lines of "what a good idea, sadly no"

and then lo and behold ....,

Northern Sinfonia goes Silent
Friday 31 March 6:30 pm
Venue: Hall One, The Sage GatesheadTICKETS

Alan Fearon: Conductor

Relive the heyday of the silent movie as Chaplin’s last silent film is shown on Hall One’s giant screen, accompanied by Northern Sinfonia performing Chaplin’s delightful original score. Incredibly, Chaplin not
only wrote the music but starred in the film and was responsible for the production, direction, editing and
screenplay! ‘City Lights’, from 1931, features Chaplin’s famous tramp character: it is an enthralling blend
of pathos, slapstick and comedy, and is considered by many to be Chaplin’s finest film.

It just goes to show..., Mr Gillett has his finger on the pulse.. Charlie do me a favour pick 6 numbers between 1-49 for me please.

Ritchie {{d(-0-)b}}