Mon 5 & Tue 13 June
USA | 1951 | 105’ | U | Richard Thorpe | Mario Lanza, Ann Blyth
Enrico Caruso's only passion is to sing. For that, he leaves his hometown of Naples in Italy, and travels to America to sing for the Metropolitan Opera. At first his lack of education and poor background make him an outcast in the high-class opera world, but eventually, his incredible voice wins him both fans and the hand of his love, Dorothy. However, his nonstop pace and desire to perform at any cost take their toll on the singer's health.
Tuesday 13 June, 11.30am - Introduction by Dr Carlo Cenciarelli
Daytime (until 5pm): £7 / £5 concessions
Evening (5pm onward): £8 / £6 concessions