For one night only, Jamboree transports audiences back to the Thirties with a showing of Charlie Chaplin’s classic film, The Gold Rush. Accompanied by music from Carles Robert (piano and compositions) and Miquel Àngel Marín (clarinet), the magic of early 20th-century silent cinema is brought into the present day. On many occasions, Chaplin said that this was the film for which he wanted to be remembered most, starring alongside silent film comedy legends Mack Swain and Tom Murray.
The film is screened at 8pm and then again at 10pm.
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