Dir: Elia Kazan 1951 | 127 mins, US
New Orleans’ French Quarter. Blanche DuBois (Vivien Leigh) is a small-town beauty who feels her best years are behind her. She arrives at the apartment of her sister Stella (Kim Hunter) and her explosive husband Stanley (Marlon Brando). Elia Kazan’s legendary adaptation of Tennessee Williams’ play.
WHY? ‘Two of the greatest performances ever put on film’ New Yorker
£10.50 (£9.50 conc)
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The screening on Wednesday 18 March at 2pm is a Talking Tables screening. Talking Tables is a new pilot project from Norden Farm that aims to bring people together in a relaxed environment to discuss events, share ideas and most importantly - to meet new people!
It is particularly aimed at people coming to Norden Farm on their own, but all are welcome. To take part, simply book in to see the screening, then join the group in the foyer before and after the film.