Italian Cultural Institute is pleased to present the reading of Paolo Sorrentino’s book Everybody’s right, Hanno tutti ragione.
The reading will be performed by the Italian actress Iaia Forte and Branka Katić for the British version introduced by Monica Capuani, at 7pm on Monday the 27th of March at the Italian Cultural Institute.
Award-winning Italian actress Iaia Forte is again working with Paolo Sorrentino, after the global success of Academy Award winning film The Great Beauty. In the play Everybody’s Right, adapted by Sorrentino’s book, she plays Neapolitan singer Tony Pagoda, when, at the height of his career, in New York in the 1950s, he is about to perform at Radio City Music Hall in the presence of Frank Sinatra.
A huge best-seller in Italy, Everybody’s Right is an extraordinary debut novel from The Great Beauty director Paolo Sorrentino. Through Tony’s irresistible voice Sorrentino illustrates his imaginative power and his incredible gifts for drama and satire.
When: Monday, 27th of March at 7pm
Where: Italian Cultural Institute, 39 Belgrave Square. London SX1X 8NX
Drinks and the Italian traditional Easter cake ‘Colomba‘ will follow the event.
Free entry, booking is essential: click here to reserve a place
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