5 Amazing Live Movie Concerts To See This Christmas
What could be better than your fave movie with live music?
Looking for a special event to go to over the Christmas hols? Or the perfect present for a tricky family member? Or, do you just wanna live out your HOME ALONE DREAMS without destroying a single staircase of your own?
London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall have a schedule of incredible shows this Christmas season, setting some of our fave Xmas movies to a spectacular LIVE orchestra for all the magical festive feels. Check out the full list of what’s on below: these could make one seriously impressive pressie…
Home Alone in Concert
The festive fave film brings has its comedy-classic John Williams score brought to life this Christmas, as the film is shown with an IRL orchestra playing all the music, live! Did the most fun Xmas film ever just get even better? We think so.
If you loved Disney’s new winter fantasy film, The Nutcracker And The Four Realms, continue the magic in real life by going to see this special performance of The Nutcracker, performed by the Birmingham Royal Ballet’s world-class dancers. With a spectacular setting, gorgeous score and DANCING SNOWFLAKES, it doesn’t get more festive than this.
A Hollywood Christmas
There’s nothing more breathtaking than hearing the music from your favourite film played live in all its orchestral glory. This all-new concert will have an orchestra play the scores from festive classics like Harry Potter, And The Philopsohers Stone and The Nightmare Before Christmas. Expect goosebumps. (The feeling, not the film). (Save that for Halloween).
The Snowman And Paddington Bear
How cute is this? Showing two musical stories with a live score performed by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, the first, Paddington Bear’s First Concert, will be brought to life with live narrator Stepehen Mangan, while The Snowman will show afterwards, celebrating its 40th anniversary with live music accompaniment. And you know what that means? Live ‘Walking In The Air’! We're not crying, you're crying! In other lovely news, there will also be a Relaxed performance of this show, inclusive for any audiences with autism, or sensory impairments. A super special experience if you’ve got young family members (hey, or if you haven’t)!
Whose Line Is It Anyway? Live
If you’re looking for a fun pressie for your parents for Xmas, try this. The classic improv comedy show brings its hilarious performers to the Royal Albert Hall for three 30th anniversary live shows this Xmas, with a host of stars you’ll recognise from the TV show to bring the lols to some old favourite and new improv games.
- More info and tickets at royalalberthall.com