Jurassic Park Live Is The Ultimate Night Out For Fans
Hold on to your butts.
Dinosaurs are taking over London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall – and it’s MAGICAL.
Jurassic Park Live is happening this weekend. Fans, no matter how many times you’ve seen the movie – you’ll have never seen it like this before!
The Royal Albert Hall’s spectacular setting is transformed as a huge cinema screen shows the legendary movie – while the entire soundtrack to the movie is played compeltely live by the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra. It’s an incredible set up.
We can confirm that nothing will make your hair stand on end more than the Jurassic Park theme storms around you for the first time as that helicopter flies over Isla Nublar.
Shown on the big screen in beaut high definition, the CGI dinosaurs still look amazing – even though they were made on computers nearly THIRTY YEARS AGO.
Back then, each CGI frame in the movie took an estimated 12 hours to render. For example, the part where the T Rex breaks through this log when its chasing the jeep is 75 frames long. Which means a LOT of computer whirring.
Forget extracting dino DNA from mosquitos, that’s the real groundbreaking science, guys.
The Royal Albert Hall – more used to classical orchestra symphonies than soundtracking Jeff Goldblum’s magnificent posing - is the most majestic way to watch the most majestic of creatures (we’re looking at you, Brachiosaurus) and John William’s score has never felt more enchanting.
The dinosaurs of Jurassic Park just got brought to life in an entirely new way.
Jurassic Park Live is on from 3-5th November 2016 at London’s Royal Albert Hall. If you haven’t been able to catch it this time around, the Royal Albert Hall has more movies in concert coming up – Titanic Live will take over on the 11th March 2016, and Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone Live will be playing from 11th – 13th May 2016. Yaaaas!
- Find more info and tickets at royalalberthall.com