Harry Potter At The Royal Albert Hall With A Live Orchestra Is Exactly As Amazing As You’d Imagine
THAT John Williams score live, plus all the nostalgic feels...
Ask any diehard Harry Potter stan, and it’s near impossible to imagine a better film-going experience than the first time you watched J. K. Rowling’s boy wizard up on the big screen.
A ridiculous 17(!) years since The Philosopher’s Stone debuted at the cinema, the Royal Albert Hall has brought the movie series back to life on-screen in the most magical of ways - a live, full symphonic orchestra playing the score to the movie as you’re watching it.
Six sold-out screenings of The Philosopher’s Stone in Concert last year kickstarted a demand that’s yet to subside - we saw The Chamber of Secrets this week, and a number of The Prisoner of Azkaban performances are already planned for later this year.
We’re happy to report it’s an intoxicating, celebratory experience watching a barnstorming orchestra, with choir, performing John Williams’ incredible, mesmeric score live.
The only downside is that your attention will be split between watching the orchestra do their thing as the film itself.
Spine-tingling, awe-inspiring and 100% fan-entertaining, it’s a must for fans of the Boy Who Lived.