Hot on the heels of their announcement of a live orchestral accompaniment for Independence Day comes news that Jurassic Park will be screening at the Royal Albert Hall in November with a live orchestra.
The special shows on 4 and 5 November will see the blockbuster screened in full – and in stunning high-definition on a giant screen – as the unforgettable music is played live on stage by the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra.
Lucy Noble, Director of Events at the Royal Albert Hall, said: “No-one will ever forget the first time they saw Jurassic Park, one of the scariest – yet most magical – movies in cinema history. Nor will they forget John Williams’ extraordinary score, which did so much to create that sense of terror and wonder, while giving us a triumphant, overpowering gem of a theme tune.
“This unique presentation of the film, premiering at the Hall on 4 November, will allow audiences to experience the majesty of Jurassic Park in an all-new way, bringing to life that stunning score thanks to the incredible Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, conducted by Ludwig Wicki.
“It promises to be a very special night and a real treat for clever girls – and boys – everywhere.”
Jurassic Park will form part of the RAH’s inaugural film festival, with the full line-up to be announced soon.
Whether Weird Al Yankovic’s version of Jurassic Park will also feature is as yet unknown…
Tickets from £28 (incl. £2.50 booking fee and 2% card handling fee.
Box Office: 020 7589 8212 / www.royalalberthall.com