The Xenomorphs are heading for the Royal Albert Hall this November, as the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra bring James Horner’s score to life to accompany a presentation of James Cameron’s epic SF adventure to mark its 30th anniversary.
The original and beloved 1986 theatrical cut will be screened while the memorable score, will be conducted by Ludwig Wicki. The two shows are taking place in London on November 6 at 2 and 7.30 pm, with tickets on sale on February 18.
Lucy Noble, Director of Events at the Royal Albert Hall, said: “Our film-and-live-orchestra programme for 2016 has proved immensely popular so far, with Jurassic Park selling 10,000 tickets on the first day alone.
“Now we’re delighted to reveal the other headline show for November’s film festival: more big blockbuster scares in the shape of James Cameron’s explosive Aliens, with James Horner’s incredible music brought front and centre by the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, conducted by Ludwig Wicki.
“It promises to be a spectacular show, and one of the centrepieces of the festival, which will also include a host of special screenings, talks and concerts. Some will be during the day, but audiences will mostly come at night… mostly.”
Tickets from £28 (includes £2.50 booking fee and 2% card handling fee) Box Office: 020 7589 8212 / www.royalalberthall.com