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Films in Concert

Soundtrack to the season

Elevating movie night to epic proportions, the Royal Albert Hall provides a spectacular stage for a series of legendary film screenings – all accompanied by a live-to-picture, orchestral score.

This season, Danny Elfman’s Music from the Films of Tim Burton marks its 10th anniversary with two spellbinding productions at the Hall, performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra and Crouch End Festival Chorus. Led by conductor John Mauceri, the audience is transported into the worlds of Edward Scissorhands, Alice, Batman and more, with Elfman’s original scores set to Burton’s sketches, storyboards and drawings.

An eclectic collection

The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra presents a Christmas classic, as Home Alone in Concert follows the inimitable capers of Kevin McCallister. Meanwhile, a prehistoric production 65 million years in the making sees the orchestra bring the action-packed Jurassic Park to life – just in time for the film’s 30th anniversary.

For classical music fans, there can be no better way to watch Amadeus than with the score performed live. Charting the rivalry between Mozart and Salieri, the talents of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields orchestra, London Philharmonic Choir and soloist Alexandra Dariescu see this period epic soar to new heights.

A (Quidditch) game of two halves

Screenings of both Harry Potter and the Deathly HallowsTM Part 1 and Part 2 see Hogwarts take over the Royal Albert Hall twice this season. Join the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra for two nights of wizarding and wonder, as Harry faces off against his foes one final time.

Truly incredible


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Now - 2 November 2024


Royal Albert Hall
Kensington Gore
South Kensington