Following on from their performance at London's Royal Festival Hall on 30th January, this week sees the London Contemporary Orchestra (LCO) performing three dates of their fantastic 'There Will Be Blood: Live' show, with performances at Birmingham's Symphony Hall (Sun 5th Feb), Brighton Dome (Mon 6th Feb) and Bristol's Colston Hall (Tue 7th Feb). Tickets for the Brighton show start at just £10, and members of the Picturehouse Cinema Members can save £20 on the top-price tickets.
Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson and with a memorable score by Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood, There Will Be Blood is an Oscar-winning film which IMDB describes as "A story of family, religion, hatred, oil and madness, focusing on a turn-of-the-century prospector in the early days of the business." The film is currently ranked number 183 on the site out of all movies ever made - not bad eh? This concert is a chance to see the film with a live soundtrack, provided by the LCO, something which is becoming increasingly popular over the last few years with a number of great film classics such as ET, Star Wars and Titanic having been performed at The Royal Albert Hall in London, as well as other venues across the country. Taking in the natural acoustics of the concert hall and combining the tense, sparse and dissonant score, these performances are sure to be the best way to watch the film, so be sure to get your tickets soon before they sell out!
Check out this 360 video filmed just a few days ago during a rehearsal for the show.
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