- Craig Angus
- 14 February 2018
Classic dinosaur film to have its soundtrack brought to life by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra
Classic film Jurassic Park is to tour across the UK with a live orchestra to celebrate its 25th anniversary. Tickets for the tour go on sale at 10am on Fri 16 Feb.
The classic adventure film, the first – and widely considered to the best – in a successful franchise, was first released in 1993.
Starring Richard Attenborough as eccentric billionaire John Hammond and Sam Neill and Laura Dern as palaeontologists Alan Grant and Ellie Sattler, it invited viewers to roam in an island theme park, populated by cloned dinosaurs.
The film features music composed by John Williams, and for the tour the score will be recreated by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra.
It all kicks off at Brighton Dome on Sat 8 Sep, finishing up at Portsmouth Guildhall on Wed 5 Dec. The tour also includes performances at Glasgow’s SEC Armadillo, Edinburgh’s Usher Hall and London’s Royal Albert Hall.
Jurassic Park UK tour dates 2018:
Sat 8 Sep – Brighton Dome, Brighton
Wed 12 Sep – Gateshead Sage, Gateshead
Thu 13 Sep – City Hall, Sheffield
Fri 14 Sep – SEC Armadillo, Glasgow
Sat 15 Sep – Usher Hall, Edinburgh
Sun 23 Sep – Symphony Hall, Birmigham
Tue 25 Sep – Plymouth Pavilions
Fri 28 Sep – St David’s Hall, Cardiff
Sat 29 Sep – Royal Albert Hall, London
Mon 19 Nov – Bridgewater Hall, Manchester
Tue 20 Nov – De Montfort Hall, Leicester
Wed 21 Nov – Royal Concert Hall, Nottingham
Thu 22 Nov – Pavilion Theatre, Bournemouth
Sat 1 Dec – Hull Arena
Wed 5 Dec – Guildhall, Portsmouth
Tickets for Jurassic Park with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra go on sale at 10am on Fri 16 Feb.