A full orchestral song from the seasonal Romecom soundtrack will return to Glasgow this Christmas.
Since its release in 2003, Love has actually become a revelation and a synonym for many people during the festival.
Blockbuster fans will once again be able to enjoy a full orchestra performing live soundtracks with pictures after the epidemic break, which is becoming an annual feature of the holiday calendar.
The tour will begin on December 2 at the Bath Forum, before ending at the Pool, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Sheffield, York, Hill, London event at Apollo, Nottingham, Manchester and Liverpool in Birmingham.
In fact, the love at the concert has brought together an audience that has sold out in recent years, with the Shropshire star calling it “an amazing magical night that really captivated everyone with the Christmas spirit.”
The Nottingham Post commented that the performance was “ridiculous, heartbreaking and utterly blasphemous. On this occasion, the musicians not only provide background noise but also brighten up their moments.”
Directed by Richard Curtis, Love actually tells ten different love stories over Christmas, including Hugh Grant, Liam Neeson, Colin Firth, Laura Lenny, Bill Negi, Martin McCutchen, Alan Rickman, Emma. ۔ Thompson, Cara Knightley, Rowan Atkinson, Martin Freeman, and more.
In Glasgow, a full, live orchestra will perform Craig Armstrong’s provocative score in these shows. the film Performing on a big screen in Glasgow Concert Hall on December 5.
Armstrong is one of Britain’s leading film musicians, and his work has been awarded the BAFTA for his success in film. Music.
Ticket prices for Glasgow start at £ 29.50 and tickets are now available to purchase from Master.
Thursday 2nd December Bath Forum.
Friday, December 3 Pool Lighthouse.
Sunday 5 December Glasgow Royal Concert Hall.
Monday, December 6, Edinburgh Asher Hall.
Tuesday, December 7, Sheffield City Hall.
Wednesday, December 8 York Barbecue.
Thursday 9 December Hill Bonus Arena.
Saturday 11 December London Event Apollo.
Sunday 12 December Nottingham Royal Concert Hall.
Monday 13 December Manchester Bridge Water Hall.
Tuesday 14 December Liverpool Philharmonic Hall.
Wednesday 15 December Birmingham Symphony Hall.