Love Actually is going on tour with a live orchestra
Classic Christmas movie Love Actually will be touring the UK this festive season!
Richard Curtis's 2003 classic is going to be playing in cities across the UK… with a special holiday twist. A full live orchestra will be appearing at every stop on the festive tour to play along with composer Craig Armstrong's classic score.
This will be a perfect way to revisit the beloved characters played by the likes of Keira Knightley, Andrew Lincoln, Rowan Atkinson, Hugh Grant, Martine McCutcheon and the late Alan Rickman.
Tickets will officially go on sale on Friday (March 17) via Ticketmaster. Here's a list of venues where you can see Love Actually with a live orchestra later this year:
Friday, November 24 — Bath Forum
Saturday, November 25 — Cardiff St David’s Hall
Sunday, November 26 — Southend Cliffs Pavilion
Monday, November 27 — Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Friday, December 1 — Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Sunday, December 3 — Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Monday, December 4 — Sheffield City Hall
Tuesday, December 5 — Birmingham Symphony Hall
Wednesday, December 6 — York Barbican
Thursday, December 7 — Edinburgh Usher Hall
Friday, December 8 — Manchester Bridgewater Hall
Saturday, December 9 — London Eventim Apollo
While you're waiting to pick up your gig tickets, check out our rundown of a lost Love Actually storyline or a mind-blowing theory that will change the way you watch the film.
The 2003 movie remains a perennial seasonal classic, having won Bill Nighy a BAFTA Film Award back in the day and frequently popping up on lists of the greatest Christmas movies ever.
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