We’re off to see the wizard! John Wilson conducts this lavish orchestral score as a live accompaniment to a screening of the magical 1939 movie, complete with original vocals. Forget scratchy soundtracks: this is the chance to hear Somewhere Over the Rainbow, Follow the Yellow Brick Road and all your favourites in vivid orchestral technicolour – the perfect Bank Holiday treat for munchkins of all ages.
‘The debonair flair of a matinee idol. He drew a fabulous quality of sound from his outstanding orchestra.’ The Guardian on John Wilson at the BBC Proms
BBC Symphony Orchestra
John Wilson conductor
The Wizard of Oz (film screening, Certificate U)
Each performance lasts approximately 1 hour 45 minutes with no interval.
Film Courtesy of Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
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|Fri 4 May||3:30pm||£9.50, £15, £20, £25, £30, £35*|
|Fri 4 May||7:00pm||£9.50, £15, £20, £25, £30, £35*|
£9.50, £15, £20, £25, £30, £35*
60plus: £9.50, £14.50, £19, £24, £28.50, £33.50*
Kids Go Free: One free ticket per child (aged 16 and under) for every adult ticket purchased. Maximum group size of 6. Free concert programme included.
Discounts also available for students and under 25s, wheelchair users, disabled patrons and their companions, concert package bookers and groups of 11+. For more details on all discounts and how to book click here.
Choir, Chorus Boxes and Stalls front four rows not available. Reduced availability in the Terraces, Upper Circle Ledges, Grand Tier Ledges and Platform Boxes.
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