Why See Harry Potter and The Sorcerer's Stone?
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The chance to immerse yourself in the wonderful world of the Boy Who Lived is here once more with this extra special concert, taking us back to where it all began. Now Muggles (sorry, No-Mags) and Witches and Wizards alike can experience the magic in a whole new concert presentation, combining the beloved first movie in the series on a towering HD 40ft screen and the transfixing score by maestro John Williams, in an evening that will transport you back to the Wizarding World one more time.
Including pieces such as 'Harry's Wondrous World' and the iconic 'Hedwig's Theme' the delights and drama of Williams' music as played by a full Symphony Orchestra will no doubt enchant fans of all ages, who'll need no persuading to re-visit Harry, Ron, Hermione, Hogwarts and more one more time!
Performance date: 23 March 2018
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