A DeLorean, 1.21 Gigawatts & a Live Orchestra - it's Back to the Future in Concert!

One of the greatest films ever made that includes some seriously worrying incestuous undertones - Back to the Future is coming to Manchester complete with a full, live orchestra playing the score.

By Ben Brown | Last updated 26 October 2018

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Now you can experience the time travelling, mind-bending adventure of Martin McFly and his odd (and much older) mate Dr. Emmett Brown as they try to get Martin from the 1950’s back to 1985 so he can give Jennifer a big sloppy snog down at the lake.

Heading to the Bridgewater Hall on Thursday 18th April, this special film showing will be accompanied by Alan Silvestri’s iconic score conducted live by Czech National Symphony Orchestra playing in sync with the film projected on the big screen.

Now, fans old and new will experience the thrill of Back to the Future like never before – on an HD screen with a full symphony orchestra performing Alan Silvertri’s dazzling musical score live in synch with the movie.

Audiences will also be in for an exclusive treat: approximately twenty minutes of brand new music added by award-winning composer Silvestri to the film’s score especially for these unique live orchestra presentations.

Back to the Future in Concert at the Bridgewater Hall
Thursday 18th April
Ticket prices start from £25 + booking fees
On sale Friday 26th October at 10am

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