Relive the charm of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone like never before this September, at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall: watch this enchanting film on a high-definition, forty-foot screen, while John Williams’ unforgettable score is played live by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra! With only one performance at 7:30pm on Sunday 8th September, tickets are sure to sell like butterbeer, so snap yours up while you can and get ready for a truly magical evening!
The concert comes to Nottingham as part of CineConcerts ‘Harry Potter Film Concert Series’, a global tour announced in 2016: since its 2016 premiere, this concert version of Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone has been experienced by more than 1.3 million muggles across 48 countries – so you can guarantee it’ll be excellent! Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall welcomed CineConcerts excellent ‘Magical Music of Harry Potter’ performance earlier this year, and this magical experience of the first film in this iconic series promises to be equally spectacular.
Released in 2001, this charming film follows eleven-year-old Harry Potter, who learns his deceased parents were a witch and wizard, and discovers he has magical powers of his own. He takes up his place at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, where his new lessons include Transfiguration, Defence Against the Dark Arts, and new sport Quidditch (played on flying broomsticks) – and of course learns the magic of making friends. With a Dark Wizard set on destroying him, however – the same Dark Wizard who murdered his parents eleven years before – it’s a far from quiet first year, and this adrenaline-fueled film follows the twists and turns of Harry’s heart-racing escapades – performed, of course, by some of Britain’s most-loved actors.
The Royal Concert Hall is less than half a mile away from us at the Mercure Nottingham, so staying with us guarantees you’ll arrive before even the swiftest owl!Book Now