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Second London Date Added To Jurassic Park Live In Concert Tour

Tuesday, 13 March 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

A second show at the Royal Albert Hall has been added to the Jurassic Park in Concert tour.

Steven Spielberg's 1993 blockbuster will be screened for a second successive night on September 30, accompanied by the Czech National Symphony Orchestra performing John Williams' iconic score. Tickets go on sale at 9am on March 16 priced from £25.00 plus fees.

The tour also features stops in Brighton, Gateshead, Sheffield, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Plymouth, Cardiff, Manchester, Leicester, Nottingham, Bournemouth, Hull and Portsmouth between September and December.

Jurassic Park in Concert Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Sat September 08 2018 - BRIGHTON Brighton Dome
Mon September 10 2018 - BRISTOL Bristol Hippodrome
Wed September 12 2018 - GATESHEAD Sage One
Thu September 13 2018 - SHEFFIELD City Hall
Fri September 14 2018 - GLASGOW SEC Armadillo
Sat September 15 2018 - EDINBURGH Usher Hall
Sun September 23 2018 - BIRMINGHAM Symphony Hall
Tue September 25 2018 - PLYMOUTH Plymouth Pavilions
Fri September 28 2018 - CARDIFF St Davids Hall
Sat September 29 2018 - LONDON Royal Albert Hall
Sun September 30 2018 - LONDON Royal Albert Hall
Mon November 19 2018 - MANCHESTER Bridgewater Hall
Tue November 20 2018 - LEICESTER De Montfort Hall
Wed November 21 2018 - NOTTINGHAM Royal Concert Hall
Thu November 22 2018 - BOURNEMOUTH Pavilion Theatre - B'mouth
Sat December 01 2018 - HULL Hull Venue
Wed December 05 2018 - PORTSMOUTH Guildhall

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