Last weekend (29-30 September 2018), we kicked off our Festival of Film with not one, not two, but three performances of Jurassic Park in Concert .
Films in Concert are always a memorable experience, and this weekend was no exception. From the moment the first fans of the franchise walked in on Saturday morning, proudly wearing their souvenir t-shirts (and other costumes), to the last time the credits rolled and the orchestra launched into the Jurassic Park theme for a grandiose finish, the Jurassic Park 25th Anniversary was well and truly celebrated here at the Hall.
Our audience experienced this ground-breaking film as never before: projected in HD with a full symphony orchestra performing John Williams’ magnificent score live to picture. The Czech National Symphony Orchestra did the honours, conducted by Ben Palmer, a true wizard when it comes to making a Williams’ score come to life (no mosquitoes were used in this process).
Have a look at our exclusive photos below.
Welcome… to Jurassic Park!
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Jurassic Park in Concert at the Royal Albert Hall yesterday Sooo good!!!
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All pictures: Andy Paradise