Gladiator Live - Sword and Sandals Symphony
Revel in the majesty of one of the most acclaimed movie scores
of the modern era as the Oscar-winning Gladiator is brought to life by the Philharmonia Orchestra and Philharmonia
Chorus in a special new live concert. Conducted by Justin Freer, there could surely be no more perfect venue for this spectacular
show than London's Royal Albert Hall, whose circular structure was modelled on an ancient Roman amphitheatre.
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More about Gladiator Live - Oscar-Winning
One of the finest movies of the past 15 years, Ridley Scott's historical masterpiece Gladiator garnered
five Academy Awards, including a Best Actor Oscar for Russell Crowe. The motion picture trails the tragic life of Roman general
Maximus Meridius, who is reduced to slavery when the emperor's malevolent son Commodus seizes the thrown. By rising through
the ranks of the gladiatorial hierarchy, Maximus manages to avenge the multiple murders of his family. The original soundtrack,
composed by Hans Zimmer and Lisa Gerrard, earned a Golden Globe Award for Best Score and has attained a cult status in the
world of cinema - in fact, not since Titanic has a movie score been in such high demand with fans and critics alike.
With this special show seeing a live orchestra play the soundtrack while the film plays on a huge HD screen, there's no better
way to experience this specular piece of swords-and-sandals cinema than catching this hotly-anticipated performance.
unique event is sure to be popular among the film's legions of fans, so make sure you snap up Gladiator Live tickets
on StubHub UK as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.
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