Cheap West Side Story- Film With Live Orchestra tickets at the Royal Albert Hall
Due to popular demand, Leonard Berstein's musical masterpiece is back at the Royal Albert Hall for five performances.
Following on from its sold-out anniversary performances at the Hall in 2012, the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, conducted by Jayce Ogren, will return to Play Leonard Bernstein's electrifying score live while the re-mastered film is shown in high- definition on the big screen with the original vocals and dialog intact.
Winner of ten Academy Awards, West Side Story, directed by Robert Wise and Jerome Robbins, features Robbins' choreography , screenplay by Ernest Lehman, book by Arthur Laurents and lyrics by Stephen Songheim and remains one of the greatest achievements in the history of movie musicals.
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Royal Albert Hall Seat Plan
Choose your seats from the plan of the Royal Albert Hall above. If you're making your first visit to a theatre or you're simply unsure about where you'd most like to be seated, here's a quick guide to help you choose:
The Stalls are level with and closest to the stage. The Dress Circle (or simply the Circle) is the level of seating above the Stalls. The Upper Circle or Grand Circle is above the Dress Circle. The Balcony, above the Upper Circle, is the highest level of seating.
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Wembley Arena is directly adjacent to Wembley Stadium in North West London, close to Wembley Park tube station. Built in 1934, this 12,500 capacity venue once held a swimming pool built for the Empire Games – hence its former name, Wembley Empire Pool. The pool was pressed into service once again for the 1948 Olympics.
In the 1960s the Arena hosted the now-legendary annual New Musical Express Poll Winners' concerts. Acts from the golden age of British pop including The Beatles, Cliff Richard & The Shadows, Joe Brown & the Bruvvers, The Rolling Stones, Rod Stewart, and The Who played to thousands of screaming fans at these events. The 1965 NME Poll Winners’ concert was the only occasion when the Stones and the Beatles played on the same bill.
Among the countless world-class performers and large-scale entertainment shows to have graced the Arena’s stage since then are Abba, Bob Dylan, Madonna, Beyoncé, Walking with Dinosaurs and Ice Age Live. More recently, the Arena was chosen to host the Badminton and Rhythmic Gymnastics events at the 2012 Games.
Today, Wembley Arena enjoys consistent success and has established a unique reputation for presenting large-scale music concerts and sporting events.
Following reconstruction, the venue reopened in 2006 with a newly built Square of Fame in front of the Arena building. Performers at the Arena are encouraged by the Arena’s organisers to have bronze plaques with their names and handprints embedded into the Square. On August 1 2006 Madonna made history by being the first star to have a plaque placed there.
The sheer scale and decades of experience behind Wembley Arena make it the perfect place to see your favourite pop and rock groups and king-size theatrical entertainment events. Recent successes include Taylor Swift, Shakira, Westlife and The Saturdays.
Whatever you decide to see at Wembley Arena, we wish you an entertaining and rewarding visit.
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