Star Wars fans are about to see one of the franchises best loved films – Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back – get an orchestral makeover.
The 1980 film is set to head across the country in a series of special screenings at arenas, accompanied by a live orchestra performing John Williams score.
Its set to take in cities including Manchester, Leeds, Glasgow and Birmingham in September and October – meaning you can get to see Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher in all their big-screen glory.
But when do tickets go on sale and how can you be there?
Heres what you need to know…
When is Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back going on tour?
The performances, featuring the Novello Orchestra with conductor David Mahoney, are as follows:
- Friday 27 Sep Manchester Arena
- Saturday 28 Sep Leeds First Direct Arena
- Sunday 29 Sep Glasgow SEC Armadillo
- Tuesday 1 Oct Birmingham Arena
- Wednesday 2 Oct Liverpool Arena
There will also be screenings at Londons Royal Albert Hall from Saturday 21-Monday 23 September, with matinee performances on the Saturday and Sunday.
When do tickets go on sale and how much do they cost?
Tickets start at £29.50, with others costing £42.50, £49.50 and £52.50, with the top price tickets £65.
Presale for venues, Disney tickets and Ticketmaster begin on Wednesday 3 April.
General sale tickets are on sale on 5 April via Ticketmaster.
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