LOVE, ACTUALLY Live In Concert Announces UK Tour

The film will be brought to life on a 13-date UK wide tour this winter, which will kick off on 2nd December in Liverpool.

By: May. 21, 2024
LOVE, ACTUALLY Live In Concert Announces UK Tour
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]This Christmas, Love Actually (2003), perhaps one of the most quotable and adored Christmas films around, will be presented live in concert, with a full orchestra playing the score live-to-film.

The film will be brought to life on a 13-date UK wide tour this winter, which will kick off on 2nd December in Liverpool and then head to Swansea, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Sheffield, London, Manchester and more before wrapping up just before Christmas with a performance in Portsmouth on December 19th. 

‘The whole performance was simply spectacular, enhancing the magic of this classic Christmas movie tenfold' Bournemouth Echo

‘The live orchestra works to enhance this experience - and what a joyful one it is.' The York Press

The score for Love Actually was written by Golden Globe, BAFTA and Emmy-winning Scottish composer Craig Armstrong OBE, known for his work on films such as Me Before You, Moulin Rouge, Far From The Madding Crowd and Elizabeth: The Golden Age. The score and music for Love Actually is considered some of the most recognisable across the modern romcom genre, featuring covers of Mariah Carey's All I Want For Christmas Is You and the Troggs' Love Is all Around.

Written and directed by Richard Curtis, Love Actually follows 10 different, yet interweaving stories of love around the festive period, involving a variety of individuals, many of whom are interlinked as the plot progresses.

The film boasts an all-star cast, featuring Liam Neeson, Colin Firth, Laura Linney, Bill Nighy, Martine McCutcheon, Alan Rickman, Emma Thompson, Keira Knightley, Rowan Atkinson, Martin Freeman and many more.

Tour dates:

Monday 2nd December           Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

Tuesday 3rd December           Swansea Arena

Wednesday 4th December      Southend Cliffs Pavilion

Sunday 8th December             Aberdeen P&J Live

Monday 9th December            Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

Tuesday 10th December         Edinburgh Usher Hall

Thursday 12th December        Sheffield City Hall

Friday 13th December             York Barbican

Sunday 15th December           London Eventim Apollo

Monday 16th December          Birmingham Symphony Hall

Tuesday 17th December         Bath Forum

Wednesday 18th December    Manchester Bridgewater Hall

Thursday 19th December       Portsmouth Guildhall


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