Love Actually in Concert is coming to Symphony Hall

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Fans of Love Actually are in for a treat this Christmas as the film is returning to the big screen with a full orchestra.

The romantic comedy which stars Hugh Grant, Kiera Knightly, Colin Firth, Liam Neeson and the late Alan Rickman – to name just a few, was first shown on our screens back in 2003 and was a refreshing and comedic take on a classic Christmas movie.

Now, Love Actually is set to go on a tour around the UK where a full orchestra will be performing the score. And with unforgettable hits including Bill Nighy’s unforgettable cover of Love is All Around and Girls Aloud’s Jump, this night is sure to get you in the festive spirit.

The film follows nine love stories that intertwine, which includes the Prime Minister (Hugh Grant) falling in love with his secretary (Martine McCutcheon). It was such a success that some of the cast decided to reunite earlier this year for a prequel for Comic Relief.

The tour kicks off in Manchester on December 1, will come to Birmingham’s Symphony Hall on December 4 before closing at London’s Theatre Royal, Drury Lane with a Matinee and evening show.

Personally, we’re big fans of the film here in the Style HQ, and can’t wait to see it head to Birmingham. So much in fact, that we actually invented our own Love Actually drinking game which you can see for yourself here – but please drink responsibly!

Tickets go on sale this Thursday (21 September) on Ticketmaster and cost between £39.50 and £65.

 

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