Watch Star Wars: Return of the Jedi supported by a full symphony orchestra

Watch Star Wars: Return of the Jedi supported by a full symphony orchestra

Although Star Wars fans will have to wait until the end of March 2020 to officially watch The Mandalorian, they will have also the chance to see the sixth film in the Skywalker saga, Return of the Jedi, on the big screen in late 2020 accompanied by a full symphony orchestra.

A new national tour begins at the Royal Albert Hall in London in October 2020, before continuing through November in Nottingham, Liverpool, Cardiff, Sheffield, Bath, Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow.

John Williams' iconic score will be brought to life by a live symphonic orchestra as audiences watch Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Princess Leia and co. battle against Darth Vader as he attempts to crush the Rebel Alliance, with the film projected on an ultra HD screen.

The confirmed tour dates are as follows:

8 November: Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
9 November: Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
10 November: Cardiff St David's Hall
25 November: Sheffield City Hall
26 November: Bath Forum
27 November: Manchester Bridgewater Hall
28 November: Birmingham Symphony Hall
29 November: Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

Ticket prices range between £35.50 to £70.50 and can be purchased here.

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker arrives in cinemas from December 19.

Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi (1983)
Dir: Richard Marquand | Cast: Billy Dee Williams, Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill | Writers: George Lucas (screenplay by), George Lucas (story by), Lawrence Kasdan (screenplay by)

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