A full orchestra rendition of the seasonal romcom soundtrack will be coming back to Glasgow this Christmas.

Since its release in 2003, Love Actually has become a revelation and synonymous for so many with the festive period. 

Fans of the blockbuster will once again be able to enjoy a full orchestra performing its soundtrack live to pictures after the pandemic hiatus, in what is becoming an annual highlight of the holiday calendar.

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The tour will begin at the Bath Forum on 2nd December, before calling at Poole, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Sheffield, York, Hull, London’s Eventim Apollo, Nottingham, Manchester, and Liverpool before finishing in Birmingham.

Love Actually In Concert has garnered sold out audiences in previous years, with the Shropshire Star describing it as ‘… a wonderfully-magical night that really got everyone into the Christmas spirit’.

Glasgow Times:

The Nottingham Post commented the performance was ‘Funny, heart-wrenching and downright cheeky, on occasion the musicians do not just provide the background noise but all have their moments to shine.’

Directed by Richard Curtis, Love Actually tells ten separate yet interweaving stories of love around Christmas time, featuring an all-star ensemble cast, including Hugh Grant, Liam Neeson, Colin Firth, Laura Linney, Bill Nighy, Martine McCutcheon, Alan Rickman, Emma Thompson, Keira Knightley Rowan Atkinson, Martin Freeman, and many more.

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In Glasgow, a full, live orchestra will perform Craig Armstrong’s evocative score at these shows, with the film being projected onto a huge screen at Glasgow Concert Hall on December 5. 

Glasgow Times:

Armstrong is one of the UK’s most recognised film composers, with his work being awarded a BAFTA for his Achievement in Film Music.

Ticket prices for Glasgow start at £29.50 and are now available to purchase from Ticketmaster.   

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Tour Dates:

Thursday 2nd December            Bath Forum

Friday 3rd December                 Poole Lighthouse

Sunday 5th December               Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

Monday 6th December               Edinburgh Usher Hall

Tuesday 7th December              Sheffield City Hall

Wednesday 8th December          York Barbican

Thursday 9th December             Hull Bonus Arena

Saturday 11th December           London Eventim Apollo

Sunday 12th December              Nottingham Royal Concert Hall

Monday 13th December             Manchester Bridgewater Hall

Tuesday 14th December             Liverpool Philharmonic Hall

Wednesday 15th December        Birmingham Symphony Hall