CLOSED: Tickets To See Messiah In A Cinema Of Your Choosing

Posted on Mar 9 2018 - 5:45pm by Samantha Clark

Messiah

You may be familiar with the CinemaLive concept, it’s where a live production is filmed but also released in cinemas, giving you the opportunity to catch once in a lifetime performances. We’re thrilled to be able to give away 2 pairs of tickets to see the highly acclaimed Handel’s Messiah, filmed at the Bristol Old Vic, in your choice of cinema (you’ll have your choice of over 300 cinemas to choose from around the country). Most performances are taking place on Wednesday 28th of March ONLY.

If you’re wondering what to expect, just check out the trailer below, we’re sure it’ll send tingles down your spine.

For your chance to see this incredible production, simply complete the form below. The winner will be announced on Friday 23rd of March. 

Directed by Bristol Old Vic’s Tony Award-winning Artistic Director Tom Morris (War Horse), Messiah from Bristol Old Vic explores the drama and struggle of faith, showing a bereaved community whose grief at the loss of their leader is transformed into hope through a narrative of resurrection. Recorded in the theatre in 2017, it features internationally-renowned soloists Catherine Wyn Rogers and Julia Doyle, The Erebus Ensemble (Songs of Hope) and Europe’s most celebrated Baroque orchestra The English Concert.

★★★★★ “Immersive and soaring” – The Reviews Hub

★★★★ “Refreshingly direct and impactful” – The Times

★★★★ “Astonishingly beautiful” – The Stage

“The tingling sound of the Hallelujah Chorus…filling this glorious playhouse with aching grandeur” – What’s On Stage

Please note, by completing the below form you agree to the sites terms and conditions and privacy policy. The winner will be selected on Friday 23rd March.

Note: our redirect is a little rubbish so we’ll send you a confirmation of your entry by email, which may go into your junk folder.

Please pick the cinema where you’d like to see this performance, you can find the full list of participating cinemas, here: http://cinemalive.com/index.php?p=view&id=241 

Leave A Response