Age Restriction: This film has a 15 certificate and under 15's will not be admitted - proof of age may be required
For one night only, fans of Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho will have the unmissable opportunity to see the iconic horror film on a big screen in the West End with the accompaniment of a live orchestra.
Hitchcock is regarded as one of the greatest filmmakers of all time, with Psycho regarded the best of the bunch. It has laid the foundations to numerous films that have followed in its wake and continues to scare audiences to this day, partly thanks to the classic score. So audiences should not miss this screening as Bernard Herrmann’s music is brought to life once again.
Marion Crane flees from Phoenix with $40,000 dollars stolen from her employer and eventually happens upon an establishment in which she can spend the night. This is the ominous Bates Motel, run by Norman Bates, and what should be a simple evening turns into something much more horrifying. It stars Janet Leigh as Marion Crane and Anthony Perkins as Norman Bates, the latter of whom reprised the role in numerous sequels.
The film made it to the screen in 1960 and was the latest in a long line of movies from the well known Hitchcock, whose previous credits had included other classics like North By Northwest, Vertigo, Rear Window, Rope, Rebecca and The 39 Steps, the latter of which is recreated on the stage of the Criterion Theatre in the West End.
The live orchestra accompanying the screening at the Dominion Theatre takes the form of the 40-piece Cinematic Sinfonia with Anthony Gabriele as its conductor.
In a year that also sees Sing-along Frozen screened at the venue, Pyscho With Live Orchestra can be seen at the Dominion Theatre on Wednesday 4th March 2015.
|Booking From:||Wednesday, 4th March 2015|
|Booking Until:||Wednesday, 4th March 2015|
|Age Restriction:||This film has a 15 certificate and under 15's will not be admitted - proof of age may be required|
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