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Settling the Score: David Arnold and Michael Giacchino are heading to the Royal Albert Hall this October – Book Now!

Eighteen classic scores. Two sensational screen composers. One incredible night.

You should know by now that here at Critical Popcorn, we absolutely love a big Orchestral film event and when you add in the fact that it’s another huge evening at the Royal Albert Hall with two composition superstars, in the shape of Michael Giacchino and David Arnold, well, we had to share the details and booking news!

On 18th October, join us at the RAH for a night of award-winning film and TV music as David Arnold and Michael Giacchino will strike up the orchestra and go into symphonic battle, comparing and colliding on their hugely impressive back catalogue of music to Settle the Score.

Giacchino is one of the biggest names in the world right now and will put forward his case for a victory with award-winning scores for Star TrekRatatouilleLost and Rogue One: A Star Wars Story. Rising to the challenge, Arnold, best known for his epic James Bond soundtracks as well as Independence DayGodzillaStargate and the acclaimed TV series Good Omens, proves himself a worthy rival and equal to the very best composers.

While there won’t be the usual big screen, this event is all about symphonic battle and the music, it’s also set to include the European live premiere of the Spider-Man: Far From Home soundtrack and the World live premiere of the Good Omens theme as well as storytelling, challenges of wit and friendly competition with the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra and conductor Gavin Greenaway.

Book your tickets, for what’s set to be one hell of a memorable evening, right here: royalalberthall.com/settling-the-score

Already excited? The Royal Albert Hall have even made a playlist to get a taste of the show…

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