Home Alone in Concert
Nostalgic. Mischievous. It’ll warm your heart.
Who’s on stage
Our orchestra Royal Northern Sinfonia, playing the music whilst the movie is on the big screen. For those extra special moments, our Voices of Rivers Edge choir will be providing the singing.
What they’re playing
John Williams’ beautiful score – he also wrote the music to E.T and loads of other family favourites. Expect lots of sleigh bells, sparkly twinkly tunes, some festive pop hits like Jingle Bell Rock and of course, this film’s very own theme Somewhere in My Memory.
Need to know
Price: £19 – £46
Running Time: 2 hours 10 minutes, including a 20 minute interval.
Discounts: Save if you’re under 17, local, unemployed, a first timer (limited number, subject to availability).
Age: Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.
What you'll hear
© 1990 Twentieth Century Fox
Anthony Gabriele conductor
Royal Northern Sinfonia
Voices of the River’s Edge
What's happening on screen?
This movie is definitely an old favourite for lots of people – and quickly becomes a new favourite if you’re seeing it for the first time. It’s a heartwarming and hilarious Christmas classic. When 8-year-old Kevin McCallister (Macaulay Culkin) is accidentally left behind when his family goes on holiday for Christmas, he revels in his newfound freedom. However, his joy is short-lived when he discovers that two bumbling burglars, Harry and Marv (Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern), plan to rob his home. Kevin devises a series of ingenious traps to defend his house, turning it into a booby-trapped fortress. The film is a delightful blend of slapstick humor and heartwarming moments as Kevin learns the importance of family and the true meaning of Christmas.
Haven’t I seen that cast before?
Macaulay Culkin was one of those child actors from the 90’s that appeared in loads of hits. Remember Ritchie Rich?! The fun and bubbly John Candy appears in this one too. Macaulay Culkin’s brother – Kieran – plays one of the kids in this… you might recognise him now as Roman in Succession. And who could forget Catherine O’Hara, playing Kevin’s mother, who lots of us remember from films like Beetlejuice and is now being iconic all over again in Schitt’s Creek.