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Noisy Kids: Heroes & Villains

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Sat 29 May 2021, from 12.30pm
Royal Festival Hall
Classical music
From £15 - £25. Under 16s 50% off. Boxes of 4 available for £80
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Noisy Kids: Heroes & Villains
Courtesy of RPO

Take part in an epic superhero battle against some dastardly villains in this heroic family concert with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

Valiant young audience members unite with our band of musical champions in a contest of good vs evil, led by the brave Tim Steiner.

There's something for everyone in this thrilling orchestral performance, packed full with tales of the great caped crusaders, engaging interactive activities and well-known music.

Featuring a host of popular classical pieces, such as Grieg's exhilarating In the Hall of the Mountain King, Wagner's triumphant Ride of the Valkyries and music from Prokofiev's powerful Romeo and Juliet, alongside epic film music favourites such as Jurassic Park and Star Wars.

Don't forget to join the musicians in donning your favourite costumes for the show – everyone's welcome, from superheroes and baddies to princesses and sports stars!

Performers
  • Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Valentina Peleggi conductor
  • Tim Steiner presenter
Repertoire
  • Prokofiev: Montagues and Capulets from Romeo and Juliet
  • Saint-Saëns: Danse macabre
  • Wagner: Ride of the Valkyries from Die Walküre arr. Hutschenruyter
  • John Williams: Main theme from Jurassic Park; Throne Room and Closing theme from Star Wars
  • Grieg: In the Hall of the Mountain King from Peer Gynt
  • Price: Presto (4th movement) from Symphony No.1 in E minor
  • Offenbach: Can-Can (Infernal Galop) from Orpheus in the Underworld

Need to know

Age recommendation

For ages 5 – 12 and their families

Please note, there is no interval in this performance.

Dates & times

Sat 29 May 2021, from 12.30pm
Approximate run time: 1 hour 15 mins.
Run times may vary by up to 20 minutes as they can be affected by last-minute programme changes, intervals and encores.

Price

£15 - £25* 

To maintain social distancing, seats are available in groups of one or two.

Boxes of 4 available for £80

Four people can be seated together in the boxes only, where one ticket admits four. Please ensure your party enter the venue at the same time. 

Concessions 25%  Under 16s 50% ** 

* Excludes £3.50 booking fee.

** Limited availability. Read about concessions. 

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Venue

Royal Festival Hall

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Parking

Blue Badge holders and those with access requirements can be dropped off on the Queen Elizabeth Hall Slip Road off Belvedere Road (the road between the Royal Festival Hall and the Hayward Gallery).

There are four Blue Badge parking spaces available for visitors located on the Queen Elizabeth Hall Slip Road. Spaces are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis, and are free to use. You must display your Blue Badge as you enter the site. Vehicles that do not display a Blue Badge are refused entry.

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