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Royal Northern Sinfonia rolls out the red carpet for Oscar-worthy night out

Posted on 24 February 2017

Tickets are selling fast for the latest event in Royal Northern Sinfonia’s Nights Out series as North East film fans prepare to join the crowds on the red carpet at a concert hall not so far away.

Taking place on Friday 10 March at 8pm in Sage One, RNS At The Oscars gives audiences a chance to experience cinematic music like never before, with Royal Northern Sinfonia presenting an evening of iconic Oscar-winning film scores from the likes of Harry Potter, Titanic, Star Wars and Lord of the Rings.

Conducting the concert is Stephen Bell, who has been described by International Record Review as “one of the most gifted younger British conductors”. Stephen’s diverse repertoire and versatility has led to exciting projects with a wide range of artists including Julian Lloyd Webber, Peter Donohoe, Katie Melua, Katherine Jenkins and Alfie Boe, as well as conducting Royal Northern Sinfonia’s The Music of John Williams and Most Wanted concerts in 2016.

Don your most glamorous outfits and get ready to pose for a photo on Sage Gateshead’s very own red carpet. Don’t forget to share your pictures on Facebook and Twitter with the hashtag #RNSOscars, too – we’ll be giving away two tickets to The Music of Queen for the best photograph, so get snapping!

For those planning on arriving early, Sage Gateshead’s fantastic in-house Brasserie is already taking bookings for pre-show dinners, with some delicious options on offer. Food, fizz and fine music – what could be better!

Next up in RNS’ popular Nights Out series is The Music of Queen on Saturday 29 April, where RNS will be joined on stage by stars past and present from West End musical We Will Rock You for a performance of classic hits, including Bohemian Rhapsody, Don’t Stop Me Now and We are the Champions!

Tickets for RNS At The Oscars range from £16.13 to £39.78.

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