The cult movie favorite Love Actually is getting an incredible movie + concert combo experience in DTLA’s Microsoft Theater.
Can it be the holidays yet?! The event will feature a screening of the Richard Curtis, directed film with a score performed live by the Billy Mack Orchestra. The event will also host a Christmas light spectacle. Mark your calendar’s LA, the beloved holiday romantic comedy Love Actually is hitting the stage on December 17. Black Ink Presents, the L.A.-based creative and production firm behind “live-to-picture” film and concert experiences, is offering up a one-night-only performance of Love Actually in Concert at Downtown L.A.’s Microsoft Theater. It will feature a screening of the Richard Curtis-directed film from Universal Pictures and Working Title with a score performed live by the Billy Mack Orchestra, based on composer Craig Armstrong’s work on the film. Under the direction of award-winning conductor Thiago Tiberio, the Billy Mack Orchestra will also perform orchestral arrangements of the movie’s pop songs. The company has also promised: a Christmas light spectacle to ring in the holiday season, and festive feel of the event.
Considered a staple of the holiday season, 2003’s Love Actually tells the intertwined love stories of a group of Londoners in the weeks leading up to the Christmas holiday.
Tickets for Love Actually in Concert go on sale October 1 with prices ranging from $50-$130 with VIP packages available at $230, including a private reception, VIP seating and an exclusive gift bag. More information about the show can be found here.