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Psycho to be screened with live orchestra

Alfred Hitchcock’s masterpiece, Psycho, will be screened in high-definition on 4th March at 7.30 pm at the Dominion Theatre in London. The screening will be accompanied on stage by a live 40-piece Orchestra. The event promises to be an incredible live experience not to be missed.

Celebrated as one of Hitchcock’s finest cinematic works, Psycho is consistently hailed as a groundbreaking film, and set the template for a whole new genre of hugely successful psychological thrillers.

Bernard Herrmann’s evocative score has become infamous in it’s own right, and Hitchcock himself remarked that “33% of the effect of Psycho was due to the music”. The soundtrack will be per-formed live by the Cinematic Sinfonia and conducted by Anthony Ga-briele.

The film stars Janet Leigh as Marion Crane and Anthony Perkins as Norman Bates, and led to The Bates Motel and “the shower scene” entering the common lexicon.

For tickets, call 0845 200 7982 or book online at www.dominiontheatre.com.


Greg Jameson
Greg Jameson
Book editor, with an interest in cult TV.

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