Who needs the Force when you have the power of live music from notorious plus special guests!
3.30pm and 6.30pm Saturday March 24th
Blast off with Notorious and special guests on an exhilarating Sci Fi adventure at The Electric cinema where no audience has gone before.
From Bach to Bjork and Carpenters to Chopin the audience will be transported on a spectacular musical journey as the choir sing tunes from films and TV, inspired by space and the future. Join in with David Bowie’s Starman and play ‘Guess the famous theremin tune‘ played live by our guest performer Susi O’Neill.
Hold on tight as we travel to the edge of reality to uncover the greatest pieces of piano music, performed by special guest Stephen Webster.
Arm yourself with your light sabre or sonic screwdriver and prepare for thrills of cosmic proportions delivered by beatboxer Pye, live on stage with the choir.
The Electric Cinema is located in the Southside district of Birmingham, and is the UK’s oldest working cinema. It is also home to comfortable seats and sofas, and a bar for notorious audience members to enjoy! Children aged 3 and over are welcome, but will need their own seat.
Tickets are very limited, so we are putting on two performances on Saturday 24th March:
3.30pm (doors 3pm)
6.30pm (doors 6pm)
Order yours now via the Electric Cinema website.