Jeff Wayne's The War of the Worlds
One of the most ground-breaking arena tours of all time, Jeff Wayne’s Musical Version of ‘The War of the Worlds’ - Alive on Stage is to make its return to the UK next year, stopping at The O2 on Saturday 15 December 2018.
Nearly 40 years on, based on HG Wells’ dark Victorian tale, Jeff Wayne's Musical Version of The War of The Worlds remains a firm favourite to millions around the world. Commanding the stage, Jeff Wayne returns to the podium to conduct the 9-piece Black Smoke Band and 36-piece ULLAdubULLA strings, while Liam Neeson retains his role in 3D holography as The Journalist, with an exciting full cast to be announced soon.
In 2018 TWOTW will break through the fourth wall. Built around a huge arched bridge running through the centre of the arena brings the action closer to the audience for a most captivating and immersive experience.
Jeff Wayne said: "In June 1978 my original double album was released. I had no idea if it would vanish as quickly as one can say… "ULLAdubULLA!" But here I am today, soon to be celebrating its 40th Anniversary throughout 2018, culminating in what I believe will be the most exciting arena tour we’ve ever performed. No one would have believed…"
Tickets go on sale at 9am on Friday 24 November.
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