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Back to the Future Live is coming to London's Royal Albert Hall.
The concert will celebrate thirty years since the release of the classic sci-fi film on Saturday, July 4, with a concert orchestra performing the film score in full.
Tickets are on sale now, priced from £28 - £68.80.
Lucy Noble, the Royal Albert Hall's director of events, said: "Like Marty McFly, we'll be going 30 years back in time this July, as Back to the Future makes its bow at the Royal Albert Hall.
"We can't wait to get our flux capacitors powered up for the show and, amazingly, Alan Silvestri has agreed to pen around 15 minutes' worth of new music especially for the show."
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