The Cinematic Orchestra LONDON - Tickets

The Cinematic Orchestra LONDON - Tickets
Sat, 28/11/15, 19:30 Eventim Apollo
45 Queen Caroline Street, W6 9QH LONDON

The mighty Cinematic Orchestra will play Eventim Apollo on Saturday 28th November.

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Doors 7pm
U15s with an adult
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The Cinematic Orchestra, Eventim Apollo, 28/11/15
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CategoryDescriptionPrice*Quantity 
1 Stalls StandingFull Price Ticket
£38.25
2 Circle SeatedFull Price Ticket
£38.25
3 Rear Circle StandingFull Price Ticket
 
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5 Early Bird Stalls StandingEarly Bird Ticket
 
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After selling out their Spring show at London's Roundhouse in just 6 hours earlier this year, it is with great excitement that Soundcrash can announce a second London show in 2015 for one of the greatest acts of a generation, The Cinematic Orchestra.

About this Artist

Artist Biography

Jason Swinscoe of The Cinematic Orchestra has long been intrigued by the link between vision and sound. From TCO’s re-soundtracking of Man With A Movie Camera, through his “soundtrack to an imaginary film,” Ma Fleur, to his band’s name itself, Swinscoe has continued to pick away at the issues and emotions found at this intersection. With In Motion ...
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