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Hocus Pocus in concert arrives in London- How to buy tickets in advance

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This Is Local London: Focus Pocus in Concert.  (Deacon of Communication)

Disney the cult “Hocus Pocus” comes to life with a special “concert” tour for a favorite movie, and it comes to London.

The film comes out at London’s Eventim Apollo on Wednesday, October 26 with Fr. pre-sale starting today.

“Focus-attempt” in Concert there will be a screening of the full film with the musical score of composer John Debney, Emmy Award winner, live performance to the horrific classic film.

The tour begins at Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall on Sunday 23 October before heading to Manchester, Birmingham and London, and ends at Nottingham’s Royal Concert Hall on Friday 28th.

Focus-pocus at the concert. (Deacon of Communication)

The iconic film tells the story of Sister Sanderson, three witches who are accidentally brought back to life in Salem on Halloween night.

In hopes of eternal life the sisters steal the essence of life from the children of the city, forcing Max Denison, Danny, Alison and the boy Thackeray Binks to try to stop the witches.

The film was released in 1993, starring Beth Middler, Sarah Jessica Parker, Katie Najimi and other iconic actors.

How to get pre-sale tickets for the Hocus Pocus In Concert in London:

If you want to watch a movie with a live orchestra, then you are in luck pre-sale tickets.

Advance ticket sales to continue sales at 10 a.m. Wednesday, May 18 through Ticketmaster.

Get tickets now.

Hocus Pocus In concert tour dates:

  • Sun, October 23, 2022: Royal Glasgow Concert Hall
  • Mon, Oct 24, 2022: Manchester Bridgewater Hall
  • Tue, October 25, 2022: Birmingham Symphony Hall
  • Wednesday, October 26, 2022: London Eventim Apollo
  • Fri, October 28, 2022: Nottingham Royal Concert Hall

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