Sir Michael Caine to be focus of special night at Royal Albert Hall
Story by Jack Foley
FOR one night only, legendary actor Sir Michael Caine will be on stage in conversation with Jonathan Ross, discussing his 50 years in film.
The evening in question takes place at London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall on Wednesday, October 1, 2014, with all profits going towards the NSPCC’s vital work protecting children from abuse.
Sir Michael will also be joined by the London Symphony Orchestra who will play a selection of music from his most iconic films. There will also be performances from singers Joss Stone and Lance Ellington performing songs from Alfie, The Italian Job and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, as well as very special guests from across the film and music worlds to be announced.
Tickets are priced between £30 and £80, with limited numbers available for this sought after event.
As stated, all profits from the concert will go directly to the NSPCC, a charity very close to the actor’s heart.
Sir Michael explains: “When I was a little boy I was evacuated for a couple of weeks and I was very ill-treated, so I’ve always wanted to help children and I’m happy to support the NSPCC. And I am thrilled to be appearing at the iconic Royal Albert Hall to hear music from some of my films, including scores by my friends Hans Zimmer and John Barry.”
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