Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra “Summon the Superheroes”

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic OrchestraCalling all Supermen and Superwomen! Put on your superhero suits, capes and masks and fly on down to Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on Sunday 13th October, for a fantastically super-powerful afternoon of sensational sounds for caped crusaders, masked men and wonder women.

The Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra will be using their super-ability to play incredible music from Batman, Spider-Man, The Incredibles, Moana …and many more.

There will also be some superheroes in the foyer before the concert, so you might just get a picture with your favourite; and children are invited to have a go on a variety of instruments at our Instrument Petting Zoo in the Grand Foyer – available half an hour before the start of the concert.

Tickets for children under 18 months are free and the venue recommend the family concerts are most suitable for children aged 4-10 years.

Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra: Summon the Superheroes 2.30pm Sunday 13th October, Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Hope Street, Liverpool L1 9BP | Box Office: 0151 709 3789 | Information Page | Booking Page | Tickets £22, £15, £12 (adult)/  £13, £10, £8 (child)

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