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News: NCH Presents Screenings of Family Favourites Room on the Broom and Zog with Live Accompaniment by the National Symphony Orchestra this June
NCH Presents Screenings of Family Favourites Room on the Broom and Zog with Live Accompaniment by the National Symphony Orchestra this June
NCH Presents Screenings of Family Favourites Room on the Broom and Zog with Live Accompaniment by the National Symphony Orchestra this June. Screenings of Room on the Broom and Zog accompanied by the National Symphony Orchestra National Concert Hall - Main Stage Sunday 4 June 2023 12.30pm and 3pm Tickets Adult €25 / Child €19 Family Tickets €82 (4 tickets, maximum 2 adults) 10% Discount for Friends of NCH On Sale Monday 24 April NCH Box Office 01 4170000 / www.nch.ie
The National Concert Hall is delighted to present screenings of the much-loved children’s films Room on the Broom and Zog, with René Aubry’s inspired score performed live by the National Symphony Orchestra and conductor Terry Davies on Sunday June 4.
These magical films based on the books by author Julia Donaldson and illustrator Axel Scheffler have captured the hearts of children around the world. Room on the Broom tells the story of a kind witch who invites animals to join her on her broom, and boasts voiceovers by Gillian Anderson, Rob Brydon, Simon Pegg and more. Zog, the story of a keen young dragon, features the vocal talents of such luminaries as Lenny Henry and Tracey Ullman.
These special screenings are a must-attend event for families, bringing to life some of the best-loved children’s characters of recent years whilst also providing the ideal opportunity to introduce youngsters to magic of live orchestral music.
Relive the magic of live music at the National Concert Hall this June.
Magic Light Pictures presents Room on the Broom and Zog © Orange Eyes Limited
Presented by NCH
Tickets On Sale Monday 24 April from www.nch.ie
Adult €25 / Child €19 [Family Tickets €82 (4 tickets, maximum 2 adults)
10% Discount for Friends of NCH
Media Queries: Sinead Doyle, Marketing & PR Manager or Roisin Dwyer, PR & Publications Executive, National Concert Hall, Earlsfort Terrace, Dublin 2. (S. Doyle Tel: 087 1775334 / R. Dwyer 085 7129628)
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The National Concert Hall (NCH) has an ambition to be one of the world’s great centres for music, a centre which will be a symbol of national pride for Irish people everywhere. But above all, a centre for music which will enable the NCH to best deliver on its statutory remit for music, the arts, for culture and for our nation.
Based in the heart of Dublin City Centre, the NCH is Ireland’s National Cultural Institution for music hosting in excess of 1,000 events each year pre-pandemic. World-class music and entertainment for all ages is at the heart of its offering, enriching people’s lives through music and the magic of live performance. It is the proud home to the National Symphony Orchestra, who perform their annual season of symphonic and classical music alongside more popular and lunchtime concerts throughout the year. The NCH is also host to a number of Ireland’s music development bodies including: Music Network, Music Generation and NCH associate ensembles, Chamber Choir Ireland, Irish Baroque Orchestra and Crash Ensemble, who together with the National Symphony Orchestra secures the National Concert Hall’s position as a national centre for the performance, appreciation and enjoyment of music in Ireland.