Psycho Live

Chris Horkan

Psycho Live at Albert Hall, City Centre 30 October 2016 Tickets from £30.00 — Book now

The Albert Hall proudly presents the live cinema screening of Alfred Hitchcock’s cinematic masterpiece, Psycho, with the live soundtrack provided by Manchester Camerata.

After selling out performances in London’s Roundhouse, Liverpool’s Philharmonic Hall and Bristol’s Colston Hall; The Albert Hall is ecstatic to bring this live cinema event to Manchester for the very first time on Halloween Weekend!

Be sure to join in celebrating this classic cinema masterpiece with Britain’s most adventurous Orchestra this Halloween, and stay tuned for more ‘spooktacular’ news on Albert’s Schloss food and drink Psycho specials, as well as themed Psycho happenings all over the Albert Hall.

A matinee screeening also takes place from 4pm on 30 October.

Psycho Live at Albert Hall, City Centre 30 October 2016 Tickets from £30.00 Book now

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