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Tickets

Tickets available from 3 November via Ticketek

Standard

$79-$149

Concession

$74-$144

Dates

Wednesday 08 December 2021

7:30pm at Sidney Myer Music Bowl

Concert rescheduled

Skyfall in Concert has been rescheduled to Wednesday 8 December 2021 at 7.30pm and will be moving to the Sidney Myer Music Bowl. Existing ticket holders will be refunded and will have the opportunity to purchase new tickets during a priority period beginning Thursday 21 October.

Tickets available to the public beginning 3 November via Ticketek.

Featuring

Nicholas Buc conductor

About this performance

The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra performs Skyfall in Concert at this special event!

Daniel Craig plays the legendary secret agent in the franchise’s most successful film to date, with the MSO performing Thomas Newman’s award-winning score live to picture.

The 2012 film, directed by Sam Mendes, pits 007 against one of his most formidable foes, the ruthless cyberterrorist and former MI6 agent Silva (Javier Bardem). Judi Dench returns once again as the steadfast M, and Skyfall re-introduces two familiar and beloved Bond characters: the ingenious quartermaster Q (Ben Whishaw), and the charming and resourceful Eve Moneypenny (Naomie Harris).

Film Rating
Rated M (Moderate violence)

Running time
2 hours and 20 minutes.

COVIDSafe information

The MSO and the venues in which we perform will operate under government health and safety guidelines in place at the time of the event. Information about protocols in place will be included in the pre-concert email sent to attendees a few days prior to the performance.

Orchestra safety on stage
The safety of our musicians, staff and audience remain the highest priority as we return to the post-COVID concert hall. In conjunction with the Department of Health and Human Services Victoria and Arts Centre Melbourne, the MSO has begun rapid-result, asymptomatic testing for all members of the Orchestra and on-stage production staff. As such, you may notice that our musicians are not wearing masks while performing, and that they may be spaced more closely together than previously.

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