While the new Star Wars films were fun and we all enjoyed (most of) them over the past few years, you still cannot go past the OG trilogy, some of the most popular sci-fi/fantasy movies of all time.
And this coming October you’ll have the opportunity to experience that trilogy’s epic conclusion, Return Of The Jedi, live in concert with John Williams’ iconic score recreated live with the film playing on the big screen courtesy of the West Australian Symphony Orchestra.
If you’ve ever had the fortune of watching classic films with WASO performing the soundtrack live, you’ll know it’s an exhilarating experience unlike any other, and this essential film + soundtrack combination will be hard to top!
In case you need a primer, Return Of The Jedi finds Sith Lord Darth Vader readying Death Star #2 to destroy the Rebel Alliance once and for all, while Luke Skywalker, R2-D2, C-3P0, Han Solo, Chewy and finally some ewoks do everything in their power to stop him.
There’ll be three screenings happening on Friday 8 October (7.30pm) and Saturday 9 October (1pm and 7.30pm), and the film will be playing with subtitles.
That 1pm session also works perfectly if you want to take the kids along, with dress-ups strongly encouraged.
Tickets are on sale now, head to the WASO WEBSITE and show your support for the Rebel Alliance today!