If you are a bit of a film buff, and you are often found mindlessly humming the Star Wars theme tune, or hearing the theme to The Omen turns your blood cold, you will be in for a treat this Saturday evening. On 2 July The Notting Hill Orchestra for Film Music is holding a Summer concert in the beautiful St. John’s Church, Lansdowne Crescent, and no surprises, it’s all about the movies. Set up in 2014 by sisters Rossi and Ivelina Dusheva, the Orchestra is focused on bringing classical music to all. Featuring legendary soundtracks including The Godfather by Nino Rota, Indiana Jones and Superman Returns by John Williams, Phantom of the Opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Chicago by John Kande, there will be something for every age. Sponsored by the Notting Hill branch of Chestertons, this Saturday’s performance looks to be a local event with a very global filmic theme.
Tickets available online for £12 (plus booking fee) and £15 on the door. 7.30pm, St.John’s Church, Lansdowne Crescent, London W11 2NN