One lucky Beat reader will nab a double pass to see the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra perform the score of Toy Story live on Saturday April 30, accompanied by a screening of the 1995 animated Pixar classic.
Experience the Australian premiere of Toy Story in Concert, featuring a screening of the groundbreaking complete film with Oscar and Grammy-winning composer Randy Newman’s musical score performed live to the film, conducted by Guy Noble.
The Toy Story films are beloved worldwide for their compelling characters, extraordinary storytelling, stunning visuals and the music of Randy Newman. The composer and songwriter is behind signature songs including “You’ve Got a Friend in Me,” “Strange Things” and “I Will Go Sailing No More.”
What you need to know
- The Melbourne Symphony Orchestra are performing a live version of the Toy Story score, accompanied by a screening of the film
- Final release tickets have been released, some going for as little as $45
- There’s a show on Friday April 29 and two shows on Saturday April 30, the prize is for a double pass to the performance on April 30
This performance will run for 1.5 hours
Toy Story in Concert takes place at Hamer Hall. Shows are 7:30pm on Friday April 29, 1:00pm and 7:30pm on April 30. Tickets are selling fast to all shows, so grab them here.