This is for Oct 7th -
£12.40 instead of £31 for a ticket to see the world famous Royal Philharmonic Orchestra performing legendary rock anthems at the landmark Bridgewater Hall - Save 60%
Since its formation in 1946, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra has been led by some of the finest and most famous composers and has played a repertoire of such magnitude as to incorporate evenings of large-scale choral and orchestral work to performances of vibrant contemporary pieces. However, today's Groupon will allow you to see this institution in a whole new light, as they bring their Symphonic Rock performance, following sell-out shows at The Royal Albert Hall, to the state-of-the-art Bridgewater concert hall all for the bargain price of just £12.40.
"Symphonic Rock" will see this highly skilled, world class orchestra perform a series of classic rock and pop songs including Coldplay, Bon Jovi, Eric Clapton, Elbow, Queen, Led Zeppelin, Tina Turner and The Beatles so you can hear these quintessential tracks in a whole new light and as never before. Located in the centre of Manchester, The Bridgewater Hall is the ideal setting for this aural treat, having already become a Manchester landmark and with the whole structure of the building having been designed to provide the best possible acoustics.
All in all, this promises to be a night to remember for a price only Grouponauts in the know can get.
What people are saying...
"The Hall itself is an architecturally stunning addition to the Manchester skyline. Inside, The Bridgewater Hall`s magnificent Marcussen pipe organ dominates the surprisingly intimate 2340-seat auditorium, whilst outside, the spectacular glass prow overlooks a newly-created canal basin...My last visit there was to hear a compilation of famous classical pieces played by the BBC Philarmonic Orchestra these included Barbers Adagio for Strings and was represented immaculately. My stay there was very comfortable and the service is fantastic. I would have to emphasise how good the accoustics were on the basis of the physical shape of the hall. Absolutely fantastic!"