You’ve heard the rumours, here’s a first look at the poster. (Click it for a better look.)
Whatever you have scheduled in your diary for Wednesday 13th September, prepare to scribble it out because Live at Pompeii is being screened at cinemas around the world on that date and, if you can make it to one of them, I’m sure you won’t want to miss this special one-night-only occasion.
As everyone surely knows by now, David returned to Pompeii to perform two concerts at the foot of Mount Vesuvius last summer.
The film is directed by Gavin Elder, who recorded the shows in 4K and, we can all agree, did such a fine job of documenting David’s concerts from London’s Royal Albert Hall and Gdańsk Shipyard. Presented in Dolby Atmos, it promises to be a real feast for the senses.
More details will follow soon, fear not.
Oh, and please ignore the link on the poster.
Tickets are absolutely not on sale yet, don’t panic. We’ll let you know when they’ll be available next week.
That said, there is a slight possibility that some people could discover by chance that they are able to purchase tickets for some cinemas early. This is out of our hands, regrettably. Not that I’d suggest you keep trying that link, just in case, or anything like that…
(OK, ignore it for a few days, then try it. How’s that sound?)
A full – and very long – list of participating cinemas will follow next week. In the meantime, if you think you suspect a cinema that is likely to be screening it, you could always visit their website and find, as others have, that they will sell you tickets ahead of schedule…