Hocus Pocus in concert is coming to Glasgow- How to buy tickets

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Hocus Pocus in Concert. (Deacon Communications)
Hocus Pocus in Concert. (Deacon Communications)

Disney's iconic 'Hocus Pocus' is coming to life, with a special 'in concert' tour for the loved movie, and it's coming to Glasgow.

The film is coming to Glasgow's Royal Concert Hall on Sunday, October 23,with tickets going live today.

'Hocus Pocus' in Concert will feature a screening of the complete film with Emmy®-winning composer John Debney’s musical score performed live to the spooky classic film.

The tour starts at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall on Sunday, October 23, before hitting Manchester, Birmingham, and London, and finishing up at Nottingham Royal Concert Hall on Friday, October 28.

Glasgow Times: Hocus Pocus in Concert. (Deacon Communications)
Glasgow Times: Hocus Pocus in Concert. (Deacon Communications)

Hocus Pocus in Concert. (Deacon Communications)

The iconic film tells the story of the Sanderson sister, three witches who are accidentally brought back to life in Salem on Halloween night.

In hopes of eternal life, the sisters steal the life essence from the town’s children forcing Max Dennison, Dani, Allison, and aided by a boy, Thackery Binx to try and stop the witches.

The film was released back in 1993 and stars Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kathy Najimy, and more iconic actors.

How to get  tickets to Hocus Pocus In Concert in Glasgow:

If you fancy watching the film aided by a live orchestra, then you're in luck as you can get tickets. 

Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday 20th May via Ticketmaster.

Get tickets now. 

Hocus Pocus In Concert Tour Dates:

  • Sun 23 October 2022: Glasgow Royal Concert Hall

  • Mon 24 October 2022: Manchester Bridgewater Hall

  • Tue 25 October 2022: Birmingham Symphony Hall

  • Wed 26 October 2022: London Eventim Apollo

  • Fri 28 October 2022: Nottingham Royal Concert Hall

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