E.T. the extraterrestrial

Enjoy the soundtrack of E.T. at the Auditorium

The OBCinema cycle is back for another season and the first concert and film screening features Steven Spielberg’s 1982 classic.

Steven Spielberg’s E.T. was a classic of the 1980s and a favourite among families and young people, combining elements of science fiction, adventure movies and offering a great opportunity to have a good cry. None of its magic has been lost since then and with those 80s kids now becoming middle-aged it’s an object for nostalgia. All of the magic is coming back on the weekend of 10 and 12 November at Barcelona’s l’Auditori concert hall thanks to the OBCinema cycle.

The experience offered includes the screening of the full movie while the soundtrack is played by the OBC. The original score for 'E.T.' was made by John Williams, and is without doubt, one of the most memorable scores in cinema. Now we can enjoy it along with all of the film’s iconic images, including the flying bike and E.T.’s illuminated finger.

You’ll find more information on the Auditori website, where you can also book your tickets.

Publication date: Thursday, 02 November 2017
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