Tomb Raider - Live In Concert
Tomb Raider - Live in Concert is a 70-minute orchestral live concert of the music crated by Nathan McCree. It was first performed by the Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, conducted by Robert Ziegler, on Sunday, 18th December 2016 at the Eventim Apollo in Hammersmith, London.
Tomb Raider - Live In Concert promises to be the games music event of the year, a unique musical and visual experience celebrating one of the greatest and most popular games ever created.
As a special guest Shelley Blond, the original voice of Lara Croft from the first Tomb Raider game, appeared on stage to introduce the three parts of the concert which was announced on the Eventim page shortly before the event.
For those who had pre-ordered physical tickets, these were dispatched around the third week of November 2016.
- 5.45 pm Doors
- 6.00 pm admission for pre-concert Q&A
- 6.30 pm general admission
- 7.30 pm First half
- 8.30 pm Interval
- 9.00 pm Second half
Tickets and Pricing
- VIP Package: £ 95.00
- Tomb Raider VIP Package includes:
- Stalls Seated: £ 63.00
- Stalls Seated: £ 46.00
- Circle Seated: £ 63.00
- Circle Seated: £ 46.00
- Circle Seated: £ 33.50
The musical material is announced to become available as the Tomb Raider Suite, a CD release of the re-mastering of the original Tomb Raider Soundtracks. As such it will features the classic tunes, but also newly created material.
- Vertigo (3:37)
- A Friend Since Gone (2:51)
- The T-Rex (3:07)
On 30 November 2016 Nathan McCree announced on social media that he was in talks to bring the show on a world tour but needed the continued support of the Tomb Raider community to convince his investors.
- Articles:2016/11/30/Tomb Raider Concert Debut News article with pictures taken at the event
- tombraidergirl and Wile E. Coyote received theirs on 14 November 2016
- https://youtu.be/kCzLCLltSWk?t=4m51s NYCC Panel
- https://soundcloud.com/nathan-mccree Nathan McCree on SoundCloud
- https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=1716072655376713 World Tour Appeal Video by Nathan McCree on Facebook