A HUGE nationwide tour of Home Alone in Concert is arriving down the road from Warrington in time for Christmas 2023.

A true festive favourite, Home Alone is a beloved comedy classic and features the remarkable Grammy and Oscar-nominated score by renowned composer John Williams.

This winter, audiences will have the chance to experience the Christmas classic like never before, with the film being shown in HD on big screens around the UK – including Liverpool.

And to make the experience even more special, the film will be accompanied by The Heritage Orchestra who will perform the picture’s iconic score live on stage.

Founded nearly 20 years ago, The Heritage Orchestra is renowned for its ‘game-changing productions’ and has worked with some of the world’s biggest including Becky Hill.

In addition, a live choir will accompany the orchestra throughout the film.

Tickets for the Liverpool show on December 15 go on general sale this Friday via mandsbankarena.com

Lucy Noble, artistic director at AEG Artistic Presents, said: “Families up and down the country sit down to watch Home Alone together every Christmas, so it’s wonderful to be able to bring such a huge part of the festive season to life with Home Alone In Concert.

"Even if you’ve seen the film plenty of times over the past 30 years, nothing compares to hearing that iconic score performed in full by the sensational Heritage Orchestra.

"It’s a great opportunity to bring the kids to see such a renowned Christmas film, while experiencing the magnificence of a full live orchestra.

"With holiday fun for the entire family, the concert really will bring that extra bit of Christmas magic this year”

Chris Wheeler, CEO & artistic director of The Heritage Orchestra, said: “We’re thrilled to be a part of this tour with AEG Artistic Presents.

"Home Alone is such an iconic film with a truly tremendous score, so to be bringing the music of one of the greatest composers ever to such huge venues is an honour.

"This is our very first film in concert tour, and we’re excited to add the genre of film music as a string to our multi-faceted bow.”