‘Star Wars’ musical set to hit London

A new version of the film series is on its way

The ‘Star Wars’ films are set to be performed as a musical that will hit London next year.

‘Star Wars: A Musical Journey’ has been signed off by the films’ creator George Lucas, with the two-hour show set to be performed at the London O2 Arena on April 10, reports

The show will involve the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra playing music including the original ‘Star Wars’ score by John Williams in sync with film clips from the six ‘Star Wars’ films.


The show will tour Europe after hitting London. A ‘Star Wars’ exhibition featuring props and collectables will accompany the show.


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