Following the huge success of The Empire Strikes Back tour throughout the UK earlier this year, the iconic climactic sixth episode of the Star Wars saga, Return Of The Jedi, will be presented live in concert across the UK for the first time with a live symphony orchestra performing the iconic score of Oscar winner, John Williams along with the film shown in HD on a huge screen.
Return of the Jedi (1983) sees Luke Skywalker, Han Solo, Princess Leia and co. joined by Yoda and the Ewoks in an adventure across the galaxy as Darth Vader prepares to unleash the final blow to the Rebel Alliance.
Since the release of the first movie nearly 40 years ago, the Star Wars saga has had a seismic impact on both cinema and culture, inspiring audiences around the world with its mythic storytelling, captivating characters, ground-breaking special effects and iconic music scores.
Due to the ongoing impact of Covid-19, it is with great disappointment that the producers of Star Wars in Concert: Return of the Jedi have made the decision to postpone the events due for 2020. However we are pleased to confirm that new dates have been secured for these concerts and they will now take place in 2021, and the rescheduled dates are below. All tickets will remain valid and bookings have been automatically transferred to the new dates.
The rescheduled performance date for Royal Albert Hall are 23rd-25th September 2022
Once you've purchased your tickets online or via Guest Services, you'll receive a confirmation email. Tickets will be dispatched closer to the performance time and can arrive up to 48 hours prior to the performance date. If you have not received your tickets 48 hours prior to the performance please call our Guest Services team on 0800 640 8101.
If you are collecting your tickets from the Venue Box Office, the cardholder must be present with valid identification.
Please note that tickets for Nottingham which e-tickets only, and they’ll be sent 1 month before the show.
Performances start at 7:30pm (with an additional 3:00pm matinee in Birmingham, and a 6:30pm Sunday performance in London), and the show will last 2 hours and 35 minutes (including one interval).