Showcasing a uniquely familiar soundtrack that will forever be a part of cinematic history, Titanic Live sees James Horner’s epic score take centre stage with a symphony orchestra, choir and Celtic musicians, while the film is projected on a huge 30-metre HD screen.
The 1997 blockbuster Titanic, written and directed by James Cameron, became one of the highest-grossing movies of all time, while winning 11 Academy Awards including Best Picture, Best Director and, more importantly, Best Original Song and Dramatic Score.
More than a century since its ill-fated voyage, the fascination with the Titanic hasn’t faded. In fact, it's become even stronger as a cautionary legend that speaks to our times of great technological advances and even greater perils, as well as fearless love and devotion.
Jack’s effervescent, charismatic persona is counterbalanced by Rose’s reserved yet confident demeanor to create a relatable and charming chemistry – a romance that seemed perfect, against the odds.
“This experience is beyond anything I’ve seen in the theatre. When hearing the music out front and dominating, you really realise how the music drives the emotion of the movie. I felt these big surges of powerful emotion whether it was the elation of the love story or the dread, the fear. A beautiful experience,” said Cameron at Titanic Live's premiere in April 2015.
Last updated: February, 2019