Watch ‘The Holiday’ with a live orchestra in Glasgow this Christmas - how to get tickets

Watch more of our videos on Shots! 
and live on Freeview channel 276
Visit Shots! now

This article contains affiliate links. We may earn a small commission on items purchased through this article, but that does not affect our editorial judgement.

Find out how to get tickets for The Holiday Live in Concert just in time for Christmas.

A screening of The Holiday, accompanied by a live orchestra, is coming to Glasgow this Christmas.

A full orchestra will perform Hans Zimmer’s score while you watch Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet discover unexpected love in this christmas classic.

Hide Ad
Hide Ad

As it stands, there is just one date for the Glasgow concert, and the only other showing in the UK is in London.

The show is set to take place on December 8 in Glasgow’s Royal Concert Hall.

Here’s everything you need to know about the show and how to get tickets.

What’s The Holiday about and who’s in it?

Starring Cameron Diaz, Kate Winslet, Jude Law and Jack Black, The Holiday tells the story of two women, who have recently gone through a breakup, and need a change of scenery.

Hide Ad
Hide Ad

The unlucky in love women decide to swap houses for the Christmas holidays and have to adjust to the other person’s very different lifestyles.

Amanda, played by Cameron Diaz, lives in a luxurious mansion in California and Iris, played by Kate Winslet, inhabits a small charming cottage in an English village.

The two singletons find love where they least expect it, but are unsure how they are going to make things work.

How to get tickets

Tickets went on  Ticketmaster presale from Wednesday 21 September at 10am until Thursday September 22 at 9am.

Hide Ad
Hide Ad

General tickets for the concert go on sale Thursday 22 September at 10am and are available via Ticketmaster.

Ticketmaster have not stated how much the tickets are going to cost, but tickets remaining for the London show are £64.20 or £86.20 depending on the seats.

Comment Guidelines

National World encourages reader discussion on our stories. User feedback, insights and back-and-forth exchanges add a rich layer of context to reporting. Please review our Community Guidelines before commenting.