If you’re a fan of ’80s movies, chances are you’ve probably watched and loved The Princess Bride. It’s no secret that the movie wasn’t a huge hit when it first released but it’s since reached cult classic status among film lovers. Now the charming and funny movie. Now the charming and funny movie is making its way to Sydney complete with a live orchestra.
The Princess Bride in Orchestra
The Princess Bride is the story of a princess named Buttercup and her one true love, a young farm boy named Westley who must rescue her from the odious Prince Humperdinck. Swashbuckling, romance, giants, swordplay, monsters, revenge… the classic tale has it all. Perfectly balancing satire, fantasy and romance, the film is as enjoyable today as ever.
Now you can experience the magic and laughter as the movie plays at the Opera House with a live orchestra playing its famous soundtrack.
Directed by Rob Reiner, The Princess Bride features an all-star cast that includes Robin Wright, Cary Elwes, Wallace Shawn and Mandy Patinkin. Supporting cast includes Chris Sarandon, Billy Crystal, Carol Kane, Christopher Guest, Fred Savage and André the Giant.
Get lost in the storybook world of Florin when The Princess Bride plays at the Opera House next year. Tickets drop next week so keep at eye on the Opera House website if you’re keen to snag some.