immersed in middle-earth
The second tale of J. R. R. Tolkien's epic trilogy plays out in breathtaking style with The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers in Concert. Witness Peter Jackson's legendary movie adaptation on a big screen, with a full orchestra performing Howard Shore's award-winning soundtrack in real time to picture. With the battle for Middle-Earth reaching an absolute fever pitch in this second instalment, hearing the pounding Uruk drums, monumental battlefield music and enchanting soundscapes of the Elven realms performed completely live will transport the audience to Arda like never before.
The Lord of The Rings: The Two Towers is arguable the darkest of the trilogy, with Middle-Earth now gravely under threat from two sinister combined powers: Lord Sauron in his tower in Mordor, and Saruman in the tower of Isengard. With their forces advancing across Middle-Earth and the Fellowship of the Ring disbanded, the world of Men and Elves feels the coming of one of the biggest battles ever staged in Middle-Earth - or on screen. Elsewhere, Frodo and Sam find themselves in an uneasy truce with the treacherous Gollum, in order to fulfil their quest to destroy the One Ring.