London’s Cadogan Hall is putting on a spectacular two-hour concert that combines live music and a multimedia presentation of the One Piece anime.
The show provides an amazing chance to hear the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra play music from the long-running series.
Experience the most intense moments of the beloved and world-famous One Piece anime TV series matched with the show’s original score.
The scenes you love will be projected onto a screen for the ultimate immersion into the story of Luffy and his insatiable quest to become the next pirate king.
The One Piece Music Symphony takes place on Saturday 7 February 2015. Tickets start at £25 and VIP tickets costing £75 include a ‘meet and greet’ with composer Kohei Tanaka and conductor Jean Thorel.
You can find full details on the official Cadogan Hall website.