Star Wars: Return of the Jedi in Concert With the ASO

Sat 18th April, 2020
Adelaide Entertainment Centre
Port Road, Hindmarsh
Find out if it's possible to harmonise with a wookiee call.

Star Wars: Return of the Jedi cops a lot of flak. People seem to really dislike the ewoks even though they're super chill little forest partiers. Who wouldn't want an invite to their treehouse doof (Yub Nub is a jam, after all)?

And there's other iconic moments, too. Boba Fett becomes dinner for a hungry sarlacc in the Great Pit of Carkoon; sweaty Han gets released from his carbonite tomb; and there's the bit when you realise that, despite sounding exactly like Mufasa and having a muscular silhouette, Darth Vader is actually a husky old white dude (does he use a force corset?).

Now imagine all of this backed by the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, which will play John Williams's (third most) iconic score live to a screening of the film.

Do your best to hold back the tears, when the string section comes in and Yoda departs from the mortal plane. Emotional, it will be.

More information here.