Concerts on tour
A Night Out With...Sir Michael Caine
An interview with Sir Michael Caine, accompanied by music from his best known films.
Sir Michael Caine
Jonathan Ross presenter
Joss Stone singer
Lance Ellington singer
Gavin Greenaway conductor
London Symphony Orchestra
Michael Caine is a two-time Oscar-winner whose distinctive voice and range has made him one of the most popular actors the UK has ever produced. From his big break in Zulu in 1964 to his current popularity with a whole new generation through The Dark Knight and Inception, Michael Caine has entertained millions around the world for 50 years.
To mark this milestone, Sir Michael is appearing on one of the world’s most celebrated stages to look back over his extraordinary screen career. Interviewed live on stage by TV presenter and film buff Jonathan Ross, Caine will be recalling his work in all his major film roles, including The Italian Job, The Ipcress File, Alfie, Get Carter, Educating Rita, Hannah and Her Sisters, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels and The Dark Knight. Sir Michael will share his memories of working with the greatest directors, actors and writers, and what drives him to still make movies into his 80s.
In between the chat, the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Gavin Greeenaway, will be playing music from Caine’s best known films and accompanying film clips on giant screens.
Joining the LSO will be special guest singers Joss Stone and Lance Ellington who will perform songs from Alfie, Italian Job and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.
The event is in aid of the NSPCC, chosen personally by Michael Caine, who is a longtime supporter of the charity.