Elton John’s spectacular The Million Dollar Piano concert will be screened in Dorchester this month. The ODEON Dorchester is excited to be bringing one of the world’s most celebrated and spectacular concerts to its cinema screen on Saturday March 22 at 8.30pm.

The world-renowned singer, songwriter and performer is currently performing The Million Dollar Piano concert from The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas and his outstanding performance will be broadcast at the ODEON Dorchester.

Recorded live during Elton John’s residency at The Colosseum, this concert film includes performances of classic songs such as Rocket Man, Tiny Dancer, Saturday Night’s Alright For Fighting, I’m Still Standing, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, Crocodile Rock and Your Song.

Elton plays a specially created Yamaha piano, which weighs nearly 3,200 pounds and is embellished with more than 60 LED video screens.  The state-of-the-art piano is the perfect accompaniment to Elton’s hits as its video screens display imagery to complement the entertainer’s songs.

Alan Escott, general manager at ODEON Dorchester, says: “For one night only, cinema-goers will have the opportunity to see this remarkable performance on the big screen.  In a career spanning five decades, Elton John has sold in excess of 250 million records and has more than 50 top 40 hits, making him one of the most successful musicians of all time.  With our powerful state-of-the-art digital surround sound system, guests to the cinema will experience incredible sound quality regardless of seating position.

“Plus, with our fantastic bar facilities the cinema makes a perfect evening for concert viewing.  We look forward to welcoming guests to enjoy this spectacular performance in the comfort of our venue.”

Tickets are priced at £10 for adults, £8 for seniors and students and £7.50 for children and teenagers.  Family tickets are also available priced at £30 for two adults and two children (under 16) or one adult and three children.  Please note this concert has been given a 12A certificate so children can attend with a suitable adult.  The advisory from the British Board of Film Classification is this film ‘contains moderate bad language’.

ODEON Dorchester is situated within the Brewery Square development and tickets can be booked by calling 0871 224 4007 or visiting www.odeon.co.uk/cinemas/dorchester/214/.