Wednesday, May 31st at 7:30pm
In 1990 and 1991, Eric Clapton played 24 nights at the Royal Albert Hall, performing with different line-ups and sets featuring Blues, Rock, and a full Orchestra. The performances have become legendary to Eric Clapton fans.
Over thirty years later, this film, edited from the original footage and completely remastered in Dolby ATMOS and 5.1 Surround Sound for the ultimate theatrical experience, captures for the first time the definitive performances across all the sets over both years.
The film features 17 hits from across his repertoire, showing Clapton at his most exhilarating, collaborating with top musicians. There are unique versions – performed by Michael Kamen’s orchestra or his Rock band – of longstanding hits, including “Wonderful Tonight,” “Layla,” “White Room,” and “Cocaine” as well as rare treats such as performing “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door” with Phil Collins. Meanwhile, Eric’s love of the Blues is expressed as he shares the stage with legendary Blues musicians such as Albert Collins and Buddy Guy for classics such as “Black Cat Bone” and “My Time After a While.” It is an exhilarating compilation of Eric Clapton’s legendary performances.