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Hatsune Miku Live Party 2011 Screening in London

Date: Tuesday 8th November 2011 [16:16] | Posted By: Joe

Hatsune Miku fans in the UK will want to visit London's Apollo Cinema Piccadilly for an exclusive screening of the vocaloid's exclusive premiere event. They'll be showing Hatsune Miku Live Party 2011 39's Live in Sapporo, which features a holographic light show of the virtual diva.

The Sapporo performance was recorded in August 2011. It's set for a London screening on 28th November at 6.30pm and 29th November at 8.30pm.

The same venue will also be screening L'Arc-en-Ciel in December 2011.
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Update: We've been informed that the DVD mentioned in the press release below is only being released in Japan. For more details of the DVD release you can check the official website (in Japanese only). The DVD is also available to buy on Amazon.co.jp or from your favourite Japanese DVD importer.

Press release as follows:

Hatsune Miku Live Party 2011

Apollo Cinema Piccadilly is turning Japanese for two exclusive premieres

Two of Japan's biggest music stars - Hatsune Miku and L'Arc-en-Ciel - premiered exclusively at Apollo Cinema Piccadilly

Apollo Cinema Piccadilly is turning Japanese to screen exclusive performances of two of Japan's biggest music stars.

To celebrate the launch of 'Hatsune Miku Live Party 2011' on Blu-ray, DVD and Live CD Apollo Cinema Piccadilly will be holding an exclusive premiere event on 28th November at 6.30pm and 29th November at 8.30pm.

Hatsune Miku Live Party 2011 39's LIVE in SAPPORO will screen the Hatsune Miku's sold out performances from Sapporo in August where the live performances see a spectacular holographic light show of the character performing some of her biggest hits.

The following week, for one night only, Apollo Cinema Piccadilly welcomes one of Japan's biggest music groups, L'Arc-en-Ciel', for an exclusive screening of "20th L'Anniversary LIVE' in celebration of L'Arc-en-Ciell's 20th anniversary on 5th December at 6.30pm and 6th December at 8.30pm.

"20th L'Anniversary LIVE" showcases L'Arc-en-Ciel performing one of the biggest concerts of their career at Tokyo Ajinomoto Stadium, which traced the history of the band and was played out in front of 100,000 fans.

Toma Dim, General Manager of Apollo Cinema Piccadilly, said: "We're delighted to be showing two exciting gigs from Japan on our screens here at Apollo Cinema Piccadilly. Hatsune Miku and L'Arc-en-Ciel are both huge acts in their native Japan and their live performances are great to watch, so we're thrilled to be bringing these shows exclusively to our screen!"

Tickets for the screenings are priced at 16 and 18. For more information and tickets, please visit: http://www.apollocinemas.com


About Apollo Cinemas:
Apollo Cinemas Ltd is the UK's largest independent chain, serving over 2.6 million customers each year. It is currently the UK's 6th largest cinema operator (by number of screens), with 83 screens across 14 cinema locations, with a further 32 screens and three cinemas in development. It also boasts ten per cent of the UK's 3D screens, as well as the West End's only all-3D, all-digital multiplex, in its London Piccadilly location. By mid-summer, 2011, all its screens will be fully equipped with category-leading Sony 4K digital projectors, RealD 3D and Arqiva satellites offering the pinnacle of screen technology to present the latest cinema releases, live events and alternative content in the highest possible quality.

Further information available at: http://www.apollocinemas.com

Find Apollo Cinemas on Twitter: @apollocinemas

Source: Apollo Cinemas

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