First ever fully holographic show which ‘brings the horror of WW1 to life’ is coming to Gravesend theatre

PUBLISHED: 10:43 07 June 2016 | UPDATED: 15:52 07 June 2016

The Woodville Halls

The Woodville Halls


The production will be projecting later this month

Gravesend’s Woodville Theatre will be hosting the world’s first fully holographic theatre show later this month.

The show, which has earned rave reviews, depicts the human tragedy of the First World War.

Mandy Hare, general manager at the theatre, said: “This is an extraordinary piece of work that brings the horror of WW1 to life for our generation.”

Adam Donen’s Symphony to a Lost Generation will be projecting at 7.30pm on June 16.

Two hundred and fifty actors and dancers will appear beside the world-renowned Vienna Philharmonic Choir and Lithuanian State Orchestra in this epic symphony. Produced by an Oscar-winning and Grammy-nominated team whose visual effects include Gravity, Avatar and The Golden Compass.

Standard tickets are £21, concessions £16, groups £12, schools £10 and teachers £1. To book please visit

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