Assassin's Creed Symphony, a live orchestral performance of the long-running series' best loved music is coming to London next October, Ubisoft has announced.

The tour, which starts on June 11th next year in Los Angeles (the same day as E3, fact fans), is described as an "immersive symphonic experience" and features music from all across the series, by composers including Jesper Kyd, Lorne Balfe, Brian Tyler, Austin Wintory, Sarah Schachner, Winifred Phillips, Elitsa Alexandrova, Chris Tilton, Ryan Amon and The Flight. Here's one for the pirates in the house tonight:

The show moves to Paris on June 29th, then continues to San Francisco on August 3rd, Montreal on September 27th, and then arrives in London - at the Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith - on October 5th. Finally, the tour comes to a close in Milan on October 6th. Full details, including links to ticket vendors, can be found on the Assassin's Creed Symphony website.

Those interested in attending the London performance can expect to pay around Ł40 and up at present, with the top-priced ticket, seated in the stalls, going for Ł138.50.

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