Jeff Wayne's War of the Worlds live spectacular is returning to the UK for a 40th anniversary celebration.
The production will head to the O2 Arena for two shows on Saturday, December 15.
This will include both an matinée and evening show where fans can experience the 35-foot tall Martian Fighting Machine firing real flame Heat Rays.
As well as this a 100-foot wide 'Animation Wall' with 2 hours of cutting edge CGI and Liam Neeson who is retaining his role in 3D holography as The Journalist.
Jeff Wayne says: "In June 1978 my original double album was released. I had no idea if it would vanish as quickly as one can say… “ULLAdubULLA!
"But here I am today, soon to be celebrating its 40th Anniversary throughout 2018, culminating in what I believe will be the most exciting arena tour we've ever performed. No one would have believed."
The show will also head to Brighton, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Liverpool, Cardiff and more in 2018.
Where can I buy tickets?
They'll be available from Ticketmaster here .
When do they go on sale?
Tickets go on general sale at 9am on Friday November 24.
A presale will take place for O2 priority members on Wednesday November 22 at 9am.
How much are tickets?
They're priced at £52.20 - £76.60, plus a booking fee.
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