It's been 50 years since Elvis Presley - the undisputed king of rock - performed in his legendary '68 comeback concert recorded on 3 December, 1968.
Originally airing as a TV special - having not appeared on stage in front of a live audience for more than seven years - this spectacular performance is seen by many as the Memphis icon's most substantial achievement as a stage performer.
The special sees him performing alone as well as in jam sessions with Scotty Moore and DJ Fontana, his early backing musicians. Including renditions of his greatest hits and more, the special has become one of the greatest moments in rock music history and a stunningly brilliant milestone in Elvis's career.
This event includes a cinema exclusive, special introduction and studio tour by Steve Binder (the original producer and director), including special guest appearances and commentary offering a unique perspective on Elvis and his iconic status.
A must-see for fans of Elvis and Rock and Roll.
This film contains a sequence of flashing lights which might affect guests who are susceptible to photosensitive epilepsy.