THE FINAL show from Synth-pop pioneers, Soft Cell, will be broadcast live from London to cinemas throughout Europe on Sunday.

The show, which sold out, is their first one in 15 years and celebrates the band’s 40th anniversary.

This is a unique way to experience an event likely to do down in pop music history, as one of Britain’s pioneering bands, Soft Cell, ‘Say Hello, Wave Goodbye’ with a finale live on the big screen.

This was organised my leading Event Cinema distributor, More2Screen, and will see the entire show broadcast live via satellite, bringing audiences to the electrifying energy and atmosphere of this momentous occasion at London’s The O2 Arena.

The show will be broadcast in 5.1 surround sound audio, and will be filmed in full HD with a comprehensive 13 camera set-up, directed by Tim Sidwell

It should last about165 minutes.

You can check out the trailer by going to:

The live performance kicks off at 7.30pm and will be featured, in Newport, at Cineworld in Spytty Retail Park.

Tickets are £18.80 for adults or £16.30 on concessions.

For the full list of venues broadcasting this event go to the website: