If you've always dreamt of hearing the Skyrim soundtrack played by a live orchestra in front of your very ears, then you're in luck: Bethesda has announced that its Skyrim in Concert show will be coming to London on November 16.
It's taking place for one night only at the London Palladium and if you fancy getting a real-life musical ear-tooting from the Winterhold Philharmonic Orchestra and Choir, you can pre-order tickets for the show from 10am on October 4.
Ticket prices range from £76.50, which I assume will get you a decent viewing spot from a heavenly cloud, to £26.50, where you'll have to watch the entire show buried in the basement under 10 feet of concrete.
Skyrim in Concert features brand new arrangements of composer Jeremy Soule's award-winning original Skyrim score, with promised pieces including Far Horizons, The Streets of Whiterun and the main theme, Dragonborn. If you've forgotten what any of those sound like, why not refresh your ears by hitting play on the video above and rubbing them vigorously against the screen?