In this second Wallace & Gromit adventure, released in 1993, Gromit finds himself being pushed out of his room and home by a devious new lodger, Feathers McGraw.
A ruthless criminal (and a penguin cunningly disguised as a chicken), he’s planning a robbery and needs to use Wallace and his mechanical remote controlled trousers to pull off the raid.
However, Gromit is wise to the penguin and comes to the rescue. Will he be able to stop the feathered fiend?
It’s such a treat to watch The Wrong Trousers with a live orchestra performing the stunning music composed by Julian Nott
He has written the music for all the Wallace & Gromit films, including the theme tune and original score for A Grand Day Out, created when he and Nick Park were students together the National Film and Television School. His music goes with Nick’s films brilliantly - rather like cheese and crackers.
For The Wrong Trousers Julian had the luxury of using a larger orchestra, rather than just the handful of players and a synthesiser which he had to use for A Grand Day Out!
You might also know Julian’s other works too, which include Peppa Pig and, for older members of the audience, the BBC’s Lark Rise to Candleford. His music was also heard at the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Thames pageant, Overture and Allegro, part of a project inspired by Handel’s Water Music.