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Part of the Vaudeville Theatre's Oscar Wilde Season. Recorded as live.
A new production of one of the funniest plays in English, Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest. Wilde’s much-loved masterpiece throws love, logic and language into the air to make one of theatre’s most dazzling firework displays. Jack, Algy, Gwendolyn and Cecily discover how unsmooth runs the course of true love, while Lady Bracknell keeps a baleful eye on the mayhem of manners. With Sophie Thompson, Jeremy Swift and Fiona Button.
Michael Caine, Charlie Cox, Michael Gambon, Jim Broadbent, Francesca Annis, Ray Winstone, Keely Cat Wells, Tom Courtenay, Paul Whitehouse star in the unbelievable true story of the Hatton Garden heist.
103 album releases, 123 single hits and the equivalent of 20 years spent in the UK charts. Britain’s Ultimate Pop Star, Sir Cliff Richard is celebrating 60 years in the music business and he wants to invite you to the most fabulous big screen party of the year!
Spike Lee's latest film tells the true story of a black policeman who infiltrates the Ku Klux Klan. Set in the 1970s, Ron Stallworth (John David Washington) is the first African-American detective to serve in the Colorado Springs Police Department. He uses his "white voice" skills to contact the local Klan but needs an accomplice (Adam Driver) to visit in person.
Based on the novel by Meg Wolitzer, the film stars Jonathan Pryce as a "great American author" who is about to receive a Nobel Prize for Literature and Glenn Close as his wife, who reviews her life as they travel to Sweden to collect his prize.
Harry Dean Stanton's final film with David Lynch in a rare acting role as his friend. Lucky is an old US Navy veteran of rigid habits and attitudes in a small town. When his routine is interrupted by a sudden collapse at home, Lucky finds himself realising that his remarkably healthy old age is going to face an inevitable decline and he has to accept it.
Alan Bennett’s sharp and witty new play is ‘just what the doctor ordered’ (Daily Telegraph). Set in a local hospital facing closure as part of an efficiency drive, this state-of-the-nation piece is a ‘rousing chorus line for the NHS’ (Observer).
Filmed live at London’s Bridge Theatre during its limited run, Allelujah! is Alan Bennett's tenth collaboration with award-winning director Nicholas Hytner.
The Beth, an old fashioned cradle-to-grave hospital serving a town on the edge of the Pennines, is threatened with closure as part of an efficiency drive. A documentary crew, eager to capture its fight for survival, follows the daily struggle to find beds on the Dusty Springfield Geriatric Ward, and the triumphs of the old people’s choir.
The multi-award-winning comedian and Edinburgh Fringe favourite performs his brand-new stand-up show, Goals. We all have life goals. Make one of your goals to come and see this great new comedy show from an "Irish Iranian Smoggy".
Patrick performs his shows all over the UK and Europe and has appeared in far-flung hotspots including Dubai, Bahrain and Costa Rica. He has made many TV appearances and is listed as one of the hardest-working comedians in the UK.
Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga star in this remake of the classic Judy Garland musical weepie. A musician helps a young singer and actress find fame, even as age and alcoholism send his own career into a downward spiral.
Following the run at the Wyndham’s Theatre which ended in July, Red will be broadcast in cinemas. Written by John Logan, directed by Michael Grandage CBE the play stars Alfred Molina as legendary artist Mark Rothko alongside Alfred Enoch as his assistant. It enjoyed hugely successful runs both in the West End and on Broadway, where it won 6 Tony awards, including Best Play.
Rowan Atkinson reprises his role as the hapless secret agent. After a cyber-attack reveals the identity of all of the active undercover agents in Britain, Johnny English is forced to come out of retirement to find the mastermind hacker.
Following the release of her long awaited debut album 'Diamond in the Dust', 2016 saw Rebecca support Jools Holland and his rhythm & blues orchestra on his UK tour – including appearances at the Royal Albert Hall, which gave rise to sensational reviews.
Often referred to as 'pop noir' Rebecca’s distinctive sultry stylings and song writing skills have led to collaborations with Jamiroquai’s Matt Johnson and Ian Barter (Amy Winehouse). Rebecca's latest singles have been championed by Radio 2, BBC 6 music and BBC London.
Combining her own unique style with nuances of Nina Simone, Nancy Sinatra, Peggy Lee and Henry Mancini, Rebecca offers playful swagger with hugely entertaining onstage appeal.
the ultra-cool guitar wizardry of Hugh Turner; the wonderfully talented Stuart Henderson on trumpet, flugel horn and percussion; the masterful acoustic bass of Raph Mizraki
Expect a sublime selection of classic jazz, latin and mainstream modern jazz standards plus Rebecca’s own beautifully crafted romantic ballads offering a seductive hint of the “femme fatale”
Recording of live show.
Following its record-breaking, sell-out run in London’s West End and national tour, the critically-acclaimed musical Funny Girl comes to cinemas, featuring Sheridan Smith in “an unforgettable star turn” (The Times). Funny Girl is semi-biographical, based on the life and career of Broadway star, film actress and comedienne Fanny Brice (a role made famous by Barbara Streisand on Broadway and in the 1968 film adaptation), and her stormy relationship with entrepreneur and gambler Nick Arnstein.
Recording of live show.
Best-selling soprano Sarah Brightman is on the big screen with a performance of her latest album. HYMN: Sarah Brightman In Concert, captured live from Neuschwanstein Castle in the Bavarian Alps.
Live theatre. Written and Performed by Helen Norton & Jonathan White.
To Hell in a Handbag: The Secret Lives of Canon Chasuble and Miss Prism.
While others are preoccupied with cucumber sandwiches and railway cloakrooms, two minor characters from The Importance of Being Earnest are up to their necks in something else. A country rector and a governess, models of Victorian propriety in public. But in private? This is the play behind the play: a tale of blackmail, false identity … and money. A subversively funny new take on an Irish theatrical classic.
“To Hell in a Handbag is a delight – beautifully written and acted with exquisite comic timing.” Daily Mail.