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Eugene Jarecki's illuminating documentary about Elvis Presley. Jarecki bought a Rolls Royce that once belonged to Elvis and took it on a road trip across America asking people from the famous to the obscure, what Elvis meant to them.
Broadcast live from London’s West End, see Ian McKellen’s ‘extraordinarily moving portrayal’ (Independent) of King Lear in cinemas.
Chichester Festival Theatre’s production received five-star reviews for its sell-out run, and transfers to the West End for a limited season. Jonathan Munby directs this contemporary retelling of Shakespeare’s tender, violent, moving and shocking play.
Considered by many to be the greatest tragedy ever written, King Lear sees two ageing fathers – one a King, one his courtier – reject the children who truly love them. Their blindness unleashes a tornado of pitiless ambition and treachery, as family and state are plunged into a violent power struggle with bitter ends.
Foreign language film with sub-titles.
Paweł Pawlikowski won the Best Director Award at this year's Cannes Film Festival for this story, of an impossible love between a composer and his protegee, a singer, set in the 1950s against the background of the Cold War, in Poland, Berlin, Yugoslavia and Paris.
Like Pawlikowski's Oscar-winning film, Ida, this is filmed in black and white.
Richard Eyre directs Ian McEwan's adaptation of his own novel, starring Emma Thompson & Stanley Tucci.
As her marriage to Jack flounders, eminent High Court judge Fiona Maye has a life-changing decision to make at work - should she force a teenage boy, Adam, to have the blood transfusion that will save his life?
Film adaptation of Emily Danforth's novel. Cameron Post (Chloë Grace Moretz) looks the part of a perfect high school girl. But after she's caught with another girl in the back seat of a car on prom night, Cameron is quickly shipped off to a conversion therapy center that treats teens "struggling with same-sex attraction." At the facility, Cameron is subjected to outlandish discipline, dubious "de-gaying" methods, and earnest Christian rock songs-but this unusual setting also provides her with an unlikely gay community. For the first time, Cameron connects with peers, and she's able to find her place among fellow outcasts.
Filmed live at the Apollo Theatre, London, this sell-out show is inspired by a true story. Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is a new award-winning five-star hit musical.
Jamie New is sixteen and lives on a council estate in Sheffield. Jamie doesn͛t quite fit in. Jamie is terrified about the future. He is going to be a sensation. Supported by his loving mum and surrounded by his friends, Jamie overcomes prejudice, beats the bullies and steps out of the darkness, into the spotlight.
Winner of 3 WhatsOnStage Awards including Best New Musical and nominated for 5 Olivier Awards.
A double-bill from comedians appearing at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
Lucy Frederick is a stand-up comedian, writer, actor and model from the South of England. In 2007, Lucy ended up appearing on Channel 4′s How to Look Good Naked which eventually led to a career in stand-up.
David Mills is a London-based American comedian and cabaret performer, as well as an actor seen in the film Florence Foster Jenkins and the TV series Patrick Melrose.
Smart, sharp, laugh-out-loud comedy for adults sick of being scolded by celebrities and policed by children. Mills gets you through the coming apocalypse feeling like dynamite!
Based on Anton Chekhov play. Starring Saoirse Ronan
with Elizabeth Moss, Corey Stoll & Annette Bening.
In the early 20th century, an ageing actress and her lover visit the estate of her elderly brother.
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!
Judy Dewey talks about Agatha Christie's life and local connections.
Sinodun Players are proud to present Agatha Christie's A Murder is Announced, based on her 1950 book of the same name. This production celebrates 70 years of the Players and 40 years since the opening of the Corn Exchange, as Agatha Christie was President of Sinodun Players for 25 years from 1950 until 1975.
An announcement in the local paper states the time and place when a murder is to occur in Miss Blacklock’s house. The victim is not one of the regular occupants of the house but an unknown and unexpected visitor. Come and enjoy a classic Christie puzzle of mixed motives, concealed identities and a second death as a determined Inspector follows the twists and turns, with Miss Marple on hand to provide the final solution.
Based on the novel by Sarah Waters, the film tells the story of Dr. Faraday, the son of a housemaid, who has built a life of quiet respectability as a country doctor. During the long hot summer of 1948, he is called to a patient at Hundreds Hall, where his mother once worked. The Hall has been home to the Ayres family for more than two centuries, but is now in decline and its inhabitants are haunted by something more ominous than a dying way of life. Starring Domhnall Gleeson, Ruth Wilson, Will Poulter and Charlotte Rampling.
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.