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ALVIN AND THE CHIPMUNKS: THE ROAD CHIP is a children's comedy drama about three talking chipmunk characters who go on a road trip to Miami to stop their human father from proposing to his girlfriend.
Shakespeare’s glorious comedy of love and change comes to the National Theatre for the first time in over 30 years, with Rosalie Craig (London Road, Macbeth at MIF) as Rosalind.
With her father the Duke banished and in exile, Rosalind and her cousin Celia leave their lives in the court behind them and journey into the Forest of Arden.
There, released from convention, Rosalind experiences the liberating rush of transformation. Disguising herself as a boy, she embraces a different way of living and falls spectacularly in love.
|Thursday 25 Feb 2016||19:00|
The Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company Live cinema season continues with a new vision of Shakespeare's heartbreaking tale of forbidden love. Branagh and his creative team present a modern passionate version of the classic tragedy.
A longstanding feud between Verona's Montague and Capulet families brings about devastating consequences for two young lovers caught in the conflict.
Reuniting the stars of his celebrated film of Cinderella, Kenneth Branagh directs Richard Madden and Lily James as Romeo and Juliet and Sir Derek Jacobi as Mercutio.
DAD'S ARMY is a British war comedy about a Home Guard platoon who must help MI5 uncover a German spy.
In an effort to cure his cancer, former special forces operative Wade Wilson was subjected to an experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers, disfigured skin, an unstable mind, and a "dark, twisted" sense of humor. Armed with new abilities and a new identity, Wilson hunts down the man who nearly destroyed his life.
GOOSEBUMPS is an adventure horror about a boy who has to save his town when hundreds of monsters are unleashed from his neighbour's book collection.
Following a sell-out run at London's Royal Court Theatre, Olivier and Academy Award® winner Martin McDonagh (The Pillowman, The Cripple of Inishmaan, In Bruges) returns to the West End with Matthew Dunster's award-winning production of his deeply funny new play Hangmen, broadcast live to cinemas by National Theatre Live.
In his small pub in the northern English town of Oldham, Harry (David Morrissey - The Walking Dead, State of Play) is something of a local celebrity. But what's the second-best hangman in England to do on the day they've abolished hanging?
Amongst the cub reporters and pub regulars dying to hear Harry's reaction to the news, his old assistant Syd (Andy Nyman - Peaky Blinders, Death at a Funeral) and the peculiar Mooney (Johnny Flynn - Clouds of Sils Maria) lurk with very different motives for their visit.
ODDBALL AND THE PENGUINS is a children's comedy drama about an eccentric chicken farmer who trains his dog to protect a penguin sanctuary from foxes.
Hamlet has the world at his feet.
He’s young, wealthy and living a
hedonistic life studying abroad.
Then word reaches him that his
father is dead.
Returning to Denmark, he finds
reality utterly changed, his
certainties smashed and his
home a foreign land. Struggling to
understand his place in a new world
order, he faces a stark choice: submit,
or rage against the injustice of his
|Wednesday 8 Jun 2016||19:00|
ROOM is a drama about a young woman and her son who struggle to adjust to life after having been confined in a small room for several years.
|Thursday 11 Feb 2016||19:45|
E. Nesbit’s family favourite 'The Railway Children' follows the story of Roberta (Bobbie), Phyllis and Peter, three sheltered siblings who suffer a huge upheaval when their father is falsely imprisoned.
The children and their mother, now penniless, are forced to move from London to rural Yorkshire into a new home next to a railway line. Dealing with themes of justice, the importance of family and the kindness of strangers the event is filmed from the National Railway Museum in Yorkshire, featuring the train from the original much-loved film.
York Theatre Royal’s Olivier award-winning production of 'The Railway Children' has been imaginatively adapted by Mike Kenny and Damian Cruden and beautifully directed for the screen by Ross MacGibbon.
Please note there will be a 15 minute interval.
Giselle is the quintessential Romantic classic, a love affair that begins in the real world and
continues beyond the grave. The ballet’s title role also offers one of the great challenges of
the ballet repertory, as Giselle transforms from an innocent peasant girl, duped into love,
to a forgiving spirit who saves her lover from death. For the ballerina this is a role of two
contrasting halves: in Act I she must appear naïve and artless, her dancing alive with an
earthy enthusiasm; in Act II she transforms into light and air, her dancing so ethereal as to
seem weightless. In Peter Wright’s production, the dual aspect of the ballet is perfectly
achieved: the first act dramatized in rich, naturalistic detail and the second with a spectral,
|Wednesday 6 Apr 2016||19:15|
Royal Ballet Artist in Residence Liam Scarlett has chosen Mary Shelley’s gothic classic
Frankenstein as the basis for his first full-length narrative ballet for the Covent Garden
Main Stage. A story of betrayal, curiosity, life, death and, above all, love, it inspires Scarlett
to explore the very depths of human nature and our need to find acceptance and a place
in the world.
For this exciting new ballet Scarlett returns to the music of Lowell Liebermann, from
whom he has commissioned a brand new score.
|Wednesday 18 May 2016||19:15|
Richard Jones and Antonio Pappano renew their creative collaboration with this new
production of Musorgsky’s historical masterpiece, here seen in its compact 1869 first
version in seven scenes. The originality of the composer’s vision of Pushkin’s play about
Tsar Boris Godunov – who reigned over Russia between 1598 and 1605 – was too much
for the management of the Imperial Theatres, who demanded changes that were
incorporated in the second version of the opera, in which Boris finally had its premiere in
1874. Many commentators, nevertheless, prefer the integrity of the original, which makes
few concessions to operatic conventions. Keenly awaited will be Bryn Terfel’s assumption
of the title role – one of the most complex characters in opera – while John Graham-Hall
appears as the crafty Prince Shuisky and John Tomlinson as the vagabond monk Varlaam.
Lucia di Lammermoor tells the story of an ongoing feud between two families in 17thcentury
Scotland that has terrible consequences for two young lovers.. It contains what is
undoubtedly one of opera’s most poignant and gripping mad scenes, and is regarded as
one of Donizetti’s finest works. The opera has not been seen at the Royal Opera House in
more than a decade, so this new production by Katie Mitchell will be a particularly
important and exciting event. The title role will be sung by Diana Damrau,, an expert in the
coloratura repertory, while American tenor Charles Castronovo takes on that of her secret
lover, the reckless and passionate Edgardo.
Based on Goethe’s novel The Sorrows of Young Werther,, Massenet’s opera tells the story
of the poet Werther’s hopeless love for Charlotte, who is committed to another man.. The
music is full of lyrical beauty, passion and emotional fervour, – small wonder that Werther
is often considered to be the composer’s finest work. The Royal Opera’s Music Director
Antonio Pappano returns to conduct film, theatre and opera director Benoît Jacquot’s
classic production. Italian tenor Vittorio Grigolo stars as Werther, alongside Joyce
DiDonato, who sings her first Charlotte (one of the great French mezzo roles) in this
ZOOLANDER 2 is a comedy sequel in which two male supermodels return from self-imposed exile and help an Interpol detective investigate the murders of several pop stars.