Malton Palace Cinema presents John le Carré live in: AN EVENING WITH GEORGE SMILEY In aid of Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors without Borders (MSF) Live from London’s Royal Festival Hall, join us for a unique celebration of John le Carré’s work as he discusses the full breadth of his career, and reflects on the […]
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The Palace Cinema in Malton invites early booking for this popular July concert. Known to millions as ‘The King of Waltz’, André Rieu is one of the world’s most popular music artists. His legendary annual Maastricht concert is the most eagerly anticipated cinema event of the year, last year setting new box office records in […]
Live relays of plays from London and elsewhere come thick and fast now, so are no longer news, and we don’t blog them as often as we did in the early days of this new theatrical venture. However, occasionally one comes along that deserves highlighting (in our opinion!). Into this category falls the Royal Shakespeare […]
Can’t make it to Stratford-upon-Avon to see King Lear? Don’t miss Artistic Director Gregory Doran directing one of our finest Shakespearean actors, Antony Sher in one of the greatest parts ever written by Shakespeare. King Lear will be broadcast live to cinemas in the UK and selected countries on Wednesday 12 October 2016. […]
Terrence Rattigan, a playwright who enjoyed considerable success in the 1940s and 50s, is having a bit of a revival at the moment. If you enjoyed “Flarepath” at the York Theatre Royal recently, you might also like “The Deep Blue Sea” now showing at the National Theatre, and to be broadcast by live relay on […]
The annual opera on Sydney Harbour’s jaw-dropping outdoor water-stage this year is Puccini’s Turandot, and it comes to cinemas around the world live for one night only on Thursday 15th September. This Puccini classic, the final opera from one of the greats, has been recreated especially for the acclaimed Handa Opera, with director Chen Shi-Zheng […]
Enjoy a night out with theatre royalty! Helen Mirren gives an Olivier and Tony Award-winning performance as Queen Elizabeth II in “The Audience”, returning in celebration of the monarch’s 90th birthday. For sixty years, the Queen has met with each of her Prime Ministers in a private weekly meeting known as The Audience. From old […]
Cinema Live has just announced that the “final concert ever” by Grateful Dead, taking place on Sunday July 5 in Chicago, will be broadcast live to cinemas world wide (slightly time adjusted, so the following day in the UK). This epic event, broadcast from Soldier Field in Chicago, will take place nearly 20 years to […]
A Live Relay of the National Theatre’s Christmas show, Treasure Island, was shown locally a couple of weeks ago. If you missed it, and have heard the rave reviews it attracted, there’s another chance to see it, and best of all you can take the smaller ones – it’s suitable for ages 10 and upwards […]
When live broadcasts from theatres and concert halls were first introduced, some years ago, they were a rare treat. Now they come thick and fast, and the next couple of months seem to be particularly busy. Here’s a roundup of forthcoming plays being shown at the Palace cinema in Malton, and (in most cases) also […]
“Who’d have thought, Obadiah, that forty years on we’d be …. doing a revival of Monty Python?” The opening of the four Yorkshiremen sketch was a dead cert for inclusion in the much advertised Monty Python reunion show which concluded its short run at the O2 Arena in London on Sunday night with a live […]
We booked for “Skylight”, now running at the Wyndham’s Theatre in London, with just a glance at the names. Playwright David Hare, principal parts Carey Mulligan and Bill Nighy. What’s not to like? Nothing, as we expected. The official synopsis says: On a bitterly cold London evening, schoolteacher Kyra Hollis receives an unexpected visit from […]
André Rieu’s 10th Anniversary 2014 Maastricht Concert will be delivered to cinemas via satellite, across the UK on Saturday 19th July. Venues include the Palace Cinema in Malton, and the Helmsley Arts Centre. Help celebrate the 10th Anniversary of André Rieu’s traditional summer evening concerts, staged on the most romantic city square in The Netherlands: […]
Since moving so close to Scarborough, home of playwright Alan Ayckbourn, I have become a little weary of his plays, which now number 78 I believe. So I might have passed on a revival of “A Small Family Business” had it been at his home base, the Stephen Joseph Theatre. However, hearing that no less […]
The number of theatres and companies offering live relay broadcasts of their shows seems to be growing all the time, as is the amount of forward notice you get of what is on offer. The Palace Cinema in Malton, a favourite venue for live relays not least because you can have an excellent early supper […]
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