Live Screenings at The Palace, Malton
Ballet, Opera and Theatre LIVE by satellite at the Palace - from Royal Opera House and the National Theatre
Globe on Screen: Measure For Measure (12a)
After a history of quirky adaptations, this lesser known work is now restored to its classic glory. In this story of secret identities and manipulation, the audience are invited to unravel the layers of intrigue skillfully crafted by a superb cast and the directorial prowess of Dromgoole in his final production for the Globe Theatre.
|Sunday, 8 May||16:30 - 19:05||SEATS BOOK|
NTLive Encore: A View From The Bridge (12a)
Following its smash-hit original broadcast, the Young Vic's 'magnetic, electrifying, astonishingly bold' production of A View from the Bridge returns to cinemas due to audience demand. This stunning production of Arthur Miller's tragic masterpiece won a trio of 2014 Olivier Awards including Best Revival, Best Actor for Mark Strong (The Imitation Game; Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy) and Best Director for Ivo van Hove. The great Arthur Miller confronts the American dream in this dark and passionate tale. In Brooklyn, longshoreman Eddie Carbone welcomes his Sicilian cousins to the land of freedom. But when one of them falls for his beautiful niece, they discover that freedom comes at a price. Eddie's jealous mistrust exposes a deep, unspeakable secret - one that drives him to commit the ultimate betrayal.
|Thursday, 12 May||18:45 - 21:30||SEATS BOOK|
ROH Live Ballet: Frankenstein (12a)
A story of betrayal, curiosity, life, death and, above all, love, Mary Shelley's gothic classic Frankenstein inspired Royal Ballet Artist in Residence Liam Scarlett to explore the very depths of human nature and our need to find acceptance and a place in the world.
|Wednesday, 18 May||19:00 - 21:15||SEATS BOOK|
Teatro Alla Scala: The Temple Of Wonders (12a)
An incredible journey through one of the most important temples of performing arts in the world; a tour through centuries, where past and present intersect. Includes archival footage and recordings of some of the biggest names in the history of opera, ballet and concerts.
|Thursday, 26 May||19:30 - 21:00||SEATS BOOK|
RSC Live: Hamlet (12a)
Hamlet has the world at his feet. Young, wealthy and living a hedonistic life studying abroad. Then word reaches him that his Father is dead. Returning home he finds his world is 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 new reality. Simon Godwin (The Two Gentlemen of Verona 2014) directs Paapa Essiedu as Hamlet in Shakespeare's searing tragedy. As relevant today as when it was written, Hamlet confronts each of us with the mirror of our own mortality in an imperfect world.
|Wednesday, 8 June||18:45 - 22:30||SEATS BOOK|
NT Live Encore: The Audience (12a)
Winner of three Tony Awards and two Olivier Awards, National Theatre Live's smash-hit broadcast of the original West End production of The Audience - featuring Helen Mirren's multi-award-winning performance as Queen Elizabeth II - returns to cinemas in celebration of the monarch's 90th birthday.Written by Peter Morgan (The Queen) and directed by two-time Tony Award winner and Academy Award-nominated director Stephen Daldry (Billy Elliot, The Hours), these special encore screenings include an exclusive Q&A with Helen Mirren and director Stephen Daldry. For sixty years, Queen Elizabeth II has met with each of her twelve Prime Ministers in a private weekly meeting. This meeting is known as The Audience. No one knows what they discuss, not even their spouses.From the old warrior Winston Churchill, to the Iron Lady Margaret Thatcher, Tony Blair right up to today's meetings with the current incumbent David Cameron, the Queen advises her Prime Ministers on all matters both public and personal. Through these private audiences, we see glimpses of the woman behind the crown and witness the moments that shaped a monarch.The Audience was presented in the West End by Matthew Byam Shaw for Playful Productions, Robert Fox and Andy Harries.
|Thursday, 9 June||18:45 - 22:00||SEATS BOOK|
Leonardo Da Vinci: The Genius In Milan (12a)
Filmed during an extraordinary exhibition dedicated to Leonardo Da Vinci in Milan in 2015, and led by the greatest experts on his work. We will explore as never before the achievements and personality of one of the greatest artists who ever lived.
|Thursday, 16 June||19:30 - 21:00||SEATS BOOK|
Globe on Screen: Merchant Of Venice (12a)
Jonathan Pryce, whose accolades include Game of Thrones, Wolf Hall and Pirates of the Caribbean, provides an enigmatic performance in this iconic battle between greed and love. Pryce's Shylock is not only convincing in its duality but helps provide additional gravitas to Munby's moving production. This tale of prejudice and destructive self-interest paired with Pryce's memorable interpretation makes this a must-see.
|Sunday, 19 June||16:30 - 19:04||SEATS BOOK|
Glyndebourne: Il barbiere di Siviglia (12a)
Figaro, the renowned Barber of Seville, uses every trick he can muster to outwit Dr Bartolo and ensure his master wins his chosen bride. He meets his match in the would-be-bride Rosina who has schemes of her own. Madcap disguises accompany twists and turns in a whirlwind plot, whilst Figaro's cunning knows no bounds.
|Tuesday, 21 June||18:15 - 22:00||SEATS BOOK|
ROH Live Opera: Werther (12a)
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.
|Monday, 27 June||18:45 - 22:00||SEATS BOOK|
ENCORE Live: The Importance of Being Earnest (u)
David Suchet stars as the formidable Lady Bracknell in Oscar Wilde's superb satire on Victorian manners 'The Importance of Being Earnest' live from London's Vaudeville Theatre. Two bachelor friends, the adorable dandy Algernon Moncrieff and the utterly reliable John Worthing J.P., lead double lives to court the attentions of the exquisitely desirable Gwendolyn Fairfax and Cecily Cardew. The gallants must then grapple with the riotous consequences of their deceptions - and with the formidable Lady Bracknell.
|Wednesday, 29 June||18:15 - 20:58||SEATS BOOK|
KBTC Live: Romeo and Juliet (12a)
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.
|Thursday, 7 July||19:00 - 21:55||SEATS BOOK|
Glyndebourne: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg (12a)
Hans Sachs is the most celebrated of the Mastersingers, a group of poets and musicians who have created complex rules for composing and performing their songs. Their world is turned upside down by free-thinking Walther who enters their singing competition to win his beloved Eva. But can this inspired rule-breaker win the hand of the woman he loves?
|Tuesday, 12 July||17:15 - 23:00||SEATS BOOK|
Globe on Screen: Richard II (12a)
Simon Godwin delivers a dynamic portrayal of a play filled with both violence and comedic irony. Starring Charles Edwards (Downton Abbey, Philomena), Godwin's production delves into the meaning of kingship and the rising powers that can destroy it. The rich colours and lavish costumes of this historical play transfer superbly to the big screen.
|Sunday, 17 July||16:30 - 18:58||SEATS BOOK|
André Rieu's 2016 Maastricht Concert (12a)
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. Set against the stunning backdrop of the town square in AndrÃ©'s hometown, the spectacular Maastricht concert features the maestro in his element, along with his famous 60-piece Johann Strauss Orchestra, sopranos, tenors and very special guests. André promises an unforgettable musical experience full of humour, fun and emotion for all ages. CinemaLive's presentation of André Rieu's 2016 Maastricht Concert in Cinemas features host Charlotte Hawkins, who introduces the show and conducts an interview with André Rieu the moment he steps off stage, exclusively for cinema audiences. André Rieu's 2016 Maastricht Concert is shaping up to be his biggest and most spectacular concert ever to screen in cinemas!
|Saturday, 23 July||18:45 - 22:00||SEATS BOOK|
|Saturday, 23 July||18:45 - 22:00||SEATS BOOK|
Glyndebourne: Béatrice et Bénédict (12a)
From Elizabeth and Darcy in Pride and Prejudice, to Hermione and Ron in the Harry Potter series, the age-old premise of verbal sparring to mask true feelings of love or passion is employed to magnificent effect in Berlioz's Béatrice et Bénédict. Berlioz selected the sunniest and funniest elements of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing and set them to ravishing music to create this witty love-hate duel. The opera's overture explodes with a buoyant sense of fun and elegant wit and there are several splendid numbers for the female characters, especially the sublime Act I duet-nocturne, described by one critic as a 'marvel of indescribable lyrical beauty'.
|Tuesday, 9 August||18:15 - 21:30||SEATS BOOK|
RSC Live: Cymbeline (12a)
Cymbeline is a ruler of a divided Britain. When Innogen, the only living heir, marries her sweetheart in secret, an enraged Cymbeline banishes him. But a powerful figure behind the throne is plotting to seize power and murder them both. Innogen embarks on a dangerous journey that will reunite Cymbeline with a lost heir and reconcile the young lovers.
|Wednesday, 28 September||18:45 - 22:30||SEATS BOOK|
RSC Live: King Lear (12a)
King Lear has ruled for many years. As age begins to overtake him, he decides to divide his kingdom amongst his children, living out his days without the burden of power. Misjudging his children's loyalty and finding himself alone in the wilderness, he is left to confront the mistakes of a life that has brought him to this point.
|Wednesday, 12 October||18:45 - 22:30||SEATS BOOK|