Mick Fleetwood has assembled a stellar cast of musicians to celebrate the music that established Fleetwood Mac as one of the biggest bands in the world – the music of Peter Green. With a line-up featuring Neil Finn, Noel Gallagher, Billy Gibbons, David Gilmour, Kirk Hammett, Jonny Lang, John Mayall, Christine McVie, Pete Townshend, Steven Tyler and Bill Wyman, this once-in-a-lifetime concert event captured at The London Palladium on 25 Feb 2020 is an absolute must-see for any music fan out there. 'The concert is a celebration of those early blues days where we all began, and it’s important to recognise the profound impact Peter and the early Fleetwood Mac had on the world of music.' Mick Fleetwood
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In PETER RABBIT™ 2: THE RUNAWAY, the lovable rogue is back. Bea, Thomas, and the rabbits have created a makeshift family, but despite his best efforts, Peter can’t seem to shake his mischievous reputation. Adventuring out of the garden, Peter finds himself in a world where his mischief is appreciated, but when his family risks everything to come looking for him, Peter must figure out what kind of bunny he wants to be.
Starring: Rose Byrne, Domhnall Gleeson, David Oyelowo, Elizabeth Debicki with Margot Robbie and James Cordon as Peter Rabbit
Join Marcus and Rachel for ONE NIGHT ONLY with their hilarious double header show! Marcus started his comedy career at Bristol University where he performed stand up and character shows and soon won the BBC New Comedian of 1996. He has since emerged as a major comedy, writing and acting talent, performing in the UK and beyond and has become a regular voice on BBC Radio with an impressive list of TV and film credits. Some of the many TV credits include; Live at the Apollo, Have I Got News For You, Would I Lie to You, The Graham Norton Show, The Blame Game, QI, the list goes on and on........ Rachel's stand-up comedy has been featured on Live at the Apollo, and she has performed solo shows at the Edinburgh Fringe, including It's Fun To Pretend, which was expanded into a UK tour for 2018/19. She presented the fourth series of the Game of Thrones spin-off show Thronecast, and A Girl's Guide to TV, a comic guide to how women can get ahead in television, which first aired on BBC2 on 10 June 2018. As an actor, Parris was cast in the BBC show BonBon, and also appeared on The IT Crowd, Plebs and Count Arthur Strong. She has been a panellist on QI, Would I Lie to You? and Mock the Week. In 2017 she was a guest on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast, in 2018 she was a guest on Pappy's Flatshare Slamdown podcast, and in 2019 Richard Osman's House of Games.
Running Time: 120
Multi award-winning comedian and actor Omid Djalili is now where he belongs, on a stage and bringing back the Good Times.
Letting the good times roll in 2021
Born in London to Iranian parents, Omid Djalili grew up with a mixed cultural heritage. That unconventional background helped shape his sharp wit as well as his ability to combine humour with storytelling.
Going on to become an award-winning comedian and actor, Djalili emerged on the UK stand-up circuit in the ’90s. His big break was at Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 1995 with a show called Short Fat Kebab Owner’s Son. He returned in 1996 with The Arab And The Jew alongside Jewish comedian Ivor Dembina, and thereafter became one of the hottest tickets at the annual event. Over the years, the funnyman sold out a string of shows – including Omid Djalili Is Ethnic, Warm To My Winning Smile, Behind Enemy Lines, No Aggenda, and Tour Of Duty – before going on to tour them nationally.
Intelligent and provocative, Djalili’s comedy was not only packed with incisive social and political commentary, but also with physical humour and an upbeat energy. He received numerous accolades from the press. The Huffington Post said seeing Djalili live on stage was “so hysterically funny and at the same time so poignant and powerful that calling it stand-up barely does it justice”, while The Guardian called him “a thin, high cheek-boned, flamboyant luvvie”.
On his own website, Djalili described himself as someone who “spends most of his time trying to keep his weight down by yoyo dieting and playing football in West London still hoping to get spotted by Brentford Football Club”.
In addition to comedy, his acting credits have ranged from film and television to the theatre. Djalili landed small roles in a number of big films including Gladiator, The Mummy, Notting Hill and Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World’s End, before going on to win the Best Actor Award at the Turin Film Festival for his lead performance in 2010’s The Infidel scripted by David Baddiel. In 2018, he played a scene-stealing customs officer in Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.
On television, he made two series of The Omid Djalili Show for BBC One; a combination of sketches and stand-up material, plus he appeared in programmes and sitcoms like Little Britain, Black Books and Lead Balloon in the UK, and The Paul Reiser Show in the US. Djalili won praise for his performance on Dickensian playing taxidermist and bone articulator Mr Venus. He has also been seen in 2019’s His Dark Materials and 2020’s Letter For The King.
On the stage, Djalili garnered rave reviews for his role as Red in The Shawshank Redemption at the 2013 Edinburgh Festival Fringe and as Tevvye in Fiddler On The Roof at the 2017 Chichester Festival Theatre.
After experimenting with Zoom and drive-in gigs, on 5 October 2020, Djalili announced he’s returning where he belongs and hitting the road in 2021 with another captivating comedy masterclass – The Good Times Tour.
Running Time: 120
"An absolute joy to watch" THE SCOTSMAN
Hal Cruttenden is one of the top stand-up comedians working in the UK today, as well as being a highly accomplished writer and actor. He’s hosted Live at the Apollo (BBC1), and is also known for numerous performances on Have I Got News For You (BBC1), The Royal Variety Performance (ITV), Mock the Week (BBC2), The Great British Bake Off: An Extra Slice’ (BBC2 and Channel 4), and ‘The Apprentice: You’re Fired’ (BBC2).
He has also appeared on Celebrity Mastermind (BBC1), Tipping Point (ITV1), House of Games (BBC2), Would I Lie To You (BBC1), Sunday Night At The Palladium (ITV1), Alan Davies’s As Yet Untitled (Dave) and Pointless Celebrity (BBC2). He’s released two stand-up specials ‘Tough Luvvie’ (Universal) and ‘Straight Outta Cruttenden’ (Amazon Prime and NextUpComedy.com).
Hal has toured the UK and Ireland as well as taking shows to the Melbourne Comedy Festival, Just For Laughs Montreal, and the New Zealand Comedy Festival. His sitcom ‘Hal’ ran for two series on Radio 4. Hal has completed four extended nationwide tours: ‘Straight Outta Cruttenden’(2015/16) ’Tough Luvvie’ (2013/14), ‘The Tiny Rage Tour’(2011) and ‘Lively’ (2010). He’s a three-time Chortle Award nominee and was nominated for the Perrier Newcomer Award back in 2002.
Having originally trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama, Hal’s acting career includes roles on TV and film in ‘Shackleton’; ‘Eastenders’; ‘Kavanagh QC’; ‘Out of the Blue’; ‘Touching Evil’ and ‘Bramwell’. On film he has been in ‘Mrs Dalloway‘ and ‘The Madness of King George’. Theatre work includes ‘Making News’ at the Edinburgh Festival and ‘Orwell A Celebration’ at Trafalgar Studios London and the Edinburgh Festival.
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