This time it's personal: a brand new documentary film featuring David Attenborough reflecting on the changes of his life as well as our world.
Mon 28 Sep
- 1h 30min
- Directed by: Ali Ray
This highly engaging film takes us on a journey through the life of one of the most prevalent female icons: Frida Kahlo. She was a prolific self-portraitist, using the canvas as a mirror through all stages of her turbulent and, at times, tragic life. Guided with interview, commentary and Frida’s own words, Exhibition on Screen uncovers that this, however, was not a life defined by tragedy.
"Seek a deeper understanding of the real Frida Kahlo…"
Featuring key exhibitions and interviews with world renowned Kahlo curators, this film explores the extraordinary symbolism and themes in these personal canvases to seek a deeper understanding of the real Frida Kahlo. Using cinema to take an up-close and intimate look at her works we examine how great an artist she can be considered. Displaying a treasure trove of colour and a feast of vibrancy on screen, this personal and intimate film offers privileged access to her works and highlights the source of her feverish creativity, her resilience and her unmatched lust for life, men, women, politics and her cultural heritage.
We might think we already know Frida Kahlo – the image of floral crowns, big brows and folk style clothing have made her a muse to generations – but what lies beneath the surface of this intensely passionate woman?
Tue 20 Oct
- Cast: Michael Ball, Alfie Boe
Michael Ball and Alfie Boe performing live at the O2 Arena.
Sat 17 Oct
Sun 18 Oct
- 2h 20min
- Cast: Mick Fleetwood, Neil Finn, Noel Gallagher, Billy Gibbons, David Gilmour, Kirk Hammett, Jonny Lang, John Mayall, Christine McVie, Pete Townshend, Steven Tyler, Bill Wyman
Stars of the music world come to pay tribute to Peter Green and the music of Fleetwood Mac, including the likes of Noel Gallagher, Billy Gibbons, David Gilmour, Christine McVie, Pete Townshend, Steven Tyler and more.
Tue 23 Feb
Sun 28 Feb
First opened in 1936 as the Playhouse, the Pavilion survived many changes before settling on its current four screen guise.
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