Thu 5 November - Wed 11 November
Macquarie (02 8879 3500)
Cnr Herring & Waterloo Rd, Macquarie Park, NSW, 2113
Ball and Boe: Back Together (G) 150 mins No Free Tickets
3:00PM (Alt Cont)
Astro Kid (G) 89 mins
Idiot Prayer - Nick Cave Alone at Alexandra Palace (M) 103 mins
7:00PM (Alt Cont)
Ball and Boe: Back Together
Musical theatre powerhouses Michael Ball and Alfie Boe will delight cinema audiences with the final show from their sold-out tour, Ball & Boe: Back Together, from London’s O2. The world’s ultimate musical duo will perform favourite musical theatre as well as rock and classic hits. Showcasing their phenomenal voices and undeniable on-stage chemistry, Ball & Boe’s irresistible charm will undoubtedly light up the big screen.
Following the destruction of their spaceship, ten-year-old William gets separated from his parents while traveling through the galaxy. As his rescue capsule lands on a wild and unexplored planet, he befriends the friendly robot Buck and kooky alien Flash. Together they adventure through the wild and mysterious planet, discovering its wildlife and beauty but also the dangers that lie beneath!
Idiot Prayer - Nick Cave Alone at Alexandra Palace
Idiot Prayer - Nick Cave Alone at Alexandra Palace sees Nick Cave play his songs at the piano in a rarely seen stripped back form, from early Bad Seeds and Grinderman, right through to the most recent Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds album, Ghosteen. The film features tracks including Into My Arms, The Mercy Seat, Higgs Boson Blues and Girl In Amber. Recorded in June 2020 and initially imagined as an online-only event, fans will now be able to watch the film in cinemas as an extended cut featuring four unseen performances. Recorded as the UK slowly emerged from lockdown and conceived as a reaction to the confinement and isolation of the preceding months, Idiot Prayer is a souvenir from a strange and precarious moment in history. The performance was filmed by award-winning Cinematographer Robbie Ryan (The Favourite, Marriage Story, American Honey) in Alexandra Palace’s stunning West Hall. It was edited by Nick Emerson (Lady Macbeth, Emma, Greta) and the music was recorded by Dom Monks.
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