Cinema

Yesterday, 22:07

Let’s talk Trash – because this week’s offerings at Royston’s Picture Palace include two movies towards the arthouse end of the spectrum and one family crowdpleaser that’s a real winner with the tinies.

The Picture Palace is enjoyed by film fans of all ages, but more volunteers are needed as extra shows are added due to popular demand.

Royston Volunteer Centre manager Denise Graham’s regular look at the voluntary sector in North East Herts

The Duchess of Malfi at Shakespeare's Globe

Written by
John Webster

CREATIVES   
Directed by
Dominic Dromgoole
Designed by
Jonathan Fensom
Composed by
Claire Van Kampen

CAST
Gemma Arterton
The Duchess

It’s a candlelight cracker – John Webster’s macabre Elizabethan masterpiece The Duchess of Malfi is the first presentation in a new season of Shakespeare’s Globe On Screen, which brings ‘as live’ screenings of classic stage drama to local cinemas, offering audiences a ticket to the best seat in the house.

Michael Keaton in Birdman

Well, that’s worked out very nicely for the clever programmers at Royston’s Picture Palace – the movie which took top honours at the Oscars on Sunday night is showing in town this weekend.

Timothy Spall stars in Mr Turner

It might not be much of a consolation to Mike Leigh and Timothy Spall after being left out in the cold at the Baftas and ignored in the running for Oscar glory – but their much-praised biopic of Britain’s greatest ever artist will be back on screen at Royston’s Picture Palace this week.

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