18 Nov 19
This Saturday, all the way from the Metropolitan Opera House comes the story of the Pharaoh who transformed ancient Egypt. Join us for Met Opera Live: Akhnaten streamed into our cinemas on Saturday 23 November. In the meantime enjoy a sneak peek of the rehearsals of this incredible production.
Star countertenor Anthony Roth Costanzo headlines as the revolutionary Pharaoh who transformed ancient Egypt.
Director Phelim McDermott, whose productions include the hugely successful Satyagraha by Philip Glass, returns to the Met to bring this contemporary production to life, with a virtuosic company and dramatic staging that features acrobatics and juggling.
The striking soprano J'Nai Bridges makes her Met debut as Nefertiti with Karen Kamensek conducting Glass's ritualistic and hypnotic score.
We celebrate a master of Spanish cinema with a season of his greatest accomplishments.
Help us celebrate as West Norwood turns 1 on Saturday 16 November, when tickets will be £5 all day, and better yet if you're a member it's just £3.
Film writer Damon Wise discusses Chris Morris' The Day Shall Come out in cinemas Friday 11 October.
With this year's Cannes Film Festival cancelled, Clare Binns, Picturehouse Joint Managing Director, took the opportunity to look back over the last ten years of the festival, picking out twelve of the very best films that have premiered there.
The best films of 2017 as voted by Picturehouse Members. How many have you seen?