From Planet Rock.
Neo-progressive rock icons Marillion are releasing a new live DVD this spring entitled ‘All One Tonight’.
Filmed at their sold-out Royal Albert Hall Show in October 2017 – their inaugural show at the hallowed London venue in their four-decade career – the DVD is released on Monday 2nd April.
Exactly a week ahead of its release, Marillion will be hosting screenings of the show in at six Everyman Cinemas at 7pm on Monday 26th March, taking in Leeds, Birmingham, Esher, Bristol, King’s Cross and Chelmsford. To book tickets click here.
Just like the Royal Albert Hall show itself, ‘All One Tonight’ is divided into two parts with the first featuring a performance of Marillion’s latest album ‘F*** Everyone and Run (F E A R)’ in its unadulterated entirety featuring “an awe-inspiring” light show.
The second part introduces In Praise of Folly and guests, a string quartet with flute and French horn that throughout the rest of the show inject an extra depth and emotion to some of Marillion’s best loved live material.
Songs performed in part two include ‘The Space…’, ‘Afraid of Sunlight’, ‘The Great Escape’, ‘Easter’, ‘Go!’, ‘Man of a Thousand Faces’, ‘Waiting to Happen’ and ‘Neverland’.
A Racket Records and Toward Infinity production, ‘All One Tonight’ was directed and edited by Tim Sidwell, and recorded and mixed by Michael Hunter.
Don’t forget, Marillion are embarking on a UK & Ireland tour next month. Most shows are sold out but you can buy select tickets from Planet Rock Tickets now.
Belfast Ulster Hall – Sun 8th*
Dublin Vicar Street – Mon 9th*
Gateshead The Sage – Wed 11th
Cambridge Corn Exchange – Fri 13th – SOLD OUT
Birmingham Symphony Hall – Sat 14th – SOLD OUT
Brighton Dome – Mon 16th**
Bristol Colston Hall – Tue 17th – SOLD OUT
Reading Hexagon – Thu 19th – SOLD OUT
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall – Fri 20th – SOLD OUT
York Barbican – Sun 22nd
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