On April 2, the British neo-progressive rock band MARILLION launches “ALL ONE TONIGHT” the live DVD of their Royal Albert Hall Show filmed in October 2017.
On March 26, there will be screenings of the show at six Everyman Cinemas in the United Kingdom.
Marillion will host the screening at Kings Cross Everyman. Tickets available from:
The band, now comprising of Steve Rothery [guitars] Mark Kelly [keyboards] Pete Trewavas [bass] Ian Mosley [drums] and Steve Hogarth [lead vocals, lyrics, plus additional instrumentation] won the “UK Band of the Year” at the 2017 Progressive Music Awards following the Albert Hall show and their 2016 F.E.A.R album
On October 13, 2017 Marillion played at the Royal Albert Hall for the first time in their long career. The show sold out in minutes, a full year before the band took the stage at the iconic hall in London. The audience, many of whom had traveled over oceans for the show, were treated to a Marillion show like no other.
In two parts, ‘All One Tonight’ firstly showcased ‘F E A R’ in its entirety. Assisted by a compelling light show and a movie, Marillion interpreted the penetrating sounds of the recording with incomparable emotion and cognition.
The second half introduces “In Praise of Folly” and guests, inclduing a string quartet with flute and trumpet, who interposed the wisdom and feeling of some of Marillion’s most beloved live material.
Directed and edited by Tim Sidwell, recorded and mixed by Michael Hunter, ‘All One Tonight’ is a Racket Records and Toward Infinity productions.
Marillion embarks on their UK tour on 8th April, many dates already SOLD OUT [dates below video]
Main Image: Marilion Anne-Marie Forker Photography
UK 2018 Tour Dates
Date City Venue
Sun 8th April Belfast Ulster Hall – NEW DATE
Mon 9th April Dublin Vicar Street – NEW DATE
Wed 11th April Gateshead The Sage – last few tickets available
Fri 13th April Cambridge Corn Exchange – SOLD-OUT
Sat 14th April Birmingham Symphony Hall – SOLD-OUT
Mon 16th April Brighton Dome – last few tickets available
Tue 17th April Bristol Colston Hall – SOLD-OUT
Thu 19th April Reading Hexagon – SOLD-OUT
Fri 20th April Liverpool Philharmonic Hall – SOLD-OUT
Sun 22nd April York Barbican – NEW DATE