Lucas, Manu, Philippe, Jacob et Mario s'aiment depuis l'enfance. Ils ont du talent et de l'espoir. Ils rêvent de musique et de gloire. Leur groupe de rock, Lust, connaît un succès grandissant, mais les aspirations de chacun rendent incertain leur avenir commun. L'arrivée de Laura dans leur vie va bousculer un peu plus ce fragile équilibre.
Comedy icon Dave Chappelle makes his triumphant return to the screen with a pair of blistering, fresh stand-up specials. Filmed at The Palladium in Los Angeles, California, in March 2016.
Robbie Williams takes over the London Palladium for an evening of swing classics and new songs. Special guests joining Robbie and his big band on stage are Lily Allen, Rufus Wainwright and Muppets Miss Piggy, Kermit the Frog, and grumpy old men Statler and Waldorf.
In Plain View Everything's Gone Fear Is the Weakness Trigger Resin Where the Dead Ships Dwell With Eyes Wide Open Paralyzed Through Oblivion Ropes Delight and Angers Cloud Connected Only for the Weak The Chosen Pessimist The Quiet Place Rusted Nail The Mirror's Truth Deliver Us Take This Life
Jack performs his, dead pan, stand up show live at the London Palladium
Storied electronic rock heroes STS9 rounded out their fourth consecutive night in California with a massive live show at the Hollywood Palladium. The boys maintained extremely high energy throughout the show, picking up right where they left off in Oakland the night before. The first set was dominated by tried and true bangers "Hidden Hand, Hidden Fist" "Abcees" and "EHM," while the second was highlighted with newer tracks like "MOD", "March" and "Vapors" that are quickly becoming fan favorites. A jaw dropping "Glogli" was followed later in the set by the classic multi-layered jazz/funk crescendo “Aimlessly.” STS9 brought their Californian run to a close with an encore of the beautiful, inspiring "Circus" followed by the dance party known as "Moon Socket." With stunning lights and bone-shaking beats, STS9 earn the loyalty of their devoted fans night after night, show after epic show!
Live at the Palladium is a live concert DVD by the punk band Bad Religion, released in March 2006. It features footage from two nights at the Palladium in Hollywood, California on November 21 and 22, 2004.
Concert film of the Northern Irish band.
Ex-'Eastenders' regular Mike Reid turns the air blue in this live stand-up set filmed at the Palladium in London's West End.
The Perrier award-winning star of BBC Two's Fantasy Football League and BBC One's The Frank Skinner Show performs live and uncensored stand-up comedy to a sell-out audience at the London Palladium
Paul Merton's Live show at the Palladium
first Bisco DVD is a two-disc set that will have your living room turned into an energetic trance-fusion throw down! Recorded at The Palladium in Worcester, MA on May 8, 2004, this complete show captures the Biscuits at their brain-bending best.
This grand occasion marked Judy Garland's final public appearance, and her only such appearance with daughter Liza Minnelli.
On the Al Murray: The Pub Landlord - Live At The Palladium DVD, the award winning comedian raises the roof at the majestic London Palladium, where he gave a crowning performance of his hit tour show "And Another Thing" in 2007. In this show, Britain’s favourite Pub Landlord holds court with his distinctive common sense, reasoning on subjects such as "The War on Terror", "Hell", "Life Itself", and his personal crusade to "Bring Back Shame". Expect "unstoppable comedy from the joke-telling machine gun" (The Sunday Times), who showcases his trademark rapid-fire interaction with the regulars. Having already become famed by the success of his prime-time entertainment show "Happy Hour", and an unprecedented second "An Audience with Al Murray: The Pub Landlord", the Guv’nor shines in top form on this DVD.
Filmed at her sellout farewell shows at the London Palladium, this hilarious DVD sees the acid-tongued veteran comedienne at her outrageous best, taking no prisoners in her quest for the killer gag.
Recorded at the Palladium in Los Angeles, this 1987 concert features reggae artists Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers performing tracks from their Grammy-winning album "Conscious Party," including "Tumblin' Down," "We Propose" and "Tomorrow People." Ziggy also pays tribute to his legendary father -- reggae great Bob Marley -- by covering a pair of his classic tunes: "Rat Race" and "Time Will Tell."
Keith Richards first solo tour, capably backed by a handpicked group of musicians such as drummer Steve Jordan, guitarist Waddy Wachtel, vocalist Sarah Dash and old Stones pal, saxophonist Bobby Keys. Set-list is made up mostly with tracks from Richards Talk Is Cheap LP with a few rare Stones numbers mixed in. Keith, as always, is the living embodiment of rock and roll and this show, released in 1991 on VHS and then 2002 on DVD, is a great document of the tour.
A live recording from Rufus Wainwright's sold-out February 25, 2007 tribute concert at the London Palladium to the legendary American actress and singer Judy Garland. The tribute concert features the same songs from Garland's well-known 1961 album, Judy at Carnegie Hall.
Tonight at the London Palladium is a British television variety show that is hosted from the London Palladium theatre in London's West End. Originally produced by ATV for the ITV network from 1955 to 1969, it went by its original name Sunday Night at the London Palladium from 25 September 1955 until the name was changed to The London Palladium Show from 1966 to 2 February 1969. It underwent three revivals, first from 28 October 1973 to 28 October 1974 where it retained its Sunday Night at the London Palladium title, second in 2000 under the title Tonight at the London Palladium, and third from 2014 until 2015 under the title Sunday Night at the Palladium, dropping London. From 2016, the show is called Tonight at the London Palladium and is presented by Bradley Walsh.
Sunday Night at the London Palladium was a British television variety show produced by ATV for the ITV network, originally running from 1955 to 1967, with a brief revival in 1973 and 1974. The London Palladium is a theatre in London's West End. The regular hosts of the Palladium show were Tommy Trinder, Bruce Forsyth, Don Arrol, Norman Vaughan, Jimmy Tarbuck and Jim Dale. Other guest comperes were: Hughie Green, Alfred Marks, Robert Morley, Arthur Haynes, Dickie Henderson, Dave Allen, Des O'Connor, Bob Monkhouse and Roger Moore. The first ever show was compered by Tommy Trinder with Gracie Fields and Guy Mitchell being the night's big guests. The programme was one of ITV's most watched, reaching its biggest audience in January 1960 while Bruce Forsyth was the host, in an edition featuring Cliff Richard and The Shadows, watched by more than 20 million people. However according to the book Television's Greatest Hits written and researched by Paul Gambaccini and Rod Taylor the biggest viewing audience was 9.7 million in 1964. This was on Sunday 19 April when Bruce Forsyth introduced The Bachelors, Hope and Keen and Frank Ifield with the Pamela Devis Dancers.