Queen : A night in Bohemia
November 15. – 20:00 - 23:00
English Concert Film, 89 Minutes, 1975
in English, with Hungarian subtitles
Director: Tom Corcoran
Starring: Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor, John Deacon
Editor: Christopher Bird
Director-Producer: Simon Lupton and Rhys Thomas
1975 was a particularly important and busy year in the Queen’s band’s history. In October of this year, Bohemian Rhapsody, which hit the record list of all hits, was released, and the platinum album The Night of the Opera was released on December 24, and on Christmas Eve, London’s Hammersmith Odeon gave a full-length concert live on BBC television. The concert at Hammersmith was the culmination of the young band’s career in the past, with dozens of cameras recorded as explosive, including Killer Queen, Liar, Keep Yourself Alive, or Now I’m Here. The specialty of the recording was that this evening was recorded for the first time the concert version of Bohemian Rhapsody’s latest hit list leader. The concert and the success of the album brought a new level up to the band and gave a boost to become one of the world’s most significant rock band in the coming decades.
This concert was very important to us because it was the first time that the show was broadcast live from start to finish. With digital restoration, the quality of the images was amazingly good. The energy and momentum that we played on the stage is completely out of the film, said Biran May, the Queen’s guitarist.
Full price ticket: 1.900, -Ft
Student and pensioner discount: 1.500, – Ft