‘The Cure – Anniversary 1978-2018 Live in Hyde Park London’ to be Released in July
Trafalgar Releasing and Eagle Rock Entertainment have announced the global cinema release of The Cure – Anniversary 1978-2018 Live in Hyde Park London, a film that celebrates 40 years of The Cure, one of the defining rock bands of music history. The film is slated to be released on July 11.
The film was directed by Tim Pope and captures the iconic group (Robert Smith, Simon Gallup, Jason Cooper, Roger O’Donnell, and Reeves Gabrels) performing their hits such as “Lullaby,” “Lovesong,” “Boys Don’t Cry,” and many many more.
The performance received widespread critical acclaim, including five stars from The Independent, who called the show “a perfect set.” The Metro awarded four stars and said the show was a “testament to how iconic The Cure’s music is that ticket-holders covered all generations.”
CEO of Trafalgar Releasing Marc Allenby said in a statement, “The influence and impact of The Cure is unquestionable and last year’s 40th anniversary concert captured the band at their very best, representing the breadth of their amazing career. It’s a great honour for Trafalgar Releasing to be given the opportunity to work on this theatrical release and we look forwarding to sharing this special film with fans in cinemas around the world.”
More information can be found at thecure.film, where fans can sign up for event alerts, including notifications for when tickets go on-sale.