Tickets for the event are now available and they include entry, food, a welcome drink and live entertainment.
Taking a step away from his work with Queen, Freddie Mercury’s solo album, ‘Mr Bad Guy’, found him exploring new avenues in his music.
Originally released in 1984, ‘Love Kills’ features on the much-missed Queen star's recently-released box set of solo recordings, 'Never Boring'.
The ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ biopic brought Queen’s story to the silver screen. Freddie Mercury’s favourite films also offer revealing insights into his life.
The programme airs at 9pm tonight, 11 October and again at 4pm on Sunday, 13 October.
Revealing hidden facets of his live and work, these surprising Freddie Mercury facts are laid bare in the singer’s own inimitable style.
Painting Freddie Mercury’s ‘Mr Bad Guy’ was “an absolute honour” for visual artist Jack Coulter, whose synaesthesia helps shape his art.
In an audacious collaboration with soprano singer Montserrat Caballé, Freddie Mercury fulfilled a life-long ambition with the ‘Barcelona’ album.
A wide-ranging list of opera singers, film stars and rock icons, Freddie Mercury’s influences reveal why he was driven to create such a vast body of work.
Offering insight into the life of one of rock’s greatest singers, these Freddie Mercury quotes reveal the unflinchingly honest man behind the songs.
The best Freddie Mercury songs reveal an artist committed to exploring all avenues of expression. “I can dream up all kinds of things,” he said.
The video has been made by directors Esteban Bravo and Beth David, with animation from Woodblock.
The new collection will be issued by Hollywood Records in North America and Mercury Records in the rest of the world.
Dave Clark reveals why working with Freddie Mercury on the ‘Time Waits For No One’ song was a truly unique collaboration with “such a perfectionist”.