On 18 November 1991, The Cure released a two-hour documentary video, entitled The Cure Play Out, on Windsong International Video. Play Out was recorded over January and February 1991, including various live performances and backstage pictures.
Picture Show was a follow up video compilation to Staring At The Sea, featuring ten videos from 1987 to 1990.
Entreat was released as a mid price album, as a result of pressure from fans who were unable to get a limited edition special purchase copy of the cassette or CD last year. All royalties from the sale of Entreat were given to various charities.
The Cure received three nominations; best British band, best music video and best male vocalist. Also, The Cure performed a live version of Never Enough. Following their success at the Brits, The Cure went into the studio for a few weeks to do some new demos.
The Cure performed an acoustic set at the Limelight Studios in London to record MTV Unplugged.
On 23 January 1991, The Cure did a live performance on Jonathan Ross show, filmed at BBC Television Centre in London. The Cure performed Harold And Joe and Hello I Love You on this TV show.
The Cure headlined The Great British Music Weekend at Wembley Arena.
The Cure performed their secret gig as Five Imaginary Boys at The Town & Country Club 2 in London.