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.
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.
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.