March 11 2014 Latest news:
A trailer for a new series of the hit US show 24, set and filmed in London, has been posted online by its producers.
It’s the biggest night of the year for the mainstream film industry, so the pressure for celebs to look their best (or just simply make an impression) is on at the Oscars.
So another boring conference is taking place in London. That’s right, the fourth Boring Conference - a celebration of the ordinary and the overlooked - will be held in the capital in May, it has been mundanely announced.
A £6million project to restore London’s Regent Street Cinema, the UK’s oldest, has been given the go-ahead by Westminster council, with broadcaster Sandi Toksvig also throwing her weight behind the plans.
Celebrities and their children walked red carpet in the West End yesterday for a special screening of The Lego Movie, with some more appropriately dressed than others.
London band Clean Bandit last night made it a third successive week at the top of the UK singles chart with their dance track Rather Be.
Work by the only stills photographer to be awarded a Bafta for his services to British film will go on show at the National Theatre later this month, it has been announced.
A first look at the results of recent filming in London for the American drama series 24 has been posted online by Fox, the US TV network behind the show.
One Direction have today released the music video for their new single, Midnight Memories.
A Back to the Future stage musical, developed by the original film’s writers Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale, will open in London’s West End next year.
Major musicals such as The Book of Mormon and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory contributed to a record year for ticket sales in the West End in 2013, according to new figures.
The English Patient’s Kristin Scott Thomas and Ralph Fiennes were reunited on the red carpet last night at the London premiere of The Invisible Woman.
Rock superstar Prince has confirmed he will play a number of shows at “iconic venues in and around London” beginning next month.
Simon Russell Beale, who is currently playing King Lear in Sam Mendes’ production of the Shakespeare tragedy at the National Theatre, has said cast members believed Sam Troughton was still acting when he lost his voice during a performance on Tuesday.
Ant and Dec last night claimed the gong for entertainment presenter at the National Television Awards for the 13th year in a row during a star-studded ceremony at London’s O2 Arena.