December 19 2013 Latest news:
A world-famous Stradivarius stolen from an internationally-acclaimed violinist at Euston station and recovered by police three years later sold today at a London auction house - for £1.4million.
Morrissey has only signed a single hardback copy of his autobiography, and today it is going up for auction to raise money for PETA.
Oscar-winning actor Peter O’Toole has died at The Wellington Hospital in London at the age of 81.
The British Comedy Awards were announced in London last night, with Jack Whitehall claiming two of the top gongs in an occasionally controversial ceremony.
Last night was “kind of a big deal” as stars of the cult comedy Anchorman reunited on the red carpet for the franchise’s long-awaited sequel.
Former Coronation Street actress Helen Flanagan got into the festive spirit today when she became Miss Santa to campaign against animal cruelty.
Former Spandau Ballet star Gary Kemp is to lead a cast in a production of Fings Ain’t Wot They Used T’Be at Theatre Royal Stratford East.
The death of Nelson Mandela will be marked in a specially-shot scene in tonight’s episode of EastEnders.
The great and the good came together at Camden’s Roundhouse last night for a gala night in aid of the SeriousFun Children’s Network, a charity founded by actor Paul Newman supporting young people with serious illnesses.
Tom Daley’s new partner is Hollywood writer and gay activist Dustin Lance Black, an Oscar-winner 20 years his senior, it is reported.
London-educated French artist Laure Prouvost has won the Turner Prize for her work Wantee.