June 19 2013 Latest news:
A comedy festival in east London due to feature acts including Al Murray, Alan Davies and Ed Byrne has been cancelled because of “heavy opposition from local community groups”.
The last time Josh Groban was in London on tour he played the Hammersmith Apollo, a relatively small, pretty intimate venue.
A musical theatre group is getting ready to make a splash with its latest show, a St Trinian’s-esque production.
Jenny Sealey, co-director of the London 2012 Paralympic Games opening ceremony, writes about a new production by Hackney-based disabled-led theatre company Graeae, which will be shown at the Greenwich+Docklands International Festival.
When Christopher Nolan rebooted Batman in 2005, everyone breathed a sigh of relief - at last, the days of cheesy, over the top superhero films was over, in their place, new, darker, grittier retellings.
A little rain didn’t prove to be kryptonite for the stars of the new Superman film as they descended on Leicester Square for the premiere of the movie.
In Peckham and don’t know where to go for a touch of culture or a bite to eat?
Political intrigue, double crossing, scandal and more converge in Kelsey Grammer’s new programme, Boss.
The author of Bring Up The Bodies was denied an historic treble of book awards last night as US novelist AM Homes picked up this year’s £30,000 Women’s Prize for Fiction.
A dazzling haul of jewels, including finger rings, Byzantine cameos and cascading necklaces, is to go on display at the Museum of London later this year.
Omid Djalili will headline this year’s Ealing Comedy Festival, it has been announced.