March 10 2014 Latest news:
American football, sex tapes and cheerleaders. This is opera, but perhaps not quite as we know it, as OperaUpClose’s production of Dido and Aeneas takes Henry Purcell’s Virgilian tragedy into the American High School.
From Belgian thrillers to a lost Australian gem and the 30th anniversary of the ultimate mock-doc, Barry Forshaw reviews this week’s DVD releases:
More tape-deck recordings and song scraps obscure a smattering of minor gems from the Ohio veterans.
You’ve watched them on your television sets now it’s time to see them live at Wembley Arena this weekend.
The former Smiths frontman’s third LP from the early ’90s gets remastered - and kicks harder.
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.
Northerners’ debut strives to hit the mark with a dose of classic, orchestral retro-pop and melancholy.
A 12-hour long, overnight production of Shakespeare’s Macbeth, which will immerse the audience in its world of guilt, ambition and tragedy at an undisclosed brutalist tower block in east London, opens this summer.
As someone who’s never taken a great interest in horror, and frankly finds the genre a bit weird, I approached my interviews with the two men behind a West End show described as “deeply unsettling” and “pant-wettingly terrifying” with not a little trepidation.
A New York City garage guitar band all wrapped up in the highs and lows of the city’s underbelly. But 10 years too late? Not quite...
World Book Day returns in March, but books are something North London does very well 365 days of the year.
Sir David Attenborough isn’t simply a man of immeasurable knowledge, but impeccable taste as well.
Studio 338, London’s biggest capacity club is set to re-open in Greenwich on March 1 after a multi-million pound refurbishment.
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.
Last night’s Brit Awards at the O2 were as much about fashion as they were about music, with Kate Moss topping the charts in one of Ziggy Stardust’s outfits as she collected a prize on behalf of David Bowie.