Taking place between 22 May and 02 June, the 65th Bath International Music Festival – with this year’s theme being Mystics, Magic, Myths and Monsters - combines classical, jazz, world, folk, rock and electronica at various venues all over the city.
Filming has begun in south London on a second series of the critically acclaimed, vibrant comedy series, Some Girls. Viva, Amber, Saz and Holli are back. Back with all the mayhem and attitude that came with series one for the worst-behaved schoolgirls on television.
More Mary’s Living & Giving shops for Save the Children are scheduled to open all over London offering designer and luxury items from brands and retailers such as Alexander McQueen right through to Zandra Rhodes.
BBC Three has announced that it has acquired Orphan Black, a suspenseful thriller produced by BBC America, Bell Media and Temple Street Productions.
With the imminent cinematic release of The Great Gatsby, England's film, fashion and fun have been hit by a surge of 1920s fever.
Jaguar has curated a unique team of drivers for its Jaguar Heritage Racing entry into this year’s Mille Miglia classic car tour.
What makes you Confused.com? New research from the price comparison website reveals the top 10 things that the British public are most confused by.
Karl Sydow & Amber Jacobsen, the producers of the global phenomenon Dirty Dancing – The Classic Story on Stage, have announced that the record-breaking hit show will return to London’s West End this summer, opening at the Piccadilly Theatre on Saturday 13 July 2013.
Tamzin Outhwaite joins Dennis Waterman, Denis Lawson and Nicholas Lyndhurst in BBC One's hit drama New Tricks.
Cheryl Cole’s long flowing locks is the most copied celebrity hairstyle in the UK, a study has revealed. The former Girls Aloud singer came top of the poll, with millions of women trying to imitate the star’s brunette locks.
Ragley is once again appearing on our screens, this time in a new ITV1 programme presented by Lynda Bellingham entitled “Country House Sunday”.
The National Motor Museum, Beaulieu, recently welcomed a very special visitor when Top Gear star, James May, paid a visit.
Channel 4 Factual Entertainment has commissioned inventor Tom Lawton to build a floating home for brand new series Tom and Barney Go Back to the Future.
The average bloke reckons he is better looking than Wayne Rooney, James Corden and Michael McIntyre, it has been revealed.
Paul Wright’s For Those in Peril and Clio Barnard’s The Selfish Giant, two Film4-backed British films, have been selected for this year’s Cannes film festival.
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