Barry Chuckle, who starred in hit TV show Chucklevision with his younger brother, died aged 73 at the weekend.Read the full story ›
Tributes have been paid to Barry Chuckle - his brother Paul, other half of the comedy duo The Chuckle Brothers says he has lost his best friend. His family say he has left a 'legacy of laughter'.
James’s headline show in Scarborough was cancelled on Thursday evening due to adverse weather.Read the full story ›
Tram strike affects thousands of people due to descend on Sheffield for the 10th Tramlines FestivalRead the full story ›
Council planning officers said the church tower would be in conflict with the prevailing landscape character of the village.Read the full story ›
Firefighters responding to an alarm at Dewsbury town hall were greeted by a large group of 'nuns' waiting outside for the all-clear.Read the full story ›
Record-breaking musical Wicked is making a flying visit back to Leeds from tonight, for its final Yorkshire showdown.
It tells the untold story of the Witches of Oz, which will ultimately see them fulfil their destinies as Glinda The Good and the Wicked Witch of the West.
Wicked, which features show-stopping songs such as Defying Gravity, was last seen at Leeds Grand in 2014 by more than 42,000 people, winning standing ovations at every performance.
Wicked is already the 14th-longest running show in West End theatre history and around the world and has been seen by over 53 million people in 15 countries and won over 100 major awards.
It runs at Leeds Grand Theatre from Wednesday 13th June to Saturday 7th July.
He was praised as a ‘warm’ and ‘generous’ person by many in the entertainment industry.Read the full story ›
Beautiful: the Carole King Musical has come to Leeds Grand Theatre - but it'll soon be curtain up for the musical's first UK tour.Read the full story ›
The magician, from Bradford, has been laid low with ill health since last summer.Read the full story ›