One Direction's Louis Tomlinson made his professional football debut for Doncaster last night, delighting 5,000 fans with his cameo.
West End smash Blood Brothers comes to the region as part of a national wide tour.
'Brassed Off' is being brought back to life! The 1996 film is being regenerated into a stage show and is in final rehearsals in York.
As a global superstar and a recent winner at the Brit Awards, he's used to rubbing shoulders with the rich and famous.
But tonight Louis Tomlinson isn't taking centre stage.
The One Direction star is finally making his debut for Doncaster Rovers tonight - his home team. He's playing in the South Yorkshire derby and hoping to raise lots of money for charity. Michael Billington reports.
The coolest show on television, Dancing on Ice the live tour, comes to the region for the very last time next month.
A host of celebrities have signed up for the finale including Bradford's Gareth Gates and former Emmerdale actress Suzanne Shaw.
The tour comes to our region on the following dates:
Sheffield: Motorpoint Arena - 15 – 17 April
Leeds: First Direct Arena - 26 – 27 April
A One Direction superfan has travelled from America to watch Louis Tomlinson make his debut for Doncaster Rovers.
The singer will feature at full-back for the Championship side's reserves team.
4,000 people are expected to attend Louis Tomlinson's Doncaster Rovers debut, but only 100 of these will be there to watch the other members of the Championship side's reserves.
The One Direction star will feature at full-back.
Click below to watch Tomlinson in training with Rovers:
A mini fiesta has come to the Keepmoat stadium ahead of Louis Tomlinson's first game for Doncaster Rovers.
Mary Garcia and Tonyi Martos travelled from Barcelona to queue for tickets for the One Direction star's debut: