A seven-part adaptation of William Makepeace Thackeray’s Victorian novel 'Vanity Fair' premiers on Sunday, starring Olivia Cooke.Read the full story ›
Thousands of items of memorabilia from Sporty, Posh, Scary, Baby and Ginger will go on display.Read the full story ›
It was confirmed in May that the Trainspotting and Slumdog Millionaire filmmaker was due to direct the 25th Bond film.Read the full story ›
- Lucy and Andy spoke to Out of Focus creator Sean Gonet earlier this week
Trafford-based Mystic Lake Productions will present ‘Out of Focus’, a gritty urban thriller written and directed by Altrincham's Sean Gonet.
The film tell the story of a young detective, Jack Parker (Sean Gonet), who is assigned to an ongoing investigation following a recent spate of murders.
'Out of Focus' will premiere at 7pm on Thursday, August 16 at at Vue, The Printworks, Manchester
You can book your tickets here
The Premier League Champions have been on the Blue Carpet to watch a special premiere of a behind- the-scenes documentary about the club.Read the full story ›
They were the trailblazing soul band from Merseyside, who say they're determined to carry on, despite the death of founding member Eddy Amoo.
The Real Thing became the first British all black band to top the UK charts in 1976 with their single You to me are Everything.
Eddy's brother Chris and Dave Smith told us about the impact of Eddy's death. Here's a reminder of the group in their heyday:
A new film has been shot in the North West, and it's been causing quite a stir.
It's called Apostasy and it's the story of a family of Jehovah's Witnesses, who fall foul of the strict rules governing their religion.
The director himself is a former member of the faith and he says making the film wasn't always an easy experience.
Tim Scott reports.
Alfie Boe will return to his native Lancashire to switch on the Blackpool Illuminations in August. People can ballot for a free wristband.Read the full story ›
A choir has climbed Lake District fells to perform a musical tribute on the summits, marking 100 years since the end of World War One:
Liam Gallagher has urged his brother Noel to bring their chart-topping band Oasis back together.Read the full story ›