The group, which also includes Shepperton Studios, has made more than 2,000 films and 800 TV shows over the last 80 years.Read the full story ›
Made In Chelsea star Mark-Francis Vandelli has become the fourth celebrity to withdraw from the winter sports programme.Read the full story ›
For the first time in thirty years a circus show will perform on a West End stage when Cirque Berserk opens at the Peacock Theatre on Monday.
Cirque Berserk features an international cast as well as British acts. Including aerial trapeze artist Jackie Armstrong who performs without a harness or safety net.
The act features more than thirty acrobats, jugglers, drummers, dancers, stunt-men, and, of course, clowns. And the troupe will live in their caravans while playing on the West End stage.
Adele has topped a chart of the most popular acts in the world according to an international music trade body; the IFPI.
The London born singer has been named as the most popular recording artist in the world for 2015 for sales, downloads and streams. That's despite her album 25 only being released in November but still managing to sell more than 15 million copies.
The lead single from the album, Hello, was number one in more than thirty countries globally, including the UK, US, Germany and Australia.
The top ten artists are:
1 - Adele 2 - Ed Sheeran 3 - Taylor Swift 4 - Justin Bieber 5 - One Direction 6 - Coldplay 7 - Maroon 5 8 - Sam Smith 9 - Drake 10 - The Weeknd
All of sudden, from out of no where, this cast of characters suddenly appeared.Read the full story ›
Garage star Craig David stopped at a Camden record store today - because it was playing one of his old hits as he walked past.Read the full story ›
London may be one of the world's most photographed cites, but you've probably never seen the capital quite like this before.Read the full story ›
Nineteen years after their debut single, the group is back with a song inspired by Nicole Appleton's divorce from Liam Gallagher.Read the full story ›
he tours are part of events marking 400 years since Shakespeare's death.Read the full story ›
Fatman Scoop took commuters by surprise and urged them to them to "drop a quid in..." as they passed by.Read the full story ›