Tom Cruise will swap Hollywood for London tonight. He's in the City for the premiere of his latest blockbuster Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation.
It's the fifth film in the series, and also starts British actor Simon Pegg.
Pegg and Cruise will both attend the screening, along with leading lady Rebecca Ferguson and director Christopher McQuarrie.
The stars will be out in force at the BFI this evening, ahead of the film's release on 31 July.
Actor Jake Gyllenhaal has surprised fans by revealing he loves bakery giant Greggs, especially the £1.99 baguettes.Read the full story ›
A documentary on the career of the late London singer Amy Winehouse will be broadcast live this evening at half six.Read the full story ›
Dartford is removing a plaque at the town's station after former Stones guitarist Bill Wyman accused the council of 'rewriting history'.Read the full story ›
As one of Britain's biggest rock stars, Paul Weller's music is well known to millions. His private life has always been something of a mystery but that's all about to change with an exhibition at Somerset House. It charts his journey from a schoolboy in Woking to frontman of the Jam. And it's got the personal touch because it's curated by his sister. She took Ria Chatterjee for a look round.
A painting bought for just £30 is expected to fetch up to £350,000 when it goes up for auction later.
The Peter Blake work, Boys With New Ties, was purchased directly from the artist in the 1950s.
It's now being offered up at the Christie's Modern British and Irish Art sale.
Actor James Corden will receive an OBE for services to drama today.
The comedian, who is currently hosting the american talk show The Late Late Show, will be honoured at Buckingham Palace.
He has previously starred in the sitcom Gavin and Stacey and the play One Man, Two Guvnors.
Tate Britain has announced it will hold the first London museum retrospective for five decades of the work of Barbara Hepworth, one of Britain's leading artists.
Barbara Hepworth (1903-75) was a figure head of the international modern art movement in the 1930s, and one of the most successful sculptors in the world during the 1950s and 1960s.
The major retrospective will look at the different spaces where Hepworth presented her work, from the studio to the landscape and will open on 24th June.
More than half a million people are expected to enjoy London's annual free musical theatre festival this weekend.
West End Live, returning for its 11th year, will take place in Trafalgar Square and Leicester Square.
Crowds will be able to enjoy highlights from shows including American Idiot, Beautiful (The Carole King Musical), The Dreamers, Gypsy, Memphis The Musical, Sunny Afternoon and Seven Brides For Seven Brothers.
Parents have crowded into a London charity shop to try to snap up one of just 25 outfits donated by Harper Beckham, starting at £150.Read the full story ›