The music video for No Frauds shows the US rapper sitting on the bridge where the Westminster terror attack happened just weeks ago.Read the full story ›
The singer, who lives in East London, has dyed her hair pink for the release of her new single 'Baby' with British producer Anton Powers.Read the full story ›
In less than a week's time the Royal Greenwich Tall Ships Festival gets underway. It's the biggest event in London over the Easter weekend. The event, from 13th-16th April is expected to attract hundreds of thousands of visitors to see more than 30 magnificent Tall Ships stationed on the banks of the Thames at Woolwich and Greenwich.
Here are some of the highlights:
- The opening night in Woolwich, on Thursday 13 April, will feature Glenn Tilbrook from Squeeze (7.45pm) and Hydromania, a spectacular performance of light, sound and water (8.30pm)
- A farewell fireworks display the Royal Arsenal riverside in Woolwich is scheduled for 9.45pm on Saturday, 15 April (dependent on weather and conditions)
- The fleet of Tall Ships assembles for the departing Parade of Sail on the River Thames at Deptford Creek and Maritime Greenwich, on Sunday 16 April. The ships depart Greenwich at 5pm, passing Woolwich at around 5.45pm, and will be visible from the whole riverfront of the borough.
The workman, apparently on his lunchbreak, played a bit of 'boogie woogie'.Read the full story ›
The West End show picked up prizes including best actor for Jamie Parker, who plays the boy wizard.Read the full story ›
The Duke handed over the Britain-Australia Society Award for 2016 in his capacity as patron of the Britain-Australia Society.Read the full story ›
The 1st Bushey Heath Scout Group headquarters where the popstar first performed around 40 years ago was falling down and beginning to rot.Read the full story ›
The pair were inspired by 80s movie mannequin for the latest Carpool Karaoke.Read the full story ›
He delighted fans as he started off his performance playing his song 'Ordinary People'Read the full story ›