Iconic photographs of Oasis over the past two decades have gone on display in London.
Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone were among the stars of the Amazing Spider-Man 2 to grace the red carpet at the world premiere in London.
Political cartoonist Gerald Scarfe gets bar named after him and his 'own personal art gallery' in Holborn hotel.
Hackney based artist David Batchelor. has exhibited at the Tate, Museum of Modern Art in New York and contributed to the likes of Frieze magazine.
Here's a quick look at the assembly of 'Chromolocomotion'.
Designed by Hackney based artist David Batchelor, Chromolocomotion is a 20m by 10m explosion of colour, made up of 44 brightly coloured, L-shaped sections of transparent polycarbonate.
A Lebanese restaurant in Maida Vale has been named the UK's best takeaway. According to an online food ordering website, The Cedar took the top spot of 9000 competitors across the UK.
Owner Sami Khoueiry said, “I only accept the very highest quality. Whether it be from my ingredients or the staff I employ, I expect the food The Cedar serves to be good enough to feed myself and my own family. And I would only give my family the very best.”
The Apollo Theatre will officially re-open tomorrow night after a ceiling collapse shut it down for 3 months.
Heavy ornate plasterwork fell onto audience members during a performance of The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time in December injuring nearly 80 people.
Opening night will launch with a production of "Let the Right One In" adapted from
the Swedish novel and cult film by John Ajvide Lindqvist.
Sixties folk star Donovan is set to perform at the unveiling today of a hi-tech blue plaque in Denmark Street, known as the British Tin Pan Alley because of all the famous artists who recorded there.
The plaque, which will have audio and video, will be presented at the Giaconda Dining Rooms, an old haunt of stars Jimi Hendrix, David Bowie and Marc Bolan.
Donovan is to mark the occasion by performing 'Tin Pan Alley' - a song he wrote especially for the occasion.
The singer-songwriter made his first recording there. Jimi Hendrix also recorded there and The Rolling Stones made their eponymous debut album at Regent Sound Studios in 1964.
Television cook Nigella Lawson has been stopped from flying to the United States after admitting she took cocaine, the Daily Mail reports.
Ms Lawson was apparently barred from boarding a flight from Heathrow to Los Angeles at the weekend.
During the trial of her and ex-husband Charles Saatchi's personal assistants, the 54-year-old admitted to taking the class A drug.
An eyewitness told the newspaper Ms Lawson attempted to board a British Airways flight but was turned away.
The onlooker said: "She didn't seem to say much but she did not look happy. She could not get on the flight so she had to turn around and leave."
A spokesman for the television cook refused to comment on the report.
A sneak preview of Robert Lindsay performing in new musical Dirty Rotten Scoundrels has been released ahead of tonight's opening performance at the Savoy Theatre.
Lindsay, who starred in hit sitcom My Family, appears alongside Rufus Hound in the stage adaptation of the hit film.
Emma Watson and Russell Crowe were among the stars to walk a stormy red carpet in Leicester Square on Monday night as they attended the premiere of Biblical drama Noah.
Fans flooded to see the cast of the film which included Jennifer Connelly, Ray Winstone, Logan Lerman, Douglas Booth and director Darren Aronofsky.
Former Harry Potter star Watson, who plays Noah's adopted daughter Elah in the film, revealed that her character's childbirth scenes were "really nerve-wracking".