The Victoria and Albert Museum will host a major exhibition of fashion designer Lee Alexander McQueen's work.
He is hailed as one of the most innovative designers of his generation and is celebrated as being an extraordinary creative talent.
The latest production begins in June and runs until early August.Read the full story ›
Former EastEnders actress Martine McCutcheon has introduced her first child to the world, saying, "I have never been so in love."Read the full story ›
David Cameron has toady announced 27 new Free Schools in the capital - pledging more to come if the Conservatives win the General Election.Read the full story ›
This year's contestants for the Eurovision Song Contest have been revealed. Electro Velvet will take to the stage in Vienna on 23rd May.Read the full story ›
Madame Tussauds has released the first images of the early work in progress of Luke Skywalker, Han Solo and Princess Leia's wax figuresRead the full story ›
David Beckham posed for a selfie on top of Wellington Arch in central London with best friends Tom Cruise and Guy Ritchie.
The picture was taken on Sunday after David finished hosting a party at Hyde Park Corner to mark the relaunch of his whiskey brand, Haig Club.
World-renowned conductor Sir Simon Rattle is joining the London Symphony Orchestra as music director.
Sir Simon will join the LSO in September 2017 from the Berlin Philharmonic, where he has led the orchestra since 2002.
Last month, Chancellor George Osborne gave his backing to a campaign led by Sir Simon to build a concert hall, and a feasibility study is now under way for the project.
During my work with the LSO over the last years, I noticed that, despite the orchestra's long and illustrious history, they almost never refer to it.
Instead, refreshingly, they talk about the future - what can they make anew, what can they improve, how can they reach further into the community?
In terms of musical excellence, it is clear that the sky's the limit, but equally important, in terms of philosophy, they constantly strive to be a 21st century orchestra. We share a dream in which performing, teaching and learning are indivisible, with wider dissemination of art at our centre. I cannot imagine a better or more inspiring way to spend my next years, and feel immensely fortunate to have the LSO as my musical family and co-conspirators.
Visitors will be able to hop on board 5972 Olton Hall, which weighs 75 tonnes, as part of a new exhibit opening at the attraction in March.Read the full story ›
Warner Brothers is preparing to unveil a new permanent expansion to the current "Making of Harry Potter" studio tour in Leavesden.
It will feature the original Hogwarts Steam Engine and a recreation of Platform Nine and Three Quarters.
It'll open to the public later this month.