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It's been a hit in more than more than 40 countries and involves lots of sequins, tears and laughter.
The musical, Mamma Mia, based around two dozen of Abba's most famous songs has arrived at the region's biggest theatre for a four-week run.
Christine Alsford went to The Mayflower to meet the stars and take a look backstage.
Harry Potter's house - the property used in the film as the Dursleys home - is up for sale in Bracknell.
But if £475,000 is a little steep for a bit of memorabilia from the films, there may be something else fans can get their hands on instead.
A letter delivered to the number 4 Privet Drive - by owl - is up for auction next week.
it's part of a huge collection of props from films and TV shows being sold off. Wesley Smith has been to see what else is up for grabs.
He was catapulted to fame in the late 70s and 80s - with his electronic music - and picked up an army of fans.
Now 58-year-old musician Gary Numan is back on tour and performing here in the South.
On Thuesday evening night he's at Oxford's O2 Academy and on Saturday he will perform at Pyramids in Portsmouth.
Andy Bevan has been to talk to Gary about his career
Brighton Festival has announced that the Guest Director for Brighton Festival 2017 is the acclaimed recording artist, poet, playwright and novelist, Kate Tempest..
Described by the Guardian as ‘one of the brightest British talents around', her prolific output across multiple disciplines has attracted considerable acclaim and a unique range of audiences.
Having made her live debut as a spoken-word artist at just 16, Tempest initially described herself as a rapper. However she is now equally at home as a poet, novelist, musician and playwright - garnering extraordinary success in each field.
Fans now have the chance of owning what is arguably the ultimate Harry Potter collectible and one of the most famous houses in the world, the home of Harry Potter and his cupboard under the stairs.
The property in Picket Post Close in Bracknell, known as 4 Privet Drive in the film, was selected out of hundreds of houses around the UK to become the home of Harry's Uncle Vernon, Aunt Petunia and cousin Dudley Dursley.
Although the house itself only features in the first film, it was recreated along with the entire street in a studio for the remaining phenomenally successful series.
Enquiries about the house, which is on the market for £475,000, have been coming in from around the world.
Mel Bloor's been having a look around:
A community theatre in Brighton has launched a last-ditch plea for funding to save it from closure.
Actors are currently rehearsing a performance of Sweeney Todd at the venue 88 London Road - which needs to raise £5,000 to stay open.
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TV stars Ant and Dec and Holly Willoughby have joined Phillip Schofield for a charity event in Berkshire.
They were the hot shots of the day at Phillip and Stephanie Schofield’s Clay Pigeon Shoot, held at the Royal Berkshire Shooting School on Friday. In aid of Shooting Star Chase.
The event was in aid of Shooting Star Chase.
Phillip Schofield, who's been a Patron of the children’s hospice charity for over 15 years, hosted the event with his wife, Stephanie. They welcomed a total of 25 teams to one of the UK’s premiere shooting schools, raising over £40,000.
Declan Donnelly, who accidentally broke a gun during the shoot, said: “I don't know how it happened - maybe I'm too strong! But the most important thing is I beat Ant. We were neck and neck until the last stand but I won in the end. Ant isn't very happy about it but I'm over the moon!
"It's been a brilliant day and everyone's had a laugh, and to be able to raise a few quid for a very worthy cause at the same time is great. The charity is amazing - any parent wouldn't want to use a hospice but the fact that Shooting Star Chase is there if the worst happens is really reassuring."
Phillip Schofield said about Shooting Star Chase: “I've known the charity for so long I remember having the plans for one of the hospices on my kitchen table. And if you visit, you realise it's not a place of sadness - it's a place of joy and celebration, and a place of happiness for families in those final hours, days or months.
"It's awful to think anyone has to step through those doors but I'm so grateful the angels that work at Shooting Star Chase are on the other side. The charity do an utterly incredible job and that's why I'm proud to be involved.”