Review: Matilda is something ‘truly special’ at Cambridge Theatre

Matt Buttell joins the hugely talented cast of Matilda at Cambridge Theatre - read the review

This month is Roald Dahl month, with the 13 September 2015 marking what would have been the author’s 99th birthday.

Based on his beloved book of the same name, Tim Minchin and Dennis Kelly's musical version of Matilda is a sight to behold. When the musical opened in 2011, it went on to win a then record-breaking seven Oliviers (2012), and has since gone on to win five Tony's on Broadway, and spawn productions in Australia and a US tour. Now in its fourth year in London, it's great to see Matilda's magical sparkle is yet to wear off – far from it, in fact.

Quiz: How well do you know Roald Dahl?

Find out how well you know the iconic novelist with this Road Dahl Day quiz...

We're celebrating Roald Dahl Day (13 September) with the ultimate quiz to find out how well you know the iconic novelist.

Don't forget to let us know how you did at @TicketmasterUK.

Matilda West End Ticketmaster review

Festival season! Minimasters pitch up at Camp Bestival 2015

Minimasters James, 7, and Grayson, 5, show us what they got up to at Camp Bestival with their family.

Minimasters James, 7, and Grayson, 5, get in the festival season spirit with a family trip to Camp Bestival 2015. James tells us what they got up to...

We went on Thursday and returned on Monday morning with mum and dad. On Thursday we all felt really excited about going to the event, we’ve been the last two years and absolutely love it!!!

Muse to play tiny ‘secret’ show in London TONIGHT

Muse fans will need to get to London's Electric Ballroom for 15:00 to be in with a chance of getting tickets

Hours after announcing their Drones World Tour 2016, Muse have gone and put London fans in a total tiz with news that they'll play a tiny show in the capital TONIGHT (Friday 11 September).

During their Radio 1 Live Lounge special with Clara Amfo, the band announced plans to play London's Electric Ballroom before the night is out.

Muse announce Drones World Tour with London, Manchester and Glasgow dates

Muse bring their Drones World Tour to the UK in April 2016 - full ticket details

The mighty Muse will play Glasgow, Manchester and London next April as part of their 2016 Drones World Tour.

Frontman Matt Bellamy confirmed the news on BBC Radio 2 this morning, saying the tour would feature the "most elaborate production we've done" and would include "lots of flying things... and real military drones".

Bellamy dished more details on the upcoming show, explaining the Devon rockers would perform in the round, adding, "it's our version of The Wall, basically".

Video: Wolf Alice cover One Direction’s Steal My Girl

Watch Wolf Alice cover One Direction's Steal My Girl ahead of headline tour

Wolf Alice have only gone and covered One Direction's Steal My Girl as part of their session for BBC Radio 1's Live Lounge.

Ellie Rowsell's vocals are as elegant as ever on the live cover, as the North London indie-punks put their irresistible stamp on the hit song.

Watch Wolf Alice perform Steal My Girl here.

Five of our favourite moments from Foo Fighters at Milton Keynes Bowl

Here's what happened when Foo Fighters spent the weekend headlining Milton Keynes Bowl...

This weekend Foo Fighters brought their long awaited Sonic Highways show to Milton Keynes Bowl. As the band head up to mighty Edinburgh for the final show of their UK leg (no pun intended), here are five of our favourite bits from yesterday's show. 

Ten things only tennis fans can relate to

From toilet breaks to tense tiebreakers, we get ready for Champions Tennis 2015.

With Champions Tennis 2015 fast approaching, we round up those all-too-familiar moments only tennis fans can relate to. It's more than just scoffing strawberries and cream, y'know!

1. Knowing that the longest rally in tournament play was a whopping 643 times. Snacks required.

ICYMI: Festival goers recreate Metallica’s Enter Sandman

Reading Festival-goers do their best Metallica impressions for our camera...

This video of festival goers recreating Metallica's Enter Sandman never fails to brighten our day.

Featuring some sneaky musicians in the mix, Reading Festival punters d0 their best Papa Het impressions for our camera.

Watch the full video here.

Review: Kinky Boots glitters at the Adelphi Theatre

Kinky Boots struts into the West End with glamour and glitz aplenty - read Matt Buttell's review here

If you’ve seen the 2005 film of the same name, you’d be forgiven for thinking you know what to expect with the Adelphi’s adaptation of Kinky Boots.

In many ways, you won’t be disappointed: narratively and thematically, this ballsy musical is fiercely loyal to its cinematic counterpart – a comedy-drama about a shoe factory's strait-laced heir-apparent, Charlie, who forms an unlikely friendship with drag queen Lola in order to save his family’s business. However, it’s Harvey Fierstein’s energetic script and Cyndi Lauper’s brave score that really define this show.

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