Review: Basement are back and they mean business at KOKO

Welcome back, Basement. Ipswich mob go big at KOKO headline gig...

Basement return to stake claim on the UK punk scene, with a big ol' headline show at London's KOKO.

It's Saturday, the venue is rammed and Ipswich locals Basement are back from their brief hiatus with a brilliant new record and an even better live show.

Watch Minimasters meet Edinburgh Rugby players at BT Murrayfield Stadium

Watch exactly what happened when our Minimasters took a tour of BT Murrayfield Stadium AND interviewed the players over lunch...

Minimasters Ben and Sam have invaded the BT Murrayfield Stadium to meet the Edinburgh Rugby team ahead of their highly-anticipated match this Saturday.

Edinburgh Rugby will take on Scarlets on Sunday 28 February at BT Murrayfield.

(Psst! Kids tickets start at just £1 for this weekend's match)

But not before they've faced our Minimasters...

Win! See the Bond In Motion in VIP style with a private guided tour

Find out how you can win a guided tour of Bond in Motion at the London Film Museum.

We've got an amazing competition for anyone wanting to experience the Bond In Motion exhibition in VIP style.

To celebrate our 2 for 1 offer on Bond In Motion tickets - available for one week only - we're offering one winner a very special trip to the London Film Museum exhibition. 

Here's what you can win:

Bond In Motion competition terms and conditions

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Charlie and the Chocolate Factory to close on West End

2016 will be Charlie and the Chocolate Factory's last year on the West End - full details

Sam Mendes' production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is to bid farewell to London's Theatre Royal Drury Lane next year.


The hit show will now enjoy its final year on the West End after confirming it will be booking until 7 January 2017.

Preview: Disney are plotting something spectacular for Aladdin’s West End debut

Here's what happened when we met the West End stars of Disney's Aladdin...

Walt Disney Theatricals aren't ones to do things by halves, and their plans for Aladdin's West End premiere suggest their latest UK opening is set to follow suit.

Earlier this week we joined press and theatre tastemakers to hear all about Disney's Aladdin; set to open at London's Prince Edward Theatre on 15 June.

Head of Walt Disney Theatricals, Thomas Schumacher, talked us through the key details of the new production while on stage at the Lyceum Theatre - current home of Disney's The Lion King.

Photos: SikTh and Suicidal Tendencies support Slipknot in the UK

See all the snaps as SikTh and Suicidal Tendencies support Slipknot in Leeds

SikTh and Suicidal Tendencies stepped up to support Slipknot in the UK earlier this month and Ticketmaster Photographer, Steven Haddock, was there to catch the action in Leeds...

See the full Slipknot photo gallery.

Camden Rocks Festival returns for 5th year with SikTh, Young Guns & more

Over 200 bands will take to 20 different venues throughout Camden Town this June

Camden Rocks WILL be back for a fifth year, having announced the first batch of bands today.

Over 200 bands will take to 20 different venues throughout Camden Town on Saturday 4 June 2016, including SikTh, Young Guns, We Are The Ocean, InMe, Ginger Wildheart, Norma Jean and more.

Check out the latest line-up below...

Review: The End of Longing, Playhouse Theatre

Matthew Perry makes his writing debut on the West End - read the full review from Ticketmaster's Matt Buttell.

Thanks to the phenomenon that was Friends, Matthew Perry will forever be known as Chandler Bing. But in The End of Longing, both written by and starring Perry, he goes some way to distance himself from the iconic character – although it’d be wrong to say Chandler isn’t there to some degree, somewhere in the periphery.

Here’s what the GRAMMYs taught us about music in 2016

Get ready, 2016 is ALL about Kendrick Lamar, Meghan Trainor, Muse and Diplo.

It's safe to say the 58th Annual GRAMMY Awards did a pretty good job of celebrating the greatest artists in music today, with the biggest names in pop, country, rap, rock and metal being honoured.

So how does it all shape the next 10 months of music? Like so...

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