Review: The Dresser, Duke of York’s Theatre

It’s becoming something of a current theme in the West End for one show to be about putting on another. Funny Girl. Gypsy. The Libertine. All are shows of recent...

It’s becoming something of a current theme in the West End for one show to be about putting on another.

Funny Girl. Gypsy. The Libertine. All are shows of recent months that have explored the relationship between the craft of the stage and the performer, each to varying degrees of success, pathos and drama.

Review: Murder Ballad, The Arts Theatre

There’s something quite special about Murder Ballad – the current production packing out The Arts Theatre in London’s West End. The quartet of performers appearing in the show are all...

There’s something quite special about Murder Ballad – the current production packing out The Arts Theatre in London’s West End.

The quartet of performers appearing in the show are all powerhouses of the stage, with countless West End and Broadway credits between them. And so, in many ways, just the fact that they are performing together, in such an intimate setting as The Arts, is as good a reason as any to go and see the show.

10 of the best Dirty Dancing moments to get you pumped for its West End run

We can all agree that the 1987 dance movie is one of the best of all time – the plot, the music and the Swayze! And now Dirty Dancing is making a return...

We can all agree that the 1987 dance movie is one of the best of all time – the plot, the music and the Swayze!

And now Dirty Dancing is making a return to the West End for a limited run at the Phoenix Theatre from 6 December 2016.

Review: UFC title comes to the UK – and we were there!

Mixed Martial Arts landed in the UK last weekend with UFC204 in Manchester, its first Pay Per View outside North America since 2010 – and we were there to soak up...

Mixed Martial Arts landed in the UK last weekend with UFC204 in Manchester, its first Pay Per View outside North America since 2010 – and we were there to soak up all the action.

Weekend city guide: 14 – 16 October

Concerts, theatre and sport, oh my! Some great things are happening across the UK this weekend.

Concerts, theatre and sport, oh my! Some great things are happening across the UK this weekend.

Why not take inspiration from the nippy, wet weather? Chill out with curling or ice hockey. Catch several cool bands which have recently kicked off UK tours. Get carried away to a wintery wonderland with Disney. Or immerse yourself in real-life survival stories from places like frozen Antarctica with Bear Grylls. So many choices!

Interview: We catch up with Doc Brown ahead of RNIB’s See Through Sound concert

RNIB’s inaugural See Through Sound concert takes place at London’s Cadogan Hall on Friday 14 October 2016 and will feature performances from a stellar line-up of artists, including Badly Drawn Boy,...

RNIB's inaugural See Through Sound concert takes place at London’s Cadogan Hall on Friday 14 October 2016 and will feature performances from a stellar line-up of artists, including Badly Drawn Boy, Newton Faulkner, Doc Brown, Kevin Simm, Vaults and Andy Jordan.

As sighted people, do we listen with our eyes? What if we couldn’t see the performers, the stage, the environment, the lights or other audience members?

Five things we absolutely loved about the NFL International Series at Wembley Stadium

The NFL International Series is back in the UK for 2016 with three games this year and we went to see the Jaguars take on the Colts.

The NFL International Series is back in the UK for 2016 with three games this year and we went to see the Jaguars take on the Colts.

Celebrate 30 years of The Phantom of the Opera in the West End

This coming Monday, the West End production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s iconic musical will celebrate its 30th anniversary with a very special gala performance. In aid of The Music in...

This coming Monday, the West End production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s iconic musical will celebrate its 30th anniversary with a very special gala performance.

In aid of The Music in Secondary Schools Trust, the special performance on 10 October will see the current cast of The Phantom of the Opera joined onstage by members of the original company, along with other VIPs, in what promises to be a spectacular finale.

Korn’s new video for Corey Taylor collaboration is something else!

Just a week after Korn’s big tour announcement for the UK comes a brand new video from the band’s latest studio album The Serenity of Suffering. The video for A...

Just a week after Korn’s big tour announcement for the UK comes a brand new video from the band’s latest studio album The Serenity of Suffering.

The video for A Different World is taken from the band’s twelfth album and features the vocals of Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor. Directed by Luis Tellez, the video is an animated masterpiece, peppering the excitement for the band’s upcoming tour. The Serenity of Suffering is set to arrive on 21 October and was produced by Nick Raskulinecz.

Counting down to The Rugby Championship: 15 things you should know

For the first time ever, two southern hemisphere teams will play a test match outside their core territories. They’ll battle it out in the northern hemisphere – right here in the UK!

For the first time ever, two southern hemisphere teams will play a test match outside their core territories. They’ll battle it out in the northern hemisphere – right here in the UK!

London is hosting The Rugby Championship this weekend. It’s the final game of the 2016 competition, with the Argentina Pumas (the “home” team) taking on the Australia Wallabies.

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