The Edge is back for its weekly TV round up and what a treat we have in store for you this week! Featuring the news on a tribute at the 66th annual Emmy’s as well as more detail on Doctor Who’s return this weekend. Perfect to help fill your time during the last of your summer.
The upcoming film is a sequel to 2012′s The Woman in Black, which has become the UK’s most successful horror of all time.
The Game of Thrones star will feature in the upcoming drama, one of a series of 20th century literature BBC One adaptations.
Judi Dench joins the cast for BBC Two’s new mini-series.
The combination of lush orchestral writing, with imaginative reinventions of classic songs and excellent (un-autotuned) singing is impressive, says Hannah Mylrea.
The Fire Inside is an incredibly powerful and strong debut album by Luke Sital-Singh, his folk sound perfectly combines upbeat and gentler tracks highlighting his talent with haunting vocals and lyrical originality.
Rae Morris releases new single and EP in the lead up to the release of her first full-length album.
Clean Bandit has transitioned nicely from a largely unknown band to a prominent figure in the music scene after the release of their immensely popular …
Over a decade since Maroon 5 released first album Songs About Jane, they can still top the charts; but recent albums are no match to their debut.
Announcement on Monday, tickets sold out within a minute on Tuesday, show time on Wednesday. Whoever kept Gerard Way’s first solo show a secret deserves a medal.
William Control and his support acts did a fine job of bringing some gothic glamour to a drizzly Southampton evening at The Joiners
You may not have heard of Rae Morris now, but you most certainly will in six months time.
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There is nothing to sink your teeth into; the film is forgettable and is likely to become lost in an oblivion of ‘just another one of those romantic comedies’, writes Lewis Taplin.