Take That will be performing at St Mary’s stadium on 25th May as part of their 30th anniversary tour.
The wonderful indie band saw off the likes of Arctic Monkeys, Everything Everything and Jorja Smith to win.
This year marks the fifth year in a row that NST has been nominated for prestigious theatre awards.
The much-anticipated film is set to be released March 8th, 2019.
Whilst failing to achieve the #1 spot in the UK, McCartney has returned to the prime spot in the US after 36 years.
The latest series, commencing on Friday night, will be the last.
10 years after its publication, Alice O’Hare takes a look at the phenomenal impact of Suzanne Collins’ teen dystopia.
As part of our extended 80s celebrations, Liana Dent looks back at Nintendo’s seminal platformer as it celebrates its 33rd birthday.
It looks like Warner Bros. will be on the hunt for another actor to take on the role of Superman.
Charlene Ford has managed to arrange a deal with the producers of 42nd Street, allowing her to work three shows out of eight per week.
John Legend becomes the first black man to reach EGOT status after an Emmy win for Jesus Christ Superstar.
The singer shared an intimate, caption-less picture of Mac Miller, after his death on Friday.
The rapper has died following a rumoured drug overdose, after struggling with substance abuse and mental health issues.
As part of our extended 80s celebrations, Bruno Russell looks back at the iconic British Comedy ‘Only Fools and Horses’ 37 years after the first episode aired.