We may be have missed out on Eurovision, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy the music.
The contest may have been cancelled, but the show still went on – and what a show it was!
Megan Crossman details the controversies of this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.
We’ve gathered in Stags’ to watch Eurovision, so you don’t have to (but what are you doing if you’re not, really?)…
After Sue Perkins’ hosting for the past couple of years, Graham Norton is back to host the ceremony.
Michael Rice hopes to change the UK’s run of bad luck with his ballad, ‘Bigger Than Us’.
English act Lucy Jones finished with 111 points.
The Edge team will be embracing our inner Graham Norton to bring you all the latest news and musings from this year’s Eurovision from 7:30pm.
Russian MPs had previously called for a boycott of the event, due to be held in Kiev in May.
The chosen way to invoke Article 50? Bore them to death, apparently.
In the light of Britain leaving the EU, The Edge writers take a look at some of their entertainment favourites from Europe
The first Eurovision Song Concert take place sixty years ago today in Switzerland on 24th May 1956.
Ukraine’s Eurovision entry Jamala won the international song contest with her controversial song, ‘1944’.