Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Entertainment

Entertainment

G olden Globes air tonight on NBC in the US, which officially opens film awards season with resplendent Hollywood glamour and red carpet panache. We thought we would take a quick look at what to expect from tonight's film awards....
  Let It Shine and The Voice UK both launched this weekend, going head-to-head in the battle for Saturday-night TV! Let it Shine appears to have won the ratings war based on the overnights, but which one do you prefer? Let It Shine...
N ew Year's Eve is upon us! Not sure what you have planned tonight, whether it is staying in with friends/family/the other half.  One thing is certain, if you are going out tonight, then make sure your personal safety remains...
Christmas TV is one of the biggest family traditions as we all sit down to watch the Queen's Speech on Christmas Day. It can also make or break Christmas Day fighting over what to watch, which is why it's always...
Christmas Office Party (15) is this season's festive comedy, starring Jason Bateman, Jennifer Aniston, T.J. Miller and Olivia Munn.  With an A-list star cast and well-respected directors Will Speck and Josh Gordon (think Blades of Glory) in charge of...
  Visual Noise by Dominican Artist Oscar Bello opened in Brixton this week. We got a chance to catch up with Oscar to discuss his work and what he loves about living in London. Who is Oscar Bello? Oscar Bello is a...
Ed Balls and Honey G both left Strictly and X Factor tonight!  Weekends are not going to be so much fun without this pair on our screens each week entertaining us! Week after week the controversial pair stayed in. Honey...
This week I have been in Glasgow, Manchester, York, Reading and Lancaster - and I am pooped. Travelling so much (albeit for work), allows you to get a glimpse of the country, all it’s beauty and just how different...
Guy Fawkes Night otherwise known as Bonfire Night is a British tradition dating back to the Gunpowder Plot of 1605.  Guy (Guido) Fawkes and his fellow conspirators were fed up of the persecution of Catholics which followed the reign of Elizabeth...
Breakfast at Tiffany's is without a doubt my favourite film of all time.  It has been 55 years since Truman Capote's timeless classic first made the big screen. Audrey Hepburn plays one of the most iconic screen characters Holly Golightly....
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