Former Coronation Street star Helen Flanagan is set to visit Malvern as she makes her theatrical stage debut in 2024.
A mural painted by Banksy which first appeared not long after Britain voted to leave the European Union (EU) has been destroyed after the building it was painted on was knocked down.
An expansive exhibition in San Francisco brings together the artist’s influential work, including five newly attributed pieces
A theatre is set to host a preview screening telling the story of a local war hero who helped rescue hundreds of children from the Nazis before the Second World War.
Frances Sternhagen, a Tony-winning actress with many decades on the stage and screen, died Monday of natural causes in New Rochelle, N.Y. She was known for her recurring role as the regal grandmother of Dr. Carter (Noah Wyle) on “ER” and as Cliff’s mother on “Cheers,” for which she was twice nominated for Emmys. “Frannie, …
Torchbearers of the lives and work of design's most influential figures, the daughter of Achille Castiglioni and the granddaughter of Charles and Ray Eames, talk to WWD about the challenges involved in keeping their history intact for future generations.
“My heart will continue to be broken,” the Broadway legend said in conversation with Hillary Clinton during a live podcast taping of “You and Me Both”
3/5 Fiennes and Indira Varma have an easy chemistry but apart from the design and locations, this is a standard Scottish play
The desire to transfer the thrills of surfing on to dry land created the monumental culture of skateboarding, now vividly documented in a new exhibition.
Exmouth entrepreneur Grace Middleton, who co-founded an art print shop in February, has won the Devon Women in Business Female Start-Up of the Year Award 2023.
Cutlasses and caterpillars; bubbles floating past camera; a kangaroo, glimpsed only for a moment, shivering amid snowflakes: these are just some of the images in John Akomfrah’s kaleidoscopic new 50-min film installation, Arcadia, which receives its British premiere in Plymouth, at The Box. Divided into six “cantos”, and flecked with quotations from The Interpretation of Dreams and Paradise Lost, it seeks to dramatise, in a deliberately poetic and elusive manner, the now-oft-told story of Europe
London has a world-leading theatre scene, and it’s particularly strong when it comes to family shows. Head to the West End, and beyond, and you’ll find everything from beloved Disney movies-turned-enthralling musicals to innovative, accessible shows featuring puppetry, comedy, songs and more.
Frances Sternhagen, the versatile actress whose half-century on Broadway included two Tony Awards, seven nominations and memorable roles in Equus, On Golden Pond and The Heiress, has died. She was 93. Sternhagen died peacefully Monday of natural causes at her home in New Rochelle, New York, her family said in a statement obtained by The Hollywood Reporter. “We continue …
If you are heading to the Octagon over the festive season my advice would be to buckle up and enjoy the ride as the cast of this fast-paced adventure story take you across continents in a charming re-working of a classic tale
A café unit has now gone on the market for a new business to take over after it closed down.
Omid Scobie's 'Endgame' keeps spilling the royal tea.
Portugal is to go ahead with plans to end “golden visas” for thousands of British expats.
‘You are not obligated to rename your dog,’ one person writes in defence
Buckingham Palace is considering whether it should take action after the King and Princess of Wales were named in the Dutch version of a new book as senior royals who questioned what skin colour Prince Archie would have. The writer said an investigation had been launched into how the names were included in the translated version of Endgame, which Dutch publisher, Xander Uitgevers, said had been pulled from shelves in the Netherlands due to an "error".
Presenter says Britons who fund royals are entitled to know