The world is weeping to ‘Sorrow’ and kicks off its shoes to ‘Let’s Dance’ following the singer's death
The post-punk band's new name is yet to be announced – for now, they are 'the band formerly known as Viet Cong'
Ronson didn’t immediately think that she would have a career in music, or even in some related discipline in entertainment
The innocent, gentle humour and lack of a clear storyline were frustrating for some, but for others the charming homespun sets and simple, well-executed visual jokes tapped into a childlike wonder that few modern forms of entertainment manage to achieve
The show's origins probably come from a brainstorming session where Madonna said: “I want it to look like a mashup of The Great Gatsby, Madame Butterfly and the Bible and anyone who says no will be spanked with this pineapple.”
Her falsetto is the thing that makes her really stand out
Used alongside her 'Box of Tricks', the gloves enable her to produce and record her music
The band name might be synonymous with rubbish, but the memories of tonight are to be treasured
Will Young’s new video starring a naked trans actor went viral, but what do trans musicians make of the statement?
The Mercury Prize nominated artist talks new album, gay marriage and quiting college
It might not be groundbreaking, but Adele's return with her familiar, smoky sound is very welcome
Place your bets on Florence + The Machine, Mumford & Sons and SOAK
The world's only Beatles historian has poured a decade of research into another 'definitive' book about the world's biggest band (he's written six other books on the subject already). Weighing in at a hefty 946 pages, and five cm thick, it only covers the early years of the Fab Four's lives, before they became famous; from birth to becoming involved in the Skiffle craze and forming their first band, the Quarry Men, up until 1962 when Brian Epstein began managing them and they signed a record deal.
Tanya Ronder tells Emily Jupp why her new play about climate change challenges our double standards on the issue
X Factor winner's words from the time evoke a breakup from a lover
Brave New World: Director composing stage version of Aldous Huxley's novel on why notion of a World State is more important than ever
A radical stage version of Aldous Huxley’s dystopian novel updates the action to the social media age