Lock up your zimmer frames. Jimmy Page and Robert Plant, the grandpas of rawk, arrive in London on Tuesday 25 March for a show at the Forum in Kentish Town. Tickets for the show - the pair's first together in three years - go on sale tomorrow morning in Virgin Megastore in Oxford Street, London at 8am, are limited to two per person and cost pounds 22.50 each. Page and Plant are currently touring Mystic East, but fans can expect to hear material from the forthcoming album Walking Into Clarksdale and even a few Led Zep golden oldies.
Carry on camping. The highlight of the 12th London Lesbian Gay and Film Festival will, of course, be our very own David Benedict who, with Amy Lame, will be dishing up an exploration of "Camp Cooking and Queer Cuisine". Once you've feasted on that, there are over 180 screenings of the best in gay and lesbian cinema, from a Mother's Day of films celebrating mater to rare 70s porn which, it says here, makes Boogie Nights look like Noddy. To 26 March, National Film Theatre, BFI on the South Bank, Waterloo, London SE1; Box Office 0171 928 3232 or visit www.llgff.co.uk