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Argentina's iconic former first lady Evita Peron has been honoured in song, in film and currently on Broadway. Now her face will grace the nation's currency.
Next month, the director-provocateur will stage his eighth film festival in his hometown, Traverse City, Michigan.
Radio 1 has announced that Nick Grimshaw will replace Chris Moyles as breakfast show host after the long-running DJ announced his decision to leave this morning.
Actor James Corden proved he was “the governor” when he picked up a Tony award for his hit show One Man, Two Guvnors.
Original performers told that the curtain's coming down on their payments for recording sales
What is it about the familiarity of old movies that makes them impossible to turn off
As a hit revival of 'South Pacific' arrives in London from Broadway, Michael Coveney separates the classics from the rest
The Week in Arts
Passion play wins a place in the heart
Sir Tom Jones is to be honoured for his outstanding contribution to music at a respected charity event, it was announced today.
It is a thrilling show, says Victoria Summerley, but at £60 a ticket, shouldn't we be able to see all of it?
Andrew Lloyd Webber has not watched any of his TV shows or even seen himself on the small screen, the impresario said.
I'm on a train from Penzance to Paddington. I can see some trees and a shed. I'm coming back from Cornwall where I was doing some research for my next book.
He may have the boa – but can the Welsh actor fill Guy Pearce's platform shoes?
While you're pulling out the bubbly and belting out "Auld Lang Syne" this New Year's Eve, spare a thought for Lee Hurst, whose celebratory plans have had to be put on hold thanks to an unfortunately-timed date with the law.
Reality TV shows in which performers compete to become West End musical stars have led to record audience figures in London's theatreland.