Dirty Dancing, The Sound of Music and Cabaret are proving popular film choices in the new scheme run at Peterborough City Hospital
Where are you now and what can you see?
TV's Superstar victor looks to be having a riot as he is seen in his winning role for the first time - facing baton-wielding police.
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.
His ability to transform water into wine is well known, but the Bible tells us less about his coffee-making abilities. Which is perhaps why Jesus Christ will endorse the Magnifica bean-to-cup cappuccino coffee maker as ITV offers brands the chance to embed their products in its new search to find a West End star.
His ability to transform water into wine is well known. But now Jesus Christ will endorse the Magnifica bean-to-cup cappuccino coffee maker as ITV offers brands the chance to embed their products in its new search to find a West End star.
The Dutch-born entertainer Johannes Heesters, who made his name performing in Germany and was dogged later by controversy over his Nazi-era past, died on 24 December at the age of 108. Born in the Netherlands on 5 December 1903, Heesters made his stage debut on the big stage at the Volksoper in Vienna in 1934. His career took off in Berlin where, he became a crowd favourite at the Komische Oper and Admiralspalast. He gained fame appearing in films such as Die Leuchter des Kaisers [The Emperor's Candlesticks] and Das Hofkonzert [The Court Concert].
Original performers told that the curtain's coming down on their payments for recording sales
Dorothy delivers but a four-legged star steals Lloyd Webber's show
Ghosts from the past brought to life in poignant tale of love and war
As 'Les Miserables' celebrates its 25th anniversary, its producer Cameron Mackintosh talks to Arifa Akbar about frugality and the future of British theatre
Passion play wins a place in the heart
The Phantom of the Opera is back in the musical Love Never Dies. Andrew Lloyd Webber tells Edward Seckerson how he came up with the story, composed the music and takes criticism
Andrew Lloyd Webber has been re-admitted to hospital after developing a "chronic infection" following surgery for prostate cancer.
'Phantom' composer is expected to return to work by the end of the year
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.