Given that David Baddiel's first stand up show for 16 years apparently arose out of an educational talk, the George Square Theatre (a lecture hall for the rest of the year), is a venue match made in heaven. It's also a far cry from the comedian's Wembley Arena days of rock n' roll comedy.
In the wake of the boy band star's contract signing with Doncaster, we take a look at other well-known names to have expressed their support for a certain club
In the long history of troubled and self-destructive comedians, few have been quite as troubled or as self-destructive as Richard Pryor (1940-2005), the subject of Marina Zenovich’s new feature doc. The film - a UK premiere at the Sheffield Doc Fest - has barely started when we hear about Pryor setting himself on fire after a booze and freebasing cocaine binge.
Model, actress and television personality Caprice is expecting a baby just a month after a surrogate mother is expected to give birth for her.
Think Bournemouth is all beach-strolling and cycling?
Emily Dugan meets the man whose DNA should confirm the identity of a body found in Leicester
Prosecutors are investigating a popular television comedian for allegedly insulting the President. An Islamist lawyer filed the charges against Bassem Youssef, whose show on the private satellite channel is modelled on Jon Stewart's The Daily Show in the US.
You can't beat Beats. Or can you?
The Mid-Beds MP hoped she would leave a political impression. She hasn't
His new film shows he's his own man, says Brandon Cronenberg
Plymouth-based Olympic medalist Tom Daley is diving into primetime TV with a new show.
Celebrity Reflection set sail this month with a mission to leave old-school stuffiness in her wake. Leslie Woit climbed aboard to discovered the naked truth
Family and friends mourned the son of movie star Sylvester Stallone at a private funeral over the weekend, one week after he was found dead in his Los Angeles homes.
National Front leader Marine Le Pen fails in her bid to enter French parliament
You feel a sense of elation seeing yourself on a billboard It's like: five years ago I was pulling pints, and now look. But being recognised is something you have to learn to deal with. It is kind of shocking – you still consider yourself to be the same as anyone else.
Predictably, they're calling it the wedding of the century as the royal couple of Tinseltown get engaged