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A delegation of coaches from Belgium are coming to see what we are doing right
It is the second time Archbishop Tutu’s home has been raided in less than four months
Bored with buying the same old scent? Opt instead for glamorous packaging and luxurious formulations for lovers of lotions and potions, says Kate Rose Morris
An E4 show called Beauty and the Geek, used to be a guilty pleasure of mine. Guilty because while I enjoyed the spectacle of paired-up strangers bringing out the best in one another other, I didn't enjoy the reductive labelling or the sexist gender division whereby the "geek" was always a man and the "beauty" was always a woman.
The dance routines! The insanity! The naked tanning sessions! That's showbiz!
Next to today’s sketch troupes, Python is not looking so strange
Roll up, roll up! See the tattooed man with no job and £71 a week to support his whole family
The Pixies without bassist Kim Deal should feel like a jam sandwich cream without the sugar-coated jam. The best bit is surely missing and with it the warmth and the evocative, breathy vocals the charismatic Deal provides.
Would you want to go out for a drink with every one of your Twitter followers? Probably not. But that’s exactly what one man from Glasgow has just done.
The known quantity is a factor that London theatre has a depressing habit of unduly relying upon. Think of all those screen-to-stage adaptations that angle to clean up at the box office by feeding audiences with the safely familiar or the slew of preview pieces that these days excessively prime punters on what to anticipate.
The Pianist star will play the famous illusionist Harry Houdini in upcoming mini-series
This is an abominable time of year for the radio listener. Early August is when the big-name presenters pack up and sod off to the Seychelles, leaving their shows in the hands of the unqualified and confused. It's a time when the interns run riot, and when producers press the big button marked "pre-recorded tat" and disappear off for a nap.
James Anderson’s 10 wickets in the first Ashes Test at Trent Bridge showed he is England’s “magician”, according to the former pace bowler Bob Willis. His spellbinding deliveries could oust Willis from the No 2 spot in the list of England’s top Test wicket-takers at Lord’s over the next five days.
Unicorn Theatre, London