A spectator was ejected from an event last year when his resemeblance to Jesus caused a stir among other fans
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Bigfoot on the loose? Residents report an eight-foot hairy apeman with demonic red eyes stalking Tunbridge Wells
Thursday 22 November 2012
The peaceful countryside that surrounds upmarket Tunbridge Wells is being stalked by an 8ft ape-like beast with 'demonic' red eyes, according to local residents.
Wednesday 31 October 2012
Too soon? Yeah, almost definitely. That's never stopped bad taste Halloween costumes before, though.
Friday 26 October 2012
Last Night: Have I Got News For You, BBC 1
Tuesday 23 October 2012
Anneka Rice has revealed she still has a huge stash of the famous jumpsuits from her TV series Challenge Anneka - and her children wear them for fancy dress parties.
Sunday 22 July 2012
What you wear in your dreams is very important. While in the pub with my fashion friend last week, she narrated a gruesome piece of night-time mind cinema, in which she'd been assaulted in a handicrafts shop by some girls she was at school with. "The worst part," she explained, "wasn't that I couldn't find the right colour of wool or that they were being so vile to me; it was when I realised I was wearing a horrible, horrible coat. And there was nothing I could do about it. I was saying, 'This isn't my coat, honest,' but they just didn't believe me."
A Doll's House, Young Vic, London
Dandy Dick, Richmond Theatre, London
St John's Night, Jermyn Street Theatre, London
Sunday 15 July 2012
Ibsen's marital drama still feels palpably radical in an imaginatively staged production
Thursday 12 July 2012
Gunmen have killed seven people and wounded 10 during loud street celebrations after the Palmeiras football team won the Brazilian Cup.
Wednesday 04 July 2012
Sir Arthur Wing Pinero’s 1887 comedy has been given a wide berth by directors - it was last staged in the West End in 1973 - and its author largely forgotten. Pinero was celebrated at his peak for his rehabilitation of the farce, and for a while outshone Wilde and Shaw, though his star waned and he died in relative obscurity.
Saturday 09 June 2012
How many lives will change in the wake of this week's damp festivities? Sharply observed and richly characterised, Harris's debut novel returns to a Metroland town at the Silver Jubilee of 1977.
Sunday 27 May 2012
Pablo Picasso, the painter, sculptor, founder of Cubism and creator of some 25,000 works of art, was also, it seems, something of a clown.
Tuesday 22 May 2012
When you sit down to dine at at tearoom containing items from one of the largest collections of Royal memorabilia in the world, you probably shouldn't be surprised to be asked to stand for the national anthem. However three disgruntled customers did just that and fell foul of the proprietor.
Wednesday 25 April 2012
Gareth Williams cried out for help from his landlady in the middle of the night while working at GCHQ at Cheltenham.
Tuesday 17 April 2012
Pippa Middleton could escape being drawn into a police inquiry unless a formal complaint is lodged over pictures which show her being driven through Paris by a friend apparently brandishing a handgun.
Friday 06 January 2012
Stores which bore the brunt of rampaging mobs during the summer riots face another two years before they resume trading at previous levels.
Saturday 27 August 2011
One of the things that first drew viewers to Mad Men – before Don Draper's existential angst, Roger Sterling's dubious wit or Joan Holloway's "hillsides" (copyright: Roger Sterling) – was the clothes. The hit US drama, now approaching its fifth series, remains a long-overdue reminder that our grandparents once dressed pretty darn sharp, too. So there's a crushing inevitability to the news that its costume designer, Janie Bryant, has teamed up with Banana Republic to produce an "official Mad Men clothing range".
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