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Tribute-show acts are not the real deal, professional copycats complain

BBC1's latest Saturday night entertainment flagship promises a prime-time talent show that will "leave viewers amazed and wondering if seeing is believing" as look- and sound-a-like singers battle it out for the chance of a three-month residency in Las Vegas performing as the celebrity of their choice.

Preview: Hans Teeuwen, Soho Theatre, London

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24 Hours In Palm Springs

Fill up on culture at the gas station. See the final resting place of Ol' Blue Eyes. Eat at Cary Grant's house...

Glorious! Duchess Theatre, London

Last night's television: Far too many nits and misses

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Talking Jazz

Tom Waits, Hammersmith Apollo, London

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Forest's late flurry brings victory the Clough way

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Ray Charles

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Jailhouse Rock, Piccadilly Theatre, London

Before the curtain rises on Jailhouse Rock, the scene is set: we're in coach-party land, with Perry Como and Frank Sinatra crooning anodyne songs. This is a show for people who are ready for something a bit more daring than Cliff Richard but don't want to get carried away.

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Dissent is slowly building against the billions spent on presidential campaigns – even among politicians themselves

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Dissent is slowly building against the billions spent on presidential campaigns – even among politicians themselves, reports Rupert Cornwell
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