News The incident happened at the Leicester Square Premier Inn

The twenty-year-old also urinated on the Premier Inn floor and racially abused a staff member. He told the judge: “I really am truly ashamed of myself”

This Is It, Odeon Leicester Square, London

No thriller, this is just bad

Win tickets to the Thomas & Friends premiere

All aboard as Thomas & Friends are back with their new feature 'Hero of the Rails.'

Alex James: A dedicated follower of farmyard fashion

Rural Notebook

First Night: Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, Odeon, Leicester Square

It's dark – but at least there's a kiss

First Night: Brüno, Empire, Leicester Square

Out of Austria: Brüno storms London

Stop Messing About, Leicester Square Theatre, London

Carry-on that's short on laughs

Indiana Jones and the child prodigies

Back in 1982, three 12-year-olds decided to remake Raiders of the Lost Ark. The result, premiering tonight, has even impressed Steven Spielberg. By Geoffrey Macnab

'I'm so proud of my daughter Miley' says Billy Ray Cyrus

Singer Billy Ray Cyrus spoke of his pride last night as he and daughter Miley attended the UK premiere of Hannah Montana The Movie.

Observations: Summer nights' sex comedy

An Austrian man, who looks like a cross between Walter Matthau and Paul Gambaccini, but sounds a bit like Jackie Mason as he probes your sex life for laughs in a theatre sounds like the stuff of bad dreams. But it's a scene that will replay live in London for a month from next week. Comedian and amateur sexologist Wolfgang Weinberger will attempt to answer the sexual queries of his audience, who will be divided along gender or gender role lines, relieving the tension of the situation with laughter along the way.

Hit Me!, Leicester Square Theatre, London

What a waste, what a waste (and I do mind)

Joan Rivers: A Work in Progress, Leicester Square Theatre, London<br/>Liberty, Shakespeare's Globe, London<br/>Twelfth Night, Tricycle, London

Joan Rivers is funniest &ndash; and most likeable &ndash; when she's at her most deadly

Anti-gun crime movement may close after loss of state funding

One of Britain's most successful anti-gun crime projects is in danger of closure after the Home Office refused to continue its funding.

Coming to a big screen near you &ndash; live opera

A season of performances from the Royal Opera House is to be screened live at cinemas in Britain and across Europe.

Sore ankle adds Flintoff to walking wounded

The fitness of England talisman Andrew Flintoff is this morning a serious cause for concern after he aggravated an ankle injury which forced him out of the attack and allowed Sri Lanka to take a more commanding position than they might have expected in this third and final Test.

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