Grimeswatch: in the concert hall, on the beach, round town …
Promoter Frank Warren believes WBO light-heavyweight champion Nathan Cleverly must impress in his title defence against Robin Krasniqi if he is to fight Bernard Hopkins.
Unfrozen pipes at the best festival of the winter
Taylor won his 16th world title on Tuesday night, beating Michael van Gerwen
Singing sensation Susan Boyle has launched this year's Scottish Poppy Appeal.
Scottish First Minister pulls no punches at SNP conference as he urges his cheering supporters to follow his dream of independence
The Rolling Stones have confirmed their first live shows for five years – but fans face shelling out hundreds of pounds to catch a glimpse of the band at some of the most expensive gigs in British history.
Emmy award-winning British composer George Fenton conducts the Philharmonia Orchestra and special guest soloist Haley Glennie-Smith, in a stunning performance that combines emotional and provocative live orchestra music with awe-inspiring reworked HD footage from the landmark BBC series Planet Earth.
A boat-shaped holiday let on the roof of the Queen Elizabeth Hall is a bold addition to London's landmarks, says Stephen Bayley.
The son of a distinguished Austrian artist, Martin Isepp was part of that hugely vibrant émigré community who contributed immensely to the broadening and enrichment of British cultural life in the latter half of the 20th century.
Amir Khan will defend his WBA light-welterweight title against the unbeaten Paul McCloskey in his first UK fight in two years at the MEN Arena in Manchester tomorrow night.
At venues as beautiful as Somerset House, there is an unwritten rule: any band that sets foot onstage should give a performance to match the magnificence of their surroundings. Having conquered the charts and critics' hearts worldwide with their indie-pop debut, Conditions, Melbourne quartet The Temper Trap attract an excited crowd to their sold-out gig in the cobbled open-air square.