Stephen Malkmus And The Jicks: "Wig Out at Jagbags" (Domino)
The pop star described feeling like a bullied school girl in an interview
Sheffield Crucible: 'Visually gorgeous and beautifully choreographed'
British film Philomena has won three nominations at the awards
Nicole Scherzinger, Ellie Goulding and Shane Filan will join them
The actor lost out after all four judges voted to save Ashley Taylor-Dawson
Mark Benton survived his third dance-off as Ben and Kristina were sent home
The groovy revamped Tate Britain opens on Tuesday, and there's an all-day party to celebrate on Saturday, with Hot Chip on the decks. What a different scene would have greeted you only a couple of years ago. One of the biggest changes is the opening of The Grand Saloon, a first-floor room overlooking the Thames. For years it has been divided into offices, one of which was the director Sir Nicholas Serota's private bathroom, complete with tub and loofah. Sadly, I gather the bath has now been thrown out with the bathwater. "I can confirm that Nick has had a bath in there," says a spokesman when I call, "but he moved offices some time ago, and it hadn't been used for a while." Sir Nicholas is chairman of the Turner Prize jury. Surely "Tate director bathing" is an installation we'd all pay to see?
Kander returns with a triptych of one-act musicals called 'The Landing'
It’s the nightmare haunting every talent scout since Decca rejected the Beatles in 1962 because “guitar groups are on the way out” – letting a global mega-hit slip through your fingers.
This was James Brining’s debut in the chair as artistic director in Leeds and he was always going to have to opt for something a little more radical than a quick trim and a blow dry to stamp his mark on the house.
She looks familiar.
Stephen Ward, the new musical, arrives in the West End this December
Meryl Streep stars in film adaptation of the Stephen Sondheim musical
John Williams' score took almost a quarter of all votes