The singer will play ten dates in the UK and Ireland next year
The three Germany internationals discuss the delights of the capital
The shows were added after tickets for the first concerts sold out in 55 minutes
We've all heard of HR. But what does the job entail, and how do you get started?
Former world number one beaten by Gael Monfils in Shanghai
The British number one is still recovering from back surgery
Heavyweight champion should be retired by the time Brit will challenge
From the familiar to forgotten, this book of governmental blunders is unforgiving fun
Davis Cup gamble does not pay off as Croatia tie aggravates back injury resulting in operation
Television’s top detectives are to go head to head for the title of “best detective” at next year’s National Television Awards.
"You promised me a motorcade and endless perfume," the Dutch diva belts out on her infectious hit "Stuck", the song that persuades the whole audience to rise to their feet. It takes a while to rouse the crowd but once up they stay up for the remaining eight jazz-infused songs.
Promoters warn prices must rise but MPs want to curb £1bn resale market
Froch's IBF and WBO super middleweight titles will be on the line when the two meet at the end of 2013
Any architect worth their knicker elastic will tell you that a strong foundation is fundamental. Why then does the internationally renowned Richard Rogers, the razor-sharp mind behind landmarks like the Pompidou Center and London’s Lloyds Building, so woefully neglect his?
The Canadian pop star kept fans in Des Moines waiting for the fourth time on his Believe world tour