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No matter what our age, background or relationship status, we’re all connected by one common theme – our quest to find love.
Daniel Kitson’s new show is a reflection on reality, memory and our sense of self. Hardly wall-to-wall giggles, you might think, but this publicity-shy, TV-shunning, Perrier Award-winning comic’s talent lies in burrowing into the human psyche and dispensing profound nuggets through tales in which, more often than not, he is the hapless protagonist. After The Beginning, Before The End is like a TED talk with added LOLs.
A perpetual voyager is saved by selflessness and a terrific chorus
Organisers breathe a sigh as Health and Safety wins the 4.15 at Aintree
Sensitively accompanied by Jonathan Cohen's ensemble Arcangelo, soprano Anna Prohaska here offers a selection of baroque arias based on the supernatural – a mythopoeic world of nymphs, fairies, gods and sorcerors.
With zombie fiction trending so heavily, you could be forgiven for thinking that this fascination with the undead, much like the vampire before it, may be in danger of being done to, well, death. For where else is there to go? The answer, perhaps, lies no longer in aiming for the head, but getting inside it. Or at least that's what Jonathan Levine's new zom-rom-com, Warm Bodies, suggests. A film that is leading the pack in telling us that zombies are people too.
A castle of your own? A treehouse just for two? A private castaway island? Aoife O’Riordain reveals that small is beautiful when it comes to romantic retreats
We may have survived the arduous slog that was January, but don't breathe a sigh of relief yet – Valentine's Day is looming.
Wowee! You think you've had some bad first dates? How about this one?
Sarah Alexander is happy to play the older woman, she tells Gerard Gilbert
The Shining, once dubbed the "scariest movie ever", is set to provide more chills for British audiences with the release of an extended version never seen before in this country.
The Twilight Saga is going to need a bigger garage.
Uggie, the canine star of the Oscar-winning film The Artist, became the first dog to put its paw prints in cement outside the famous Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Hollywood.
The Manor on Golden Pond, New Hampshire
But just how much does bringing a friend along diminish the franchise's signature atmosphere?
Box-office smash The Hunger Games fought off rivals to pick-up four of the eight gongs it was nominated for at this year’s MTV Movie Awards.