Union Chapel, London
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Tuesday 06 August 2013
I meet Radio 4 comedian Mitch Benn outside Piccadilly Circus tube station, where he’s slouched against a railing checking his phone. Passers-by ignore him, presumably because, in his own words, he “isn’t on telly properly”.
Monday 29 July 2013
An exhibition featuring some of the 20th-century’s most iconic figures in music, film and fashion opens at a London gallery on Thursday.
Sunday 28 July 2013
After his sensitive soul-boy debut and a major label follow-up that flirted with ELO-style cleverness, Michigan auteur Hawthorne has synthesised his influences into perfect power pop, with the help of producers including Pharrell Williams.
Wednesday 24 July 2013
The Beatles musical Let It Be opens on Broadway tonight, despite an on-going copyright dispute filed against the show by a rival production.
Sunday 21 July 2013
City grandee Sir Paul Judge has warned that he will countersue the scandal-ridden mining concern Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation after the Kazakhstan-based group lodged a High Court writ against him.
Saturday 20 July 2013
Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation (ENRC), the Kazakh miner embroiled in a corruption and bribery investigation, has filed a legal claim against its former director, Sir Paul Judge, and is seeking unspecified damages, accusing him of leaking confidential information to the media.
Don't Let It Be: Beatles musical sued by rival over who came up with the idea of impersonating The Fab Four
Tuesday 16 July 2013
Rival tribute acts will battle it out in court for the right to recreate the band’s music on stage
Monday 15 July 2013
Frank Skinner: 'It’s like those Japanese fish. You take all the nasty bits out and it’s not poisonous'
Monday 15 July 2013
Dressed in black and protected by fifties-style shades, Richard Hawley explains the inspiration behind 'Don't Stare At The Sun': the mundane act of taking his youngest son kite flying. “What made it interesting was I was off me head on fucking acid”.
Sunday 30 June 2013
Raised in rural County Clare and educated in a convent, Edna O'Brien fled to swinging London to become a novelist. Her frank, autobiographical debut, The Country Girls (1960), caused outrage back in Ireland, but O'Brien considered it a necessary step in her “daring emancipation”.
Wednesday 26 June 2013
The musician, 35, replied to answers in mono-syllables and appeared confused by the word 'prerequisite'
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