Fans hoping to see Cate Blanchett’s return to the London stage will have to enter a ballot as theatre bosses expect a frenzy for tickets.
Graham Norton has welcomed the current political climate and said it is positive that “people are now engaged”.
Getting rickrolled has been an internet in-joke for years, but Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph has managed to pull off the trick on the man himself, Rick Astley.
The Chase star Anne Hegerty suffered a “freakout” and quit a Bush Tucker Trial after being voted to take part in the challenge for the latest series of I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here!
Great British Bake Off presenter Prue Leith says the show is not concerned with gender politics or political correctness.
The founder of Europe’s largest club event has called on festivals to book more women to change the perception of top level industry bosses.
A book which chronicles the struggles of NHS staff and the politics surrounding the health service has been honoured at the National Book Awards.
Award-winning comic writer Adam Kay has warned that a cash-starved NHS needs help or the UK could be left with a health system where “the people who have least suffer the most”.
The chief executive of a music fund for female artists has said she hopes sweeping change across the music industry will make the need for an equivalent #MeToo movement unnecessary.
Cheryl has spoken out following her performance on Sunday night’s X Factor, saying in a lengthy post on social media that the “sheer level of unbalanced negativity” towards her has been “shocking”.