The Purple One will play in Birmingham, Manchester and Leeds in May – and might we expect more gigs to follow?
Bob Hoskins, the British actor who starred in The Long Good Friday, Who Framed Roger Rabbit and many more, has died aged 71
Singer showcases Sheezus, a sparkling and vibrant affair Shepherd's Bush Empire, London
'Extreme adventure' promised in sequence publisher says will combine best of Bond, Bourne and Indiana Jones
What would you do if a fraternity house moved in right next door to you?
Roald Dahl story previously filmed in 1989 to become Spielberg's latest directorial project, for release in 2016
Microsoft is trying to enhance offerings on its Xbox live service by making it an all-in-one entertainment device.
Justin Bieber seems to have bungled his recent apology for visiting Japan's controversial Yasukuni war shrine.
After being locked away on floppy disks for nearly three decades, works created by Andy Warhol on a Commodore Amiga computer in 1985 were recovered, the Andy Warhol Museum said.
A truly vintage year for fiction with a strong Booker shortlist, dazzling debuts and a real masterpiece from an old hand
If smiley faces weren’t already taken as a signifier in pop, this album would be plastered in them.
Like the spark of life itself, it’s hard to identify the elusive missing ingredient that prevents this ragbag of potentially likable body parts ever earning the accolade “It’s alive!”