This film tells the story of Paul Raymond, also known as the King of Soho, who began his reign producing saucy shows at the Windmill Theatre.
In 1974, we were living in a loft in New York's then notorious Bowery area, rehearsing at night in rooms so cold we had to wear gloves.
Pain & Gain triumphed in a fairly limp session at the North American box office thanks to an estimated $20m debut that knocked the Tom Cruise sci-fi Oblivion off its perch.
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time dominated the UK's most prestigious theatre awards on Sunday night, equalling the record by picking up seven Oliviers, including best actor for its star, Luke Treadaway.
George Jones, who has died aged 81, was country music's most stylish and emotional singer.
"Can one desire too much of a good thing?" asks Rosalind. Maybe not.
Openings to concerts come no more bombastic than that of Beyoncé's Mrs Carter tour.
I sometimes imagine that, after a performance on tour, Swift goes backstage and screams, “GET ME ALANIS MORISSETTE” or “FETCH ELLEN DEGENERES” to her team before disappearing in a flash of fake lashes and sequins.
Singer-songwriter Rachel Platten has scored her first ever UK No 1, topping the official singles chart with the track Fight Song.