As long as there have been personal computers, there have been games to feed our addictions.
For the first time since its creation six years ago, the famous (and some might say infamous) Parisian Nightclub renowned for its cabaret and tasteful erotic dancing girls has come to London.
Fancy a fun, wholesome, and overall fantastic night at the theatre? Then go see Dreamboats and Petticoats, which just opened at the Wyndham's Theatre.
The race is on. The polls are in. We have a frontrunner in trouble. A muscular challenger making hay. Gaffes. Melt-downs. Campaign coffers swollen with cash.
Yann Martel's Life of Pi was one of the most commercially successful novels ever to win the Booker prize; now it has been turned into a keenly anticipated movie by Ang Lee.
The well-known pianist, Lucy Parham, has teamed up with Brendan Coyle, better known as John Bates from the popular series, Downtown Abbey, to make sumptuous music together.
Without really giving it much thought, I booked tickets to this play and turned up only to realise that the theatre was in no way near sold out (which is never a good sign), and a large section of the crowd were 'young ladies' drawn by the pretty boy cast. I contemplated leaving, but I'm glad I didn't.
The hilarious YouTube prankster, Ed Bassmaster, scares the life out of some unsuspecting New Yorkers as they walk through Central Park.
...and here's what you have to look forward to seeing (or not).
An Australian architecture firm is set to build a massive tower in Melbourne, and have named Beyoncé’s Ghost video among its influences.
John Berry, the artistic director of the beleaguered English National Opera, is leaving the company with immediate effect after 20 years, following months of rumbling controversy about the future of the company and its Arts Council funding, and a string of senior resignations.
The actor Omar Sharif, who has died aged 83, was introduced to the international screen in one of the most dramatic star entrances of film history.