Should you be surprised that the new Dexys video – for their cover version of the Friends of Distinction’s 1969 hit Grazing in the Grass – features Kevin Rowland dancing around London Fields in turn-ups Edward VII would have been proud of, surrounded by young women in vintage dress while his band magnificently ham it up for backing vocals? Perhaps.
Forsaken is available on digital download from 4 July 2016 and on DVD and Blu-ray from 11 July 2016.
“So this is what 74 looks like,” says Carole King, who has just turned a setful of piano ballads on its head by strapping on an electric guitar and going hell for leather in the middle of Hyde Park’s stage.
When Aerosmith manager Tim Collins answered his phone one day in early 1986, he was, at first, confused.
Following the Iranian revolution in 1979, the country’s vibrant and original cinema took its place on the world stage. Among the many superb film directors who contributed to Iran’s new wave the most celebrated was Abbas Kiarostami, who has died aged 76.
Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie has scored the biggest UK film opening since Spectre, taking £4.4m over its debut weekend.
Action star and former wrestler Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart: it’s a pairing which, on paper, doesn’t make a whole lot of sense.
There she is, a picture of domestic bliss, a cat curled up beside her, relaxed in a baggy jumper, her hair uncombed – free at last. Tapestry looks like an album of restfulness and contentment.
Few artists could turn a paddling pool into the crowning glory of a tour about politics, betrayal, female endurance and familial devotion.
Michael Cimino, the director of the Vietnam war classic The Deer Hunter and the infamous epic western Heaven’s Gate, has died.