Mergers and acquisitions are making London’s rich richer. This time it involves their homes.
After the exotic character names “Amneris” and “Amonasro” listed in the program for Verdi’s opera “Aida,” it’s odd to see a character called “Amelia Edwards.”
Lady Gaga is going for the biggest arena she can find on her return to London. Not content with the O2’s 20,000 seats, she’s got the 55,000 at Twickenham Stadium.
Eric Clapton is settling in for a two-week annual residency.
Marlon Brando’s upper arms bulge effortlessly in a classic shot from 1950.
Damien Hirst’s kebab, Van Morrison, Ibsen’s lies, and bonfire night are our choices for London this weekend.
Jools Holland and Alison Moyet are joining forces to get the weekend started.
British band Enter Shikari is playing in London before crossing the Atlantic for a shot at success in the U.S.
Mark Rylance has changed gender.
Rockers of all kinds take over the Royal Albert Hall this weekend, including Liam Gallagher , Miles Kane, Editors, Tinie Tempah and Jessie J .