Avengers 4 TITLE: Is THIS when the Avengers Infinity War sequel’s name will be REVEALED?



AVENGERS 4’s title is still yet to be revealed, but is this when the Avengers Infinity War sequel’s name could finally go public?

Avengers 4: Evangeline Lilly is ‘P***** OFF’ about Ant-Man and the Wasp’s UK release date



AVENGERS 4 star Evangeline Lilly is ‘p***** off’ about Ant-Man and the Wasp being released in the UK a month after the US.

Avengers 4 title ‘Final Hour’ – Is THIS picture a FAKE?



AVENGERS 4’s title is claimed to be Avengers: Final Hour in an allegedly leaked picture. But is it a fake?

Star Wars actor ‘reveals NINE new movies are in development’ - what are they?



STAR WARS bosses could have as many as nine movies currently in the works, a report has suggested.

Love Island 2018: Eyal’s popstar past exposed as Spotify streams rise ONE THOUSAND percent



EYAL BOOKER of Love Island used to be in a pop band - and their streaming numbers have skyrocketed since he joined the ITV2 show.

Incredibles 2 seizure warning: Disney’s ‘unprecedented move’ over epilepsy concerns



DISNEY have issued a seizure warning for Incredibles 2, in what has been called an “unprecedented move”.

Avengers 4 news: Writers admit ‘it’s not done… it’s disheartening’ after Infinity War



AVENGERS 4 writers Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely have admitted they are “disheartened” to still have work to do on the movie.

Beyonce and Jay-Z album: How to listen to Everything Is Love - Spotify, Apple Music, more



BEYONCE and Jay-Z’s joint The Carters album Everything Is Love has been released on Spotify and Apple Music.

Spider-Man 2 cancelled after Avengers Infinity War? Tom Holland jokes about THAT twist



TOM HOLLAND has joked that Spider-Man: Homecoming’s sequel is off the table after Avengers: Infinity War.

Incredibles 2 has already broken a BIG record ahead of UK release date



INCREDIBLES 2 isn’t out in the UK for a few weeks yet, but it’s already a record-breaker.

Opera reviews: Agrippina, Giulio Cesare and Lohengrin



IN THE second year at its home in Hampshire the Grange Festival has produced another baroque hit. Handel’s Agrippina, written for the 1710 Venetian Carnival, is rarely performed but the work pulsates with youthful vigour and has a wickedly satirical libretto by political mover and shaker Cardinal Vincenzo Grimani.

Theatre reviews: My Name Is Lucy Burton and Monogamy



HER NAME is Laura Linney. One of the most acclaimed American actresses of her generation, with a clutch of Oscar and Tony nominations and Emmy and Golden Globe awards, she makes her British theatre debut in Rona Munro’s adaptation of Elizabeth Strout’s novel, My Name Is Lucy Barton.

Romeo & Juliet ballet review



I AM very happy to report the current astounding surge in classical ballet excellence in this country continues.

Lohengrin at Royal Opera House review: All-consuming evening of Wagnerian power



FOUR-and-a-half hours of opera may sound like a bit of an endurance test, but when the singing is as good as this and the music is Wagner at his imperious best, you get so engrossed that you do not notice the time flying past.

Theatre review: 84 Charing Cross Road and My Name is Lucy Barton



US writer Helene Hanff and British bookseller Frank Doel had what might be termed a “special relationship”.

Giulio Cesare opera review: I'd give this production six stars if I were allowed to



RARELY have I felt less hesitation in bestowing five stars on an opera. This production of Handel’s take on the romance between Julius Caesar and Cleopatra is as glorious as it gets.

REVIEW: Summer Holiday, Translations and The Chalk Garden



WELCOME back to the original busman’s holiday! The 1963 Cliff Richard film, Summer Holiday, in which four young mechanics drive a converted double-decker to the Continent, has been relocated from Aldenham to Bolton in a site-specific show that takes us on a joyous journey, not just on stage but before we even reach the theatre.

The Sleeping Beauty review at London Coliseum



BALLET in London is currently having a whale of a time. What with a spanking new production of Swan Lake in Covent Garden and down the road at the Coliseum there’s as near perfect a Sleeping Beauty as one could ask for.

Theatre reviews: Translations and Killer Joe



BRIAN Friel’s play, written in 1980, is set in a mist-shrouded community in County Donegal in 1833. It has achieved a status almost as epic as the classical Greek and Latin poetry taught by cantankerous Irish educator Hugh to the motley crew of Gaelic-speaking adults who gather in his unofficial hedge school.

ENB Sleeping Beauty at London Coliseum: REVIEW



THE ENB revives its classic Kenneth MacMillan Sleeping Beauty with added star power from leading ladies Alina Cojocaru and Bolshoi prima ballerina Maria Alexandrova.