Pokemon Go Community Day COUNTDOWN: Chikorita event start date, end time, Special, Shiny



POKEMON Go fans can take part in the September 22 Community Day, which shines the spotlight on Chikorita and its evolutions Bayleef and Meganium.

Rita Ora wins major music award with Anywhere - beating ex Calvin Harris in the final two



RITA ORA has won the PopJustice Twenty Quid Music Prize for the first time.

Film reviews: The Little Stranger, Mile 22, A Simple Favour and more



ANDY LEA reviews this weekends best films The Little Stranger, Mile 22, A simple favour and The house with a clock in its walls.

Game of Thrones ENDING: George RR Martin short story hints at A Dream of Spring end?



GEORGE RR MARTIN’s short story The Ice Dragon may hint that Daenerys will take the Iron Throne after The Winds of Winter and A Dream of Spring, according to a new theory.

Fortnite Season 6 SHOCK: Proof that Epic Games is in big trouble?



FORTNITE will face some serious competition during Season 6, which is tipped to start very soon.

James Bond rumour: ‘Henry Cavill being lined up to replace Daniel Craig after Bond 25’



JAMES BOND favourite Henry Cavill is being considered to replace Daniel Craig after Bond 25, according to a Hollywood insider gossip site.

Mewtwo Pokemon Go RAID: How to defeat Legendary Pocket Monster



POKEMON Go fans can finally battle Mewtwo without an invite. Here's when the Legendary Pocket Monster comes to Raids and how to defeat it.

Take That tour 2019 tickets: How to get tickets for Greatest Hits Tour? Ticket sale dates



TAKE THAT have announced a whole new tour for 2019, with a comprehensive coverage of dates in time for Summer next year. When do tickets go on sale and where can you buy them?

The House With A Clock In Its Walls streaming: How to watch the full movie – Legal online?



THE HOUSE WITH A CLOCK IN ITS WALLS, starring Jack Black and Cate Blanchett hits UK cinemas today, but can you watch the full movie online? Is it legal?

PS Plus October 2018 games: LEAKED PS4 releases, PlayStation Plus reveal date, more



PLAYSTATION Plus October 2018 free PS4 games are about to be revealed for subscribers.

Theatre reviews: The Humans and Heathers



ACCORDING to American satirist P J O’Rourke, “Thanksgiving is so called because we are all so thankful that it only comes once a year.” As at Christmas, families who may live apart, have grown apart and even long to stay apart, come together to celebrate, reminisce, bicker and overeat.

Dance review: Pure Dance



HOWEVER rewarding your life as a dancer may be at the age of around 30 and at the peak of artistic development, your body says “Whoa, I’m too old for all of this; stop performing and take up teaching”.

Opera Review: A Rake's Progress and Semiramide



WILLIAM Hogarth's series of paintings A Rake's Progress served as the catalyst for Igor Stravinsky when he saw engravings of these in 1947 at a Chicago exhibition. The cautionary fable of a young man ruined by the pursuit of pleasure fired the composer's imagination and he added a Faustian twist to the tale.

The Play That Goes Wrong REVIEW: How can anything so wrong be so right?



REVIEW: The Play That Goes Wrong is a delirious and dangerously funny delight.

Theatre reviews: Heathers the Musical and The Humans



MURDER, suicide, sex, bombs and show tunes – no one could accuse Heathers of holding back. This American musical, based on the 1989 cult movie about a clique of vicious high school girls, garnered awards and notoriety in the US before arriving in the UK.

Musical mum back at work in first West End job share



A WEST End dancer made history this week by becoming the first stage performer to be granted a job share. Charlene Ford, a member of the ensemble in 42nd Street at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane, told the Daily Express: “Having a baby changes everything.

Dolly Parton musical 9 to 5 casts Strictly Come Dancing and Love Island stars for West End



STARS of Strictly Come Dancing and Love Island have joined the cast of Dolly Parton’s 9 to 5 musical as it heads to London.

Paul Bunyan opera review



Benjamin Britten wrote this opera about an American folk hero when he was in the USA during the Second World War but it has never been among the same composers most popular operas even in England and this production at Wilton’s reminds us why.

Black Panther stars reunite for NEW project on London stage: The Convert dates, tickets



THEY’VE appeared together in Black Panther and Avengers: Infinity War, plus are expected to appear in next year’s Avengers 4. Now, Letitia Wright and Danai Gurira are teaming up for something very different.

Theatre reviews: Dance Nation and Love’s Labour Lost



It is not often one sees the world through the eyes of a 13-year-old girl. But Clare Barron’s play grabs you by the lapels and hauls you into the steaming, thrilling anarchy of girls stumbling through the hinterland of puberty towards adulthood.