Ant-Man and The Wasp streaming: How to watch the full movie online - Is it legal?

ANT-MAN AND THE WASP took its sweet time coming to cinemas in the UK and is still playing in cinemas. Can you watch the full movie online and is it legal?

Square Enix news: Octopath Traveler stock update, Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Kingdom Hearts 3

SQUARE ENIX news today includes an Octopath Traveler stock update as well as the Final Fantasy 7 Remake and Kingdom Hearts 3 latest.

Avengers Infinity War DVD and Blu-ray UK release date: When is Infinity War on sale?

AVENGERS INFINITY WAR digital download, DVD and Blu-ray UK release dates confirmed. When can UK fans buy Infinity War?

For the love of the children... At last an adult film without superheroes

ANYONE over 21 who’s been put off a trip to the cinema because they’ve found nothing but superhero movies on the big screen should rejoice at Friday’s release of one of the most satisfying and affecting adult dramas of recent years.

Avengers Infinity War DVD end credits: What does the post-credits scene in Avengers mean?

THE AVENGERS: Infinity War DVD is here, sort of. With a digital download available now, fans are able to watch the most heartbreaking scenes over and over. What does the post-credits scene in Avengers mean?

VMAs 2018: Madonna’s VMA tribute to Aretha Franklin angers fans on social media

MADONNA paid tribute to the legendary singer Aretha Franklin at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards but as usual the Material Girl caused controversy.

Xbox Gamescom 2018 live stream: How to watch Inside Xbox online, Elite Controller 2 rumour

XBOX is hosting its Gamescom 2018 Inside Xbox event today. Here is how you can live stream and watch all the action online.

Shenmue 3 release date REVEALED: Here’s when Shenmue 3 is out on PS4 and PCs

THE Shenmue 3 release date has been revealed at Gamescom 2018 today.

Gamescom 2018 live stream: How to watch opening ceremony, Shenmue 3 and Cyberpunk 2077

GAMESCOM 2018 is kicking off today, with an opening ceremony that is set to feature Shenmue 3 news and maybe a Cyberpunk 2077 gameplay reveal. Here’s how to live stream and watch online.

PUBG DOWN: Servers going offline on Xbox One for update 18, here’s the full patch notes

PUBG is going down today on Xbox One ahead of the rollout of update 18. Here are the full Battlegrounds patch notes.

Theatre Reviews: Aristocrats and The Little Shop of Horrors

Two months after visiting Brian Friel’s fictional village of Ballybeg in the National Theatre’s production of Translation’s, we return to it in the Donmar’s production of Friel’s Aristocrats. This time, however, we leap forward from the mid 1830s to the late 1970s and several rungs up the social ladder from the hedge school to the “big house”.

Review: Orchestra of the Academy of Santa Cecila / Pappano and MIO’s A Fantastic Bohemian

Grimeborn Opera Festial, back for its 12th year at Dalston’s Arcola Theatre, is firmly established as one of London’s leading alternative opera festivals. Taking its name as a playful dig at posh Glyndebourne, over the years the area has become less grimy and the repertoire more discriminating in combining new versions of classic operas and contemporary works.

Little Shop of Horrors and Aristocrats reviews

The musical about a carnivorous plant from outer space crossed over from cult to the mainstream shortly after its premiere in 1982.

REVIEW: Little Shop of Horrors is a giant superstore of DELIGHTS with a fabulous surprise

A SPECTACULAR Little Shop of Horrors at the Regent's Park Open Air Theatre is a blooming joyous experience no-one should miss. This tale of a man-eating plant, young love and the darkest corners of human nature is packed with talent, treats and one deliciously enormous surprise.

Opera review: Vanessa and German Requiem

AMERICAN composer Samuel Barber’s psychological drama Vanessa has had to wait 60 years for its first fully professional UK staging. It has been worth it though one can see why, despite the glorious score, it has only now found its niche.

Theatre reviews: Home, I’m Darling and Othello

DORIS DAY, the archetypal Hollywood girl-next-door, may seem like an unlikely feminist role model but not to Judy, the heroine of Laura Wade’s new play Home, I’m Darling.

Opera reviews: Handel's Saul and Mahler's Symphony No 8

Handel’s oratorio, written in 1738, is based on the Biblical story of the rivalry between King Saul and David. The work was the composer’s first collaboration with Charles Jennens, who was later to be librettist for Messiah, and it is usually performed in concert.

Vanessa at Glyndebourne opera review: Competent but lacks the extra class

ESPECIALLY when the sun is shining, Glyndebourne is a glorious place to visit for opera but Samuel Barber’s Vanessa is more difficult to rate than usual.

Theatre reviews: The Importance of Being Earnest and Bring it On

THE grand finale of Dominic Dromgoole’s attractive if variable Oscar Wilde season is the playwright’s most popular play and one of the most perfect comedies ever written in the English language.

Theatre Review: The Meeting at the Minerva

THE MEETING Stars **** Minerva, Chichester, West Sussex EXIT THE KING Stars ** National, London SE1