'The boy with wings' - Lenny Henry keeps beating stereotypes with his new children's book

EXCLUSIVE: SIR LENNY HENRY INTERVIEW - Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's Lenny... on a mission to make children laugh and beat the bullies in his brilliant new book

The Rock’s Black Adam set leak: Dwayne Johnson's DC supervillain first look ‘He nailed it’

THE ROCK's Black Adam first look has leaked from the set, giving fans a first look at Dwayne Johnson's DC supervillain.

Elvis Presley's Blue Hawaii co-star Angela Lansbury remembers ‘caring and sweet’ King

ELVIS PRESLEY's Blue Hawaii co-star Angela Lansbury shared her memories of "sweet" King in an unearthed interview.

PlayStation Plus November 2021 free games: HUGE boost for PS4 and PS5 subscribers

SONY has confirmed a PS Plus free games bonanza during November, and the best part is that it will benefit both PS4 and PS5 owners.

Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy video game is FREE with special offer

MARVEL'S Guardians of the Galaxy launches towards the end of October. Here's how you can get a copy for free.

Freddie Mercury royalties: Who earns Freddie Mercury's Queen royalties? How much?

FREDDIE MERCURY died in 1991 and left his worldly possessions and wealth to a number of friends - but who earns his Queen royalties now?

Can it run Crysis? It can now thanks to latest GeForce NOW update

CRYSIS Remastered Trilogy appears on GeForce NOW this week, which means your device should now be able to handle the notoriously demanding series of games.

Pokemon Go Safari Zone time, Day 2 tickets and how to take part from anywhere in the world

POKEMON Go fans are counting down to the Safari Zone event in Liverpool's Sefton Park. Check out the full details here.

Check your closet NOW! This retro video game controller is worth thousands of pounds

RUMMAGING through your closets could be worth it this holiday season. A new auction taking place later this week could see an old Nintendo 64 controller sell for thousands of pounds that has been gathering dust for years.

Michael Caine, 88, retires from acting after ‘spine problem’ WATCH trailer for final film

MICHAEL CAINE has announced he's retiring from acting after his last film Best Sellers, due to a spine problem and lack of offers for two years.

The Mirror and the Light REVIEW: Hilary Mantel is no playwright

HAVING been thoroughly engrossed in the stage versions of Hilary Mantel's first two novels about Thomas Cromwell Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies I was looking forward to the conclusion of the trilogy.

Hamlet REVIEW: Cush Jumbo is a star in the wrong production

YOU can't make a Hamlet without breaking egos, they say. I've never figured out who ‘they' are but this production starring Cush Jumbo has been hotly anticipated since it was first announced that the British actress best known for playing Lucca Quinn in the US TV series The Good Wife was going to tackle Shakespeare's greatest male role.

Don Pasquale REVIEW: Glorious revival not to be missed

AFTER starting their touring season with a dubious Fidelio, it was good to see Glyndebourne back to their glorious best with a brilliant revival of Mariame Clément's hilarious production of Donizetti's Don Pasquale.

Fidelio maintains its reputation as a difficult opera to stage

Beethoven's only opera, Fidelio, is, as one might expect, full of glorious music but it has a reputation of being difficult to stage effectively. This is mainly due to having a good deal of spoken dialogue breaking up the arias and a storyline that is not well developed. In its attempts to solve these problems, however, this new production at Glyndebourne makes matters much worse.

Only Fools and Horses the Musical review: A lovely jubbly night out

ONLY Fools and Horses is back in the West End for another outing with the Trotters... but is it cushty or as good as one of Del Boy's knock-offs?

Arise at Palast Berlin: The most spectacular show in Europe

ARISE AT THE PALAST BERLIN: We go behind the scenes at the most spectacular show in Europe - with the biggest stage and backstage area in the world - for the launch of their new production Arise. But Arise show doesn't just boast glitter and glamour, it has a powerful and heartfelt message for our times and for the future of Germany.

National Theatre: The Normal Heart's culture of denial on HIV is a warning sign

Larry Kramer's cri de coeur about the HIV/AIDS epidemic is as resonant today as it was at its New York premiere in 1985.

Royal Court Theatre: Is God Is searches for biblical justice over cold family crime

AT THE age of two, twins Racine and Anaia were caught in a fire with their mother in the Deep South.

Royal Ballet dancers return to the stage in Romeo and Juliet

DANCERS jump for joy as they finally return to the stage after months of Covid chaos.

Cush Jumbo as Hamlet REVIEW: A powerhouse performance in an underpowered production

HAMLET REVIEW: Cush Jumbo transcends an underwhelming production of Shakespeare's tragedy at The Young Vic.