David Walliams’ next book will be all about a Bad Dad.
Game of Thrones actress Natalie Dormer and David Oakes (Prince Ernst in ITV’s Victoria) are busy rehearsing for the West End debut of their new play Venus in Fur.
A new film about former England and Newcastle football manager Bobby Robson will feature some of the biggest names in the game, from both England and abroad.
Samantha Barks will lead the cast of the Broadway premiere of a new musical based on Pretty Woman.
Tim Minchin will meet fans and sign copies of his new book in London on October 7th.
Yesterday I was lucky enough to go along to a screening of some footage from Paddington 2.
The event was introduced by Hugh Bonneville, aka Mr Brown, and featured four clips from the new film.
As always, any sequel to a film that you loved first time round always involves a bit of trepidation. Can they capture the magic again?
Well I’m glad to say that from the footage I saw yesterday, writer/director Paul King certainly has.
Originally we were told Tom Hanks’ appearance at the Royal Festival Hall on November 1 would be his only London book event.
But that seems to have gone out the window as he’s also going to be meeting fans at a book signing.
Martin Feeman and Tamsin Greig star in the world premiere of Labour of Love, opening in London on October 3rd.
I guess you have to be of a certain age to remember Bananaman, but I remember the animated TV series of the 1980s.
Now that series is being turned into a stage production, a musical no less, which will have its world premiere in London this winter.
Sir Kenneth Branagh has been named among the honourees at this yeat’s BAFTA Britannia Awards which take place in Los Angeles next month.