Fortnite Save the World price drop is good news for Season 5 V-Bucks hunters



FORTNITE SAVE the World was given a price drop today, which is good news for those fans looking for a new challenge and a chance to farm free Season 5 V-Bucks.

Overwatch Hammond release date REVEALED: Here’s when Wrecking Ball is out on PS4, Xbox



OVERWATCH Hammond release date has just been revealed by Blizzard. Here is when the Wrecking Ball is coming to PS4 and Xbox One.

Ant-Man and the Wasp: What did director Peyton Reed say about THAT mid credit scene?



ANT-MAN and the Wasp is the latest in a long line of Marvel movies to both excite and enrage fans. As it makes its way through the last few release dates, fans are left wondering about the mid and post credit scenes. What did director Peyton Reed have to say about THAT mid credit scene?

Harley Quinn: Margot Robbie movie Birds of Prey stars which characters?



MARGOT Robbie's Harley Quinn girl gang will get their own feature film as part of Warner Bros constantly expanding DC Comics-based universe. Which characters will star in Birds of Prey?

Kurt Cobain's family hope exhibition shows singer's 'silly, goofy' side



THE family of rock star Kurt Cobain has said that a rare exhibition of his personal belongings in Ireland show how "silly, goofy and sweet" the legendary singer was.

Avengers deaths: MCU boss 'Only SOME are permanent' Is he talking about Iron Man?



AVENGERS INFINITY WAR deaths could continue in Avengers 4 with Iron Man expected to die. Marvel boss Kevin Feige has spoken out over the "definitive end" for some but not all characters who will fall by the end of Phase Three.

Aquaman poster SLAMMED by fans for THIS: Director James Wan forced to explain



AQUAMAN DC fans have blasted the first official poster and director James Wan has answered back on social media.

Damascus Cover: How to watch the trailer starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers and John Hurt



DAMASCUS COVER is the last film to star the beloved, late national treasure John Hurt. Also starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers, here's how you can watch the trailer.

Mission Impossible 6 Fallout director reveals REAL REASON Jeremy Renner isn’t in this one



MISSION IMPOSSIBLE 6 Fallout director Christopher McQuarrie has revealed Jeremy Renner didn’t appear because of his Avengers 4 commitment and more.

James Bond 25 ‘Danny Boyle’s 007 will be VERY special’ teases Special effects supervisor



JAMES BOND 25’s Special effects supervisor has teased Danny Boyle’s 007 as “very, very special.”

Opera Review: Verdi's Falstaff at Royal Opera House



WHEN Sir Bryn Terfel looms from his bed at the Garter Inn wearing a stained onesie in the role of another knight, Sir John Falstaff, he amply fills the stage.

Opera Review: Debussy’s Pelléas Et Mélisande



Among the productions I have seen of Debussy’s Pelléas Et Mélisande, those that best capture its elusive spirit subscribe to the “less is more” school of design. This is not for Norwegian director Stefan Herheim.

Theatre Review: The Lieutenant of Inishmore and It Happened in Key West



AS ANYONE who has seen his Oscar-winning film Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri can vouch, bad taste is Martin McDonagh's lifeblood.

Theatre reviews: The Lieutenant of Inishmore, Fun Home and more...



BLOODY black humour does not get more black or bloody than Martin McDonagh's early plays. The Lieutenant Of Inishmore may be 20 years old but its cocktail of humour and horror remains as potent as ever. And with heart-throb du jour Aidan "Ross Poldark" Turner in the lead, it is a sure-fire sell-out.

Opera Review: Falstaff



Giuseppe Verdi was almost 80 years old when he wrote his first major comic opera, but it is a masterpiece, perfectly combining the music and the comedy. The story is based on the character of Sir John Falstaff, as portrayed in three Shakespeare plays: The Merry Wives of Windsor and Henry IV Parts one and two.

Opera Review: Pelléas et Mélisande Glyndebourne



A trip to Glyndebourne, especially when the weather is as good as it has been recently, is always a great treat.

Theatre Review: The King and I London Palladium



One of my most vivid childhood memories is of Deborah Kerr in a pink-and-gold crinoline teaching a sceptical Yul Brynner the polka in the screen version of The King And I. This no doubt tells you more about me than you either want or need to know.

Comedy Review: Flight of the Conchords



THERE’S little that could rival the excitement of a World Cup penalty shootout but last week Flight Of The Conchords rose to the task.

Knights of the Rose REVIEW: This rock musical should be shot down with no blaze of glory



KNIGHTS OF THE ROSE fails to rise the the occasion, despite the best efforts of the cast. This Medieval muddle should have been left in the Dark Ages.

Fringe Edinburgh 2018: The five BEST shows to get tickets for on this year’s programme



EDINBURGH’S famous Fringe Festival is kicking off on August 3, and there are five highlights including must-see rising star Ciaran Dowd and his show Don Rodolfo, BGT winner Lost Voice Guy and celebrity ventriloquist Nina Conti.