Solo Star Wars Story: THAT huge cameo EXPLAINED by writers ‘The character was under-used’



SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY’s writers have explained the jaw-dropping cameo that has left fans stunned.

Deadpool 2 end credits scenes almost had THIS shocking cameo



DEADPOOL 2’s end credits sequences nearly boasted a very unexpected cameo.

Solo Star Wars Story: The audience verdict is IN as CinemaScore grade is revealed



SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY has broken a US box office record already, according to reports - but do audiences actually like it?

Solo Star Wars Story: Guess which A-list actor almost BEAT Harrison Ford to original role?



SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY is out now; telling the story of how Harrison Ford’s iconic character first started out.

Fortnite letters, duckies, cameras, treasure maps, hidden stars - All weekly challenges



FORTNITE weekly challenges are a great way of earning Battle Stars and unlocking rewards.

Fortnite Bench, Ice Cream Truck and Helicopter map location - and ALL Week 4 challenges



FORTNITE Search between a Bench, an Ice-cream truck and Helicopter is one of week 4's hard challenges.

Avengers Infinity War among comic book movies SLAMMED for THIS important reason



AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR is among the movies being called out by GLAAD for one very noticeable reason.

Xbox One gets massive boost as feature not on PS4 and Switch looks to pays off



XBOX ONE news this week includes the success of a recent games launch, not available on PS4 and Nintendo Switch.

Pokemon Go news: FIVE new Shiny Pokemon for Adventure Week, June Community Day update



POKEMON GO news this week includes the release of five new shiny Pokemon for Adventure Week, as well as a big update for the June Community Day event.

Fortnite Battle Royale: Epic Games making BIG Challenges update in Week 5



FORTNITE BATTLE Royale fans might notice a big difference during the Week 5 Challenges, following the announcement that a big update is on the way from Epic Games.

The Grönholm Method theatre show review: Sharply amusing and a little scary



IS it a reality show? Is it a psychological experiment? No, it’s a job interview. In fact, Jordi Galceran’s clever play incorporates all these elements as he puts four candidates through a Kafkaesque selection process for a post in a Fortune 500 company.

3 Women theatre show review: Generations at brawling point



IN comic/actress Katy Brand’s first play three generations of females assemble in a posh but anonymous hotel room on the night before a wedding. Eleanor is the waspishly elegant, sharp-tongued mother of bride-to-be Suzanne .

Madama Butterfly review by William Hartston



Glyndebourne opened its 2018 Festival in glorious sunshine last weekend with an exceptional production of Puccini’s tragic Madama Butterfly. With its tradition of a 90-minute picnic interval, the sunshine is always appreciated, giving us a chance to enjoy the Sussex countryside in true luxury.

A Little Night Music: Review by Michael Arditti



In 1965, Stephen Sondheim wrote the lyrics to Richard Rodgers’s music for Do I Hear A Waltz? The show was not a success. Eight years later, renouncing further collaboration, he wrote both music and lyrics to a second waltz musical, A Little Night Music, which triumphed on both Broadway and in the West End.

Jane Eyre review: Northern Ballet Sadler’s Wells, London



CHOREOGRAPHER Cathy Marston doesn’t look for the easy way out. Created a couple of years ago, her version of Jane Eyre – Charlotte Bronte’s 1847 tale of love and rejection – is a complicated and gloomy reflection of the heavy price you pay for love in the Yorkshire Ridings.

George Benjamin and Martin Crimp’s Lessons In Love And Violence review



LOVE and politics do not mix. That is the clear message to be taken from Lessons In Love And Violence. The composer and librettist of the acclaimed Written On Skin return to medieval England in this dark tale of a king whose passion for his favourite courtier leads him to neglect his wife and country to the detriment of all.

Nightfall review: Bridge Theatre, London



PLAYS about modern rural England are rare. Aside from the grimly morose Gundog at the Royal Court we have to go back to 2005 for Nell Leyshon’s Comfort Me With Apples for anything reflecting the harsh reality of 21st century farm life.

Liza Goddard: 'I don't think I could handle the intensity of fame today'



ACTRESS Liza Goddard was born in England, but after her family moved to Australia, she landed the part of ‘Clancy’ Merrick in a new children’s TV drama called Skippy. Moving back to the UK in 1969, she became a TV regular thanks to the likes of Bergerac and Give Us A Clue.

Katy Brands 3Women: An important and timely play for feminism



KATY BRAND'S West End debut 3Women couldn't be more timely. "We're at a very important point in the history, the present and the future of feminism and the kind of world women want to make for themselves - and for men too," Brand says of her show, which centres around a young woman, her mother and her grandmother.

Vasily Grossman's Life And Fate review: A harrowing and beautiful performance



ALONG with Pasternak's Doctor Zhivago and Sholokhov's And Quiet Flows The Don, Vasily Grossman's Life And Fate is one of the few Russian 20th-century novels to stand comparison with their great antecedents. Grossman announced his ambition in a title that consciously echoed War And Peace.