It’d be pretty cool to see Luther star Idris Elba up close and personal, and now we have the chance, with him set to DJ at this year’s Glastonbury Festival, reports RadioTimes.
2014 was a busy year for anyone interested in British culture and news — and the same looks set to be true of 2015, with all manner of exciting events set to take place. Here’s our look at ten of the most notable likely …
The Rolling Stones had so much fun performing in the U.S. last year that they’re heading back this summer for a nine-city tour, reports the New York Times.
Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger hinted back in January that he may be heading to Glastonbury music festival but wouldn’t commit to it 100 percent as he didn’t want to disappoint. Well, no disappointment here.
Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger is hinting that he and the rest of the band may be making an appearance at the famed Glastonbury music festival, reports NME.
2012 was quite a momentous year with London hosting the Summer Olympics and Team GB achieving a record-breaking Gold medal win. The Queen broke a personal record celebrating the Diamond Jubilee marking her 60th anniversary as reigning …
Emma Watson is looking forward to NOT being part of an astonishingly successful film franchise for a little while, if only because living under a microscope isn’t all that much fun when you’re that young: “It has been quite hard and pressured making the Harry Potter films,” she says. “I’m so happy to be …
Wahoo! It looks Britain’s celebrated Glastonbury Music Festival is going to be another splendid three-day extravaganza this June! It’s totally sold out and there 150-plus acts and 10-stages.
Don’t look back in anger, Oasis fans. I know, when Noel Gallagher left the band in August 2009, that was pretty hard to take. But Liam Gallagher is still here, creating a proper rock ‘n’ roll ruckus with Beady Eye.
What’s trending on Twitter in the UK today? Alan Sugar doesn’t think West Ham should take on Olympic Stadium, Sir Bob Geldof releases a new single, and the headliners for the annual Glastonbury Music Festival a.k.