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16:00, 26 FEB 2017
Oscars 2017: As Dev Patel goes for Academy Award glory take a look at other stars from west London who conquered Hollywood
Take a look at some of the stars who made their mark on Hollywood's biggest night
Would you buy a painting of Uxbridge MP Boris Johnson as a bumblebee? Well you're in luck!
A Chelsea artist has started a unique series of paintings, depicting celebrities as a range of wild animals
When are the Golden Globes, SAG Awards, BAFTAs and Oscars in 2016?
It's the annual film awards season and we have the dates for the big events - from the nominee announcements to how you can tune in on TV
Harry Potter star Rupert Grint delivers in Postman Pat interview with Ruislip film reporter
Star told her Postman Pat, the TV show, had been a favourite of his as a child.
Ruislip schoolgirl interviews Hollywood director
11-year-old Tanvi quizzed Rio 2 director Carlos Saldanha about production secrets as part of an initiaitive funded by the British Film Institute
Posers for Dame Helen
A TEN-YEAR-OLD film buff enrolled at university a few years early to interview Dame Helen Mirren at a film premiere.
Bedfont ambulance man gets award from Dame Helen
AN AMBULANCE man from Bedfont has been presented with an award from Oscar-winning actress Dame Helen Mirren.
NOTE TO SELF: Keep calm and turn it down.
It was interesting to read the different reactions to the story of Dame Helen Mirren unleashing a barrage of four letter abuse at a large drumming band which was playing outside the theatre in which she was performing.
Stage and screen star Sylvia Syms to give insight into her life
She has starred in many hit films and plays and acted alongside greats such as Noel Coward, Omar Sharif and Julie Andrews, yet Sylvia Syms does not consider herself a celebrity.
Michael Hoffman’s remake of the 1966 screwball caper about a cat burglar and showgirl who plan an elaborate heist has impeccable credentials.
Hanwell friends pose for risque charity calendar
IT APPEARS that the Calendar Girls have left rural Yorkshire in favour of leafy Ealing.
Another date for Calendar Girls as RDS strips for action
WHEN two theatre societies, RDS (Ruislip Dramatic Society) and the Argosy Players, were both granted a licence to perform Calendar Girls – Tim Firth’s comedy about a village WI’s fundraising take on the classic Pirelli calendar – it was clear there could be challenges ahead.
Bm@il: There's a care plan, Mr Lansley, and it is quite old itself
WHAT do you think about the recent government plans for funding elderly care?
Multi-sided laugh maker
Award-winning actor, writer and comedian Felix Dexter visits the Beck Theatre next Wednesday with his new stand-up and character show, Multiple Personalities In Order.
Willis, Freeman, Malkovich and Mirren are the retired agents back on the job in action romp Red, writes DAMON SMITH
My tribute to the legend of Dusty Springfield
Katy Setterfield wowed TV audiences with her renditions of the songs of 60s songbird Dusty Springfield, earning her the title of the UK's Ultimate Tribute Act.
Hounslow hopefuls head for Hollywood
Three future stars from West Thames College are celebrating making it into the prestigious National Youth Theatre.