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12:10, 30 JAN 2018
Chic and Nile Rodgers announce Blenheim Palace show - how to get tickets
They will be joined by special guests Soul II Soul at the Nocturne Live show
From David Bowie, Prince to the Rolling Stones - Remembering the greats who rocked Earls Court
We look back at some of the music royalty who played at the iconic venue over the years
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
Prince Philip: Looking back at some of his classic one-liners after retirement announcement
Some of the most hilarious anecdotes and remarks blurted out by Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, during his 70 years of service
Is Lady Gaga going to announce a UK tour during the Super Bowl halftime show?
Fans of the pop singer who are tuning into the Super Bowl on Sunday (February 5) may want to watch this space
Young Hanwell singer to record new single in famous New York studio where likes of Madonna have recorded
Jeniequa Quamina, AKA Eldé, said she felt 'honoured' by the opportunity to record in the New York Studio used by star names
Multi-millionaire nightclub owner plans to run for mayor of Hounslow
Joe Fournier, who owns a string of exclusive bars, clubs, restaurants and hotels, says he can restore borough's 'lost pride'
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
Food and Drink
Review: Street food inspired afternoon tea at the Arch London
The unique afternoon tea for two features food from a wide range of countries and tastes.
The Beck Youth Theatre perform Evita to mark anniversary
The Beck Youth Theatre (BYT) is celebrating its 25th year with a huge anniversary show this weekend. Reporter HANNAH RAVEN spoke to chairman and director Damian Sandys who said the forming of friendships is just as encouraged as careers in the spotlight.
Petition launched to save Earls Court exhibition centres from the bulldozer
A PETITION has been launched to save the Earls Court exhibition centres from being demolished as part of the proposed redevelopment of the area.
Residents' sorrow as council agrees to sell housing estates for demolition
HAMMERSMITH and Fulham Council on Monday night agreed to sell the Earls Court exhibition centres and the West Kensington and Gibbs Green Estates to developers for demolition.
Feltham man in TV disco dance contest
A HEATHROW worker from Feltham is to disco dance on TV this New Year in the hopes of winning £250,000.
Spread a little hate? And a royal love story with a bittersweet taste
PINK gin and anchovies are two of the things that can be described as ‘Marmite tastes’.
Cinema group for elderly and homeless looking to expand
A HAMMERSMITH volunteer group, who hold a cinema club for the elderly and the homeless, are looking to offer the service to people with mental illness.
Eating in bed's never been so glamorous
I HAD always thought the only person to eat dinner in bed was betting loudmouth, and occasional reality TV buffoon, John McCririck.
Restaurant/Nightclub: Supperclub, Westbourne Park
I had always thought the only person to eat dinner in bed was betting loudmouth, and occasional reality TV buffoon, John McCririck.
For Art's Sake: ‘Science and Intrigue at the National Gallery’
A quirkily designed title, worthy of the front cover of a thriller, promises an intriguingly interesting exhibition worthy of the title.
The road to stardom...
Ruislip drama club, Starlight Youth Theatre, is staging its version of the popular Broadway show A Chorus Line this week.
My Trade: A corner of Ealing inspired by France
THERE is no Tricolour planted outside and customers may be greeted in English - but a bar owner's passion for hospitality has brought a little bit of French culture to the borough.
Whatever happened to P Rock Christmas Hoedown and Eclectic Like Whoopi: Part Two
All the lowdown from P-Rock's Christmas party plus the return of Electic Like Whoopi!
BEST GIGS OF 2009
It was a year for old geezers like U2, Moby and Billy Bragg to prove they're still going strong but, as Helen Clarke reports in her round-up of London's best live shows, 2009 belonged to a very special young lady...
REVIEW Patrick Wolf, London Palladium, November 15
Patrick Wolf is joined by Alec Empire and Florence Welch at the Palladium
What's on in your area this week
Gladiators take to the boards in Sweet Charity
Great Ormond Street Hospital
5 of the best
Mickey's coming to St George's