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The Royal Ballet of Britain is bound to be in action

The pandemic has made the theatres and concert halls to be closed for a long period, musicians, actors, performers struck at home. The Royal Ballet, Britain’s largest ballet company, leaps back into action after seven months of COVID-19 gloom. 70 dancers will bind from Romeo and Juliet, Swan Lake and Don Quixote towards a finale of Kenneth MacMillan’s wild Elite Syncopations in a 3 hour live performance.

Chinese-born director takes top prize at Venice film fest with Nomadland

Zhao is the first woman to win the prize in a decade; Sofia Coppola won it in 2010 for her film Somewhere

Chinese online entertainment platform invests in Hong Kong company

Chinese video sharing website Bilibili has entered into a definitive subscription agreement with Hong Kong entertainment and film-focused media company Huanxi Media Group.

British student, 21, secures million-dollar book deal in US

A British-Nigerian student has secured a seven-figure book deal with a US publisher for her debut thriller at the age of just 21.

Hong Kong protesters boycott Disney's 'Mulan' debut

Protesters from Hong Kong, Taiwan and Thailand are boycotting Disney's "Mulan" movie debut over comments the lead actress made in 2019 in support of Hong Kong police.

First look as London's new floating cinema launches in Merchant Square

There’s a brand new floating cinema experience launching in London today, and the first pictures have now been revealed. Openaire, Merchant Square and GoBoat are welcoming members of the public to Paddington's Merchants Square to enjoy screenings on Regent’s Canal under the stars.

London carnival show goes on - with more import than ever

Organizers of Europe’s biggest street fair, which traces its roots to the emancipation of Black slaves and race riots in London during the late 1950s, say the event is more important than ever amid the worldwide campaign for justice after George Floyd died in police custody in Minneapolis.

Taylor Swift's cash gift helps student take up degree

Singer Taylor Swift has donated £23,000 to a London-based student struggling to raise the funds to take up a maths course at the University of Warwick.

The official name of Elon Musk and Grimes' son is X AE A-XII

It has taken a month, but Elon Musk and Grimes have finally agreed - between themselves and with the authorities of the state of California - about what will be the name of their first child together.

Academy Awards postponed until April 2021

Biggest night of the film industry is being rescheduled for the first time in 40 years due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Emmanuel Smith sings ‘Hallelujah’ by Leonard Cohen

Emmanuel Smith is a part-time motivational speaker, but now it’s time to use his voice for singing!

Paul McCartney Reacts to BTS Singing "Hey Jude"

Stephen's interview with Sir Paul McCartney finds the legendary musician musing on his favorite cover performances of songs by The Beatles, including Marvin Gaye's take on "Yesterday" and that time BTS riffed on "Hey Jude" right here on The Late Show.

British Virgin Islands - The kids came to slay the runway

The 11th Annual Summer Sizzle BVI 2019 Global Glamour Runway Show, Tortola


25 Rare Historical Photos That You Have To See

This video shows 25 historic photographs spanning from 1843 up to 1950s. These black and white photos will change the way you look at history. These pictures feature people such as John Quincy Adams, Fidel Castro, Martin Luther King Jr. and more!

Photographs of Charlie Chaplin in Color

This is a video showing old photographs of famous silent movie star, Charlie Chaplin, in color. These formally black and white photos have been colorized by expert colorizers from around the globe. These pictures range from the early 1900s all the way up to the 1950s. Also alongside Chaplin, Albert Einstein, Orson Welles, Winston Churchill and others all feature in color as well from previously black and white photos.

Snoop Dogg-backed firm now Europe’s biggest fintech startup, valued at $5.5B

Swedish online payment firm Klarna, whose shareholders include Snoop Dogg, announced Tuesday it reached a $5.5 billion valuation following a $460 million funding round, asserting its status as Europe’s largest private fintech Opens a New Window. company.

Notting Hill carnival: a love letter to London's biggest parade

Notting Hill carnival is the biggest street party in Europe and happens every summer in west London. Press coverage often focuses on negative aspects of the gathering and can miss the celebration of the local community and culture that makes carnival so unique to London.