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Leicester has become only the fourth city in the UK to welcome the popular Sixes Social Cricket brand. The sports-themed concept combines the game of cricket with top-notch hospitality for a great night out.

Re-imagining cricket for the modern socialite, guests can look forward to precision sports technology alongside burgers, sharing plates and wood-fired pizzas. Quality food and drink is at the heart of what Sixes offers, making it a great night out with or without the sports!

Ex-Manchester United star Eric Cantona has launched an exhibition on sporting heroes and their impact on society. The football legend helped to curate the show, which also features artist Michael Browne's depictions of soccer icon Diego Maradona, boxer Muhammad Ali and Olympic athlete Jesse Owens.

Fresh from her critically acclaimed Netflix special The Twist…? She’s Gorgeous, New York sensation and Edinburgh Comedy Award winner Catherine Cohen is set to embark on a tour of the UK for the first time with her eagerly anticipated second show, Come For Me.

Catherine Cohen’s charismatic persona shines through once more in Come For Me, an openly glamorous, decidedly horny musical exploration of what it means to enter your thirties as a woman online, in love, and inspired to romanticize the prospect of freezing your eggs.

Tom Jones took to Twitter to glowingly describe the late Jeff Beck as a "giant among the greats". The 82-year-old Welsh crooner spoke out after he learned Jeff died of bacterial meningitis. He shared his grief with over 603,000 followers, writing: "Undeniably a giant amongst the greats whose magic guitar could sing like no other….

Indians are celebrating after Telugu-language epic action drama, ‘RRR’ created history by winning a Golden Globe - a first for the country. The film's catchy musical number, Naatu Naatu, was awarded best original song, beating heavyweights like Taylor Swift and Rihanna.

The hit song was filmed in front of Ukraine president Volodymyr Zelensky's official residence in 2021. Indian Prime Minister, Narendra Modi expressed the country’s joy, saying: "This prestigious honour has made every Indian very proud".

An 11-year-old autistic boy has got the attention of the music - and wider - world, after he so quickly, and naturally, developed a talent that has been described as "Mozart-level."

Jude Kofie, from Colorado, in the USA, has an extraordinary music talent. He picked up piano playing without any tuition, and with a high competence, would freely hammer away at the keyboards, developing his cords, melodies, and solos.

The Frederick Ashton Foundation, in partnership with Birmingham Royal Ballet, present An Evening with Ashton, hosted by Elmhurst Ballet School. This special event, the first of its kind outside London, celebrates the work of the legendary Frederick Ashton, one of the UK’s most prolific choreographers and founding choreographer of Birmingham Royal Ballet and The Royal Ballet.

Global bestselling author and award-winning podcast host Jay Shetty has announced his first UK tour dates in 2023. ‘Jay Shetty: Love Rules’ takes in five dates starting at Glasgow’s Armadillo and culminates with two nights at the London Palladium - in May.  The tour follows the release of his highly anticipated second book ‘8 Rules of Love - How to Find It, Keep It, and Let It Go’ released on 31st January.

Canadian indie-folk artist Cat Clyde has released the emotive new album single “I Feel It” which reveals her experience of being an empath. The song focuses mostly on the positive elements but also a little about the challenges, feeling relief and solace through connecting with nature. The evocative and haunting new track follows lead single “Mystic Light” and marks the first time Clyde has played piano on a recording. Her brand-new studio album Down Rounder is due out February 17, 2023.

Birmingham Rep and James Seabright have released a set of first look images featuring the full cast of Ian Hallard’s brand-new play, The Way Old Friends Do, which receives its world premiere at The Rep from 17 Feb – 4 Mar 2023.

Simultaneously tender and laugh-out-loud funny, this heartfelt story, written by and starring Ian Hallard (The Boys In The Band) is directed by Mark Gatiss (Sherlock, Dracula, Doctor Who, The League of Gentlemen).

Pilot Theatre will be returning to Coventry this month with their award-winning 2019 production of Sabrina Mahfouz’s exciting adaptation of Malorie Blackman’s critically acclaimed young adult novel of first love in a dangerous fictional dystopia.

Told from the perspectives of two teenagers, Noughts & Crosses is a captivating love story set in a volatile, racially segregated society and explores the powerful themes of love, revolution and what it means to grow up in a divided world. 

Following the success of her recent track ‘Feel That Love’ multifaceted Trinbagonian vocalist and performer Candy Kay has unleashed a new song in time for 2023 T&T Carnival season entitled ‘Ride Or Die’. Accompanying this latest release is a fresh, engaging music video which is already winning over viewers for its rich cinematography, high quality visuals and storytelling.

The full casting has been announced for the 2023 dates of the UK & International Tour of the sensational feel-good musical Mamma Mia! With the new cast giving their first performance at Wolverhampton Grand Theatre this month from Tuesday 17 January

The cast features Sara Poyzer (Donna Sheridan), Nicky Swift (Rosie/Alternate Donna Sheridan), Sarah Earnshaw (Tanya), Richard Standing (Sam Carmichael), Neal Craig (Harry Bright), Phil Corbitt (Bill Austin), Jess Michelmore (Sophie Sheridan), Christopher Foley (Sky), Tanisha Butterfield (Ali), Freya Humberstone (Lisa), Jaden Oshenye (Pepper), Archie Flynn (Eddie) and Andrew Bateup (Father Alexander) lead the cast.

Soulful singer, songwriter, musician, and activist Fantastic Negrito (neé Xavier Dphrepaulezz) has announced his brand-new album Grandfather Courage, a reimagined acoustic version of his acclaimed 2022 album White Jesus Black Problems.

He previously offered fans a preview of the collection’s new version of “Oh Betty”, in celebration of its GRAMMY nomination in the “Best American Roots Performance” category.

Nigerian Afrobeats sensation Burna Boy has apologised to fans after being criticised for a late performance at a concert that saw him take to the stage in the small hours of Monday.

In a statement on Instagram, the musician blamed organisers for his lateness at the Love Damini Concert held in Lagos. "The organisational structure and infrastructure are not there for the complexities of my audio and production needs," the musician said.