The Drum Arts/Leasure Centre and Full Joy Promotions are inviting you to one of the biggest music event this summer... 'Legends of Reggae!' It’s going to be a spectacular night, on Saturday May 30, celebrating the Reggae Music past and present.
Jim Reynolds is a guitarist and singer who writes and plays an eclectic mix of music. The individual pieces tap into blues, ragtime, rhythm and blues, music hall and folk traditions.
Glastonbury-based business woman, Elisabeth Janaway is revolutionising the popular UK trend that is Festival based street food. Her recently started venture, the Kid's Café strives to fulfil children's catering needs not usually found at UK Festivals.
Feed your brain at the 6th Stoke Newington Literary Festival, with a programme that’s packed to the rafters with some of the most inspiring book-related events in the capital this summer.
Laughterhouse Comedy gets set to present another incredible comedy line-up as Laughterhouse Live returns to the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on Saturday 9 May.
Bullring offers lucky students the chance to win an entire spring wardrobe and a £60 goodie bag from Hotel Chocolat.
With 11 European countries participating, the internationally recognised European Cosplay Gathering is one of the largest cosplay events on the continent.
Hackney WickED Art Festival will not go ahead this year. Instead, Hackney WickED CIC aims to curate a programme of smaller events that focus on the pillars of engagement: Art Exhibitions, Open Studios, Performance, Music, Film and Development.
New figures, published by healthcare provider Nuffield Health, reveal that the over 65s are the UKs most frequent gym users, highlighting the increasing importance of good health and fitness to the older generation.
The Drum and Upfront Comedy is back for the summer season with some of the finest stand up that the UK has to offer to get you ready for a summer of laughs, including Curtis Walker, Geoff Schumann and Roger D for a Mayday Comedy Special.
Perhaps it was an under-handed ploy but it seams that the controversy that is Katie Hopkins has inadvertently raised over £30,000 to aid the relief efforts of the boating horror in the Mediterranean which has already claimed the lives of a suspected 700 migrants escaping Libya.
A top Sikh body welcomed the pulling of a controversial biopic of their religion's founder from cinemas worldwide, following protests against the movie that critics deemed blasphemous.
Cissy Houston, the grandmother of Bobbi Kristina and mother of the late Whitney Houston, says that 22-year old Bobbi is not doing well and that her comatose condition is irreversible.