The boundaries of taste and logic are stretched to the limit in outrageous comedy NEIGHBOURS (15: Universal).
Galway Girl Sharon Shannon (above) was one of many stars taking part in Luton’s first Fleadh Fiesta at Lewsey Park on Sunday.
The accomplished accordion player – who’s also adept with the fiddle, tin whistle and melodeon – had the crowds roaring for more, singing traditional Irish songs from her best-selling album.
Music 24’s Teela Hughes and Graeme Davis are head over heels with excitement.
The webslinging hero battles a powerful new enemy when a downtrodden engineer develops lethal electrical powers in adventure sequel THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN 2 (12: Sony).
What happens when we unlock the whole 100% cerebral capacity of our brains?, asks Matt Adcock.
Channel 5’s children’s TV strand, Milkshake! is coming to the Grove Theatre on Saturday, September 6.
Love Luton will officially open its second annual Summer in the Sun festival tomorrow in St George’s Square.
Blond beauty and Pop Idol finalist Jo Birchall will give an exclusive performance of her charity single All About Love at The Red Lion in Luton tomorrow (August 22).
It’s the 1980s. It’s hip to wear big shoulder pads, have even bigger hair and listen to power ballads by the likes of rock giants Bon Jovi, Whitesnake and REO Speedwagon.
It’s some time since Brit award-winning artist Paul Young has played his native Luton and he’s looking forward to headlining at the Fleadh Fiesta on Sunday (August 24) with his band Los Pacaminos.
Ben Miller Band,”Any Way, Shape or Form” (New West Records)-The Ben Miller Band trio
Tom Hardy’s film portrayal of notorious Luton-born prisoner Charles Bronson was critically acclaimed and many described it as the performance of a lifetime.
The Netherlands is known for its delicious cheeses and the Dutch are often affectionately referred to as ‘cheese heads’ as the average citizen eats around 33 pounds of it a year.
With little over a month to go, the search for the next Robin Hood and Maid Marian is heating up! Do you look great in green, confident in manoeuvring in tights or have a damsel in distress complex?
Los Pacaminos was formed way back in the 1990s when Luton songster Paul Young grew tired of his solo career.
Calling all proud mums and dads of potential panto stars!
Comic-book adventure sequel CAPTAIN AMERICA: THE WINTER SOLDIER (12: Walt Disney) plays like an old-school political thriller.
It’s not often you get the opportunity to be in at the beginning of a novel form of folklore.
In the second of his features about one of Canada’s lesser known provinces, travel writer Alan Wooding spends time with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police at their headquarters in Regina and discovers the hiding place of one of America’s most notorious gangsters.
The animals at Whipsnade Zoo – and the humans who look after them – are to feature on television once again.
Prepare to be blown away by the Guardians Of The Galaxy, writes Matt Adcock.
The Woodland Trust has teamed up with Kelly’s of Cornwall to launch its Wild Summer Photography Competition, and is encouraging people across Bedfordshire to visit their nearest wood and get snapping over the summer holidays.
A rare treat – hear Caritas Harmony perform at an open air concert at Wayside Cottage, Barton, at 6pm on Saturday, August 9 in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support.
Barton teenager Rebecca-Louise Smith is no stranger to performing – she’s been taking part in school productions ever since she can remember.
There’s entertainment aplenty coming to Dunstable’s Grove Theatre this Autumn and Winter.
Sci-fi adventure DIVERGENT (12: Entertainment One) is a Hunger Games clone with enough menace and suspense to make it reasonably diverting.