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Gig: Goldfrapp

Ooh la la, are we excited about this - if only to see what Miss Goldfrapp will be wearing... Read More

Club night: XOYO Second Birthday Sessions

It's hugs, kisses and, er wedgies (our guess at what the 'Y' might represent...) all... Read More

Gig: Acoustic guitarist Guy Buttery

Guy Buttery may have an innuendo for a name (snigger), but he is one damn fine guitarist, and he’s... Read More

Interview: Sheppard

Indie-pop sensation Sheppard have had several smash hit singles at home, but now this feel-good band... Read More

Smokey Robinson presents Human Nature: The Motown Show

Las Vegas headliners and Australia’s most successful male vocal group, Human Nature, are set to... Read More

Catch the best Aussie musicians in London this summer

Summer in Europe tends to be synonymous with the word ‘festival’. Indeed, with hundreds popping... Read More

Feeling Gloomy - The Libertines: Can't Stand Me Now Special

Join legendary Feeling Gloomy DJs Len and Cliff as they mark the occasion by playing all your... Read More

Festival Review: London’s Calling Festival - Saturday

We all know that feeling. You’re back at work after spending the weekend in a field listening to... Read More

Dance the night away at Shoreditch Got Soul

Shoreditch Got Soul launches on Friday, June 27 and will run on the last Friday every other month at... Read More

Gig: The Cat Empire

On July 13, the incomparably outrageous Australian collective The Cat Empire touch down for their... Read More

Celebrity Interview: Eric Bana

Eric Bana's latest film, Deliver us from Evil, is out in cinemas from August 22. TNT sits down... Read More

Tease trailer for 'The Hobbit: The Battle of Five Armies'

It's almost here - the epic finale of the adventures of Bilbo Baggins, Thorin Oakenshield and... Read More

The pioneers of alfresco cinema are back - and this time they're bringing burgers!

Picture the scene - sunny summer evening, cold beer in one hand, tasty burger in the other, your... Read More

TNT at the movies: Godzilla

When I was a kid I had the same recurring nightmare: a giant dinosaur/lizard would chase and then... Read More

The film world of Jean Paul Gaultier

If you love JPG's clothes, you'll love this week-long film exhibition at the Barbican. Read More

Enjoy 'Silent Cinema' at ZSL London Zoo

ZSL London Zoo is launching a brand new cinematic experience this May, offering film-lovers the... Read More

Arnie to play AGING cyborg in new Terminator film

He famously said he'll be back and true to form Arnie is set to reprise his role as the... Read More

A second chance to see Gravity at the cinema

Missed 'Gravity' the first time round? You can see it again at Second Chance Cinema this... Read More

Film: Cosmic Psychos - Blokes You Can Trust

For 30 years, the Cosmic Psychos have blazed a trail of empty beer cans and busted eardrums around... Read More

Film: Plot for Peace with Q&A with Jean-Yves Ollivier

Behind the legendary release of Nelson Mandela and the fall of apartheid lies an untold, secret... Read More

TNT reviews Eleanor Rhode's impressive revival of Toast

Watch men struggling to survive in the setting of a rundown Hull bread factory. Read More

Theatre: Dogfight

This macho tale seems to suggest that death in 'Nam is the well-deserved consequence of... Read More

Theatre: A Streetcar Named Desire

Aussie director Benedict Andrews’ much anticipated Gillian Anderson-starring production of ‘A... Read More

Theatre: The Nether

The virtual world is an extremely seductive place to be in Jennifer Haley’s disturbing new play,... Read More

Theatre: Richard III

With his greying beard and steely determination, Martin Freeman looks more like Alan Sugar in the... Read More

Theatre: The Crucible

The Old Vic’s in-the-round season continues with South African director Yaël Farber’s visceral... Read More

Theatre: Forbidden Broadway & Pacific Overtures

In one form or another, this New York-born show by Gerard Alessandrini has been around for over... Read More

See Shakespeare in The Great Outdoors

After the success of its double bill of ‘As You Like It’ and ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’... Read More

Theatre: Skylight & The Valley of Astonishment

At about the same time as influential theatre and film director Peter Brook founded his Paris-based... Read More

Theatre: Hobson's Choice

When Harold Brighouse’s enduring comedy of female supremacy premiered almost a century ago, he’d... Read More

Interview: Lady Celeste Luminary

With Lily Savage locked in a nunnery and Dame Edna Everage retired, there’s a void to fill.... Read More

Comedy: Take the Mike to Charlie's!

Love Aussie comedy? Make sure you head to Hoxton next Wednesday... Read More

Comedy: Pussy

Put simply, Pussy is a comedy observing four young womens' slightly strained friendship. Read More

Always look on the bright side of Shoreditch

This Sunday at 7pm, Rich Mix Cinema will screen live from the O2 Arena the final night of the highly... Read More

Laugh yourself silly at the 2014 Balham Comedy Festival

Featuring a cavalcade of big names and fresh comedic talent, the 2014 Balham Comedy Festival... Read More

A night of (mostly) Kiwi comedy

Love Kiwis? Love comedy? Want to combine your passion for both? You're in luck... Read More

Comedy: An Audience with Pieter-Dirk Uys

After a 10-year break, the legendary South African satirist, author and activist Pieter-Dirk Uys... Read More

Comedy: Rhys Darby

Rhys Darby, New Zealand's very own comedy superstar, returns to the UK with a brand new show... Read More

Have a giggle at The Big Wednesday Comedy Club

There's muchos laughs to be had on Wednesday, June 18 - so if your sides can stand the pain,... Read More

So, you think you're funny? The New Comedian of the Year 2014 competition is almost here...

New Comedian of the Year 2014 is the sixth year of the new act competition produced by Leicester... Read More

Get ready, London - the Bad Boys of Dance are coming!

After taking the US, Australia and Europe by storm, Rasta Thomas’ Bad Boys of Dance are to make... Read More

Shimmy to Tuesday Salsa Sessions at Floridita

Floridita launches Tuesday Night Salsa Sessions from May 6: a sensational evening of exhilarating... Read More

Move it 2014: The UK's biggest dance event is back!

MOVE IT, the UK’s biggest dance event, is back for 2014. Read More

The top dance performances in London this winter

If your New Year's resolution is to indulge in a little bit more culture, then this is the list... Read More

Breakfast club ravers - morning raving with smoothies and massages a hit in Shoreditch

Shoreditch residents are kicking off their days in style in a summer event that's proven to be... Read More

Review: Limbo at The London Wonderground

Spend the night in Limbo land and you may never return Read More

Cirque du Soleil performer dies following 15m plunge during Las Vegas show

An audience looked on in horror last Saturday when a acrobat fell 15m to her death during a Cirque... Read More

Video: Watch the Red Bull BC One breakdancing finals LIVE in Rio de Janeiro

Londoner and breaking champ Sunni is competing in the finals of the world's biggest competitive... Read More

Review: Michael Clark Company at the Barbican until Oct 27

His dancers rarely smile – it’s only in the final moments of his new double bill that Michael... Read More

Melbourne contemporary dance company Chuncky Move bring dance-video-laser show Mortal Engine to Southbank Centre, London

The Melbourne-based dance company hits London with a spectacular show as part of the 2012 Ether... Read More

Event: Meantime Brewing Brewfest

Listen up beer fans, London beer-maker Meantime Brewing’s Brewfest is back for the long bank... Read More

Festival Guide: Day of the Dead

I stepped from my airport taxi into an undulating sea of revellers clutching sugar skulls, pan de... Read More

Festival Review: Bilbao BBK Live 2014

I've always wanted to head abroad to go to a festival; friends of mine returning from Exit... Read More

The top five obscure UK festivals

Eccentric Britain: home to the weird and wonderful events where people get an actual prize for... Read More

Festival Review: London’s Calling Festival - Saturday

We all know that feeling. You’re back at work after spending the weekend in a field listening to... Read More

New Zealand at Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2014

Not since Anzac day has there been a gathering of Kiwis this large in the UK. Read More

Aussie artists galore playing at the Edinburgh Fringe this year!

Heading to the Fringe this year? Hoping to catch some homegrown talent? Put these guys on your... Read More

Go big at Berlin Festival

Berlin Festival is a don’t-miss entry on the calendar this September, and with many more acts... Read More

Festival guide: The Edinburgh Festival Fringe

It’s August 1. The population of Edinburgh has swelled to three times its usual size, and the... Read More

Bilbao BBK Live 2014: Hercules and Love Affair and Chromeo confimed

Bilbao BBK Live festival has added Hercules and Love Affair, The Last Internationale, The Rebels and... Read More

Get a taste of the velvet tongue...

Velvet Tongue is literature, literally laid bare. Read More

The first-ever Australia & New Zealand Festival of Literature & Arts coming to London this summer

With more than 50 events showcasing up to 80 writers, artists, academics and journalists, the... Read More

Calling Arty-podeans: The Australia & New Zealand Festival of Literature & Arts

Attention homesick expats: the Australia & New Zealand Festival of Literature & Arts is... Read More

Dog Days – Tales From an American Road Trip

Dog Days is a lively account of a three-month road trip that Aussie writer Andrew and his girlfriend... Read More

Kiwi author Eleanor Catton's The Luminaries heads Booker Prize shortlist

New Zealander Eleanor Catton is favourite to scoop the prestigious Man Booker award after her novel... Read More

The Bluffer’s Guide to The Great Gatsby

First due for release in November of last year, and now finally opening around the country on 16... Read More

JK Rowling's first adult novel The Casual Vacancy released today to lukewarm reviews

Tall poppies don’t come much taller than JK Rowling, certainly not in the literary world, so... Read More

London Diary: The best of what's on this week, September 10-16

Casa Latin American Theatre Festival How do you surmise the music, arts, culture and attitude... Read More

Crime authors sign letter calling for 'healthy ebook buying ecosystem'

In a letter published in today in The Telegraph, 49 authors, spanning a plethora of genres, have... Read More

Author and playwright Gore Vidal dies at 86

Gore Vidal, best selling author and celebrated independent thinker, died at his home in the... Read More

TNT party: AFL Grand Final Party 2014

Watch Australia's finest sporting event on the big screen at the Elk Bar with TNT, a bunch of... Read More

TNT Barefoot Bowls Tournament 2014 - The Winners

Despite the aftermath of Hurricane Bertha, TFL's spontaneous 'emergency work on the... Read More

TNT Language School 2014

The TNT Language School is back! Read More

TNT Party: NRL Grand Final Party

Watch the NRL Grand Final LIVE on the big screen with TNT - October 6 2013. Read More

Bowled Over - Barefoot Bowl Party

The sun's come out so it's time, once again, for a barbie, some tunes and a roll on the... Read More

Ascot Exclusive TNT reader offers

TNT has once again teamed up with Ascot to offer the ultimate Party Package exclusive to TNT... Read More

Celebrating 30 years of TNT with Ash Grunwald - July 28

TNT invites you to celebrate its 30th anniversary party with music from Ash Grunwald &... Read More

Streetfest London - TNT reader ticket offer

Shoreditch’s sixth annual Streetfest – the UK’s first and only live street art festival. Read More

London Touch Rugby 2013

West London's premier Summer Touch rugby competition is now taking registrations for 2013... Read More

PING! TNT's Men's Wimbledon Final Ping Pong Party

TNT invites you to a day of ping-pong, the Wimbledon Men's Final, drinking and music! Read More

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Celebrity Interview: TNT chats to Mystery Road star Aaron Pedersen

Mystery Road is a groundbreaking new film that offers a truthful glimpse into the lives of... Read More

Interview: Sheppard

Indie-pop sensation Sheppard have had several smash hit singles at home, but now this feel-good band... Read More

Interview: Aussie comedian Jim Jefferies

The combative Australian comic may have tamed his personal life, but don't expect the same from... Read More

TNT chats to The Queen (aka @Queen_UK)

We honestly thought this day would never come; but it did. We managed to grab five minutes with the... Read More

Exclusive interview: Axis of Awesome

Three human beings (their words not mine) decided to make music. They made the lyrics to this music... Read More

Interview: The Cat Empire

On a high from celebrating their 1,000th gig with more than 10,000 people, The Cat Empire are ready... Read More

Interview: Amanda Byram

Presenter Amanda Byram is currently co-hosting RV Rampage with Henry Cole. It's not for the... Read More

TNT (briefly) puts its scepticism to one side and chats to medium Nikki Kitt

Here at TNT, we consider ourselves a fairly level-headed bunch (even though one member of the team,... Read More

Art: Henri Matisse the cut-outs

Matisse's cut-outs aren't just visual delights - they're a product of painful... Read More

Art: From Hackney to Harlem

My Art Invest, the east London gallery that makes buying artworks possible for everyone, has just... Read More

See Aussie artist Robin Fox at the Barbican Centre

Australian visual artist Robin Fox will be showcasing his latest polychromatic laser show RGB as... Read More

Art: Ben Quilty at the Saatchi Gallery

Australian artist Ben Quilty won the Prudential Eye Awards in Singapore earlier this year, and is... Read More

Art: Calvin Lau at The Modern Pantry

London-based printmaker and installation artist Calvin Lau will be exhibiting her work at The Modern... Read More

Show your arty side at PINTA London

PINTA London, Europe’s only art fair dedicated to modern and contemporary Latin American art, will... Read More

Art: YOU’RE SH*T ARRRGH!

YOU’RE SH*T ARRRGH! is a group exhibition exploring the rituals, language and tribal identity of... Read More

South African sculptors create contemporary exhibition at gallery@Oxo

An exhibition and sale of contemporary sculpture by international artists is being held at... Read More

Play the game at London's first classic arcade bar

At the end of this month, a brand new bar in Peckham will throw open its doors to the gaming public. Read More

2014 Smartphone Wars: Samsung Vs Apple

For a long time now, the mobile phone world has been privy to a fascinating two-way battle between... Read More

Product review: Polar FT4 Women's Heart Rate Monitor and Sports Watch

We put this watch and heart rate monitor to the test - and we reckon that we're on to a winner.... Read More

Tri gear guide

We check out two bits of kit set to transform the way you work out Read More

Man sets Quake 3 bots against each other in four year experiment, they declare peace

One gamer left the robot killing machines of cult kill-‘em-up Quake 3 Arena to their own devices... Read More

Instagram slammed by users over change to Terms of Use agreement

Instagram has provoked a furious reaction from users after revealing that its Terms of Use have... Read More

Apple CEO apologises for iOS maps, suggests iPhone users try Bing

It’s not easy sitting at the top of the tree, because when you get it wrong, everyone notices and... Read More

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak is ‘on the way to being an Australian citizen’

In 1987 Wozniak quit Apple, just 12 years after co-founding it. Now he has his sights on... Read More

Event: Southbank Centre’s Festival of Love

That’s right, this is a festival dedicated to love in all its forms and it has a different love... Read More

Fancy running up a London skyscraper for a good cause? Take on the The NSPCC Gherkin Challenge

The NSPCC is urging people to take on The NSPCC Gherkin Challenge, which involves racing up 38... Read More

Turn The Shard into a giant Twister mat

On Wednesday, August 6, London’s most adventurous singletons can ascend 800ft for a dating night... Read More

Queen of Hoxton presents their Ukulele Hootenanny Summer Party

Queen of Hoxton's weekly free Ukulele Hootenanny is celebrating two years of spreading uke love... Read More

Don't miss The Big Brooklyn Bowl Date

The Big Brooklyn Bowl Date takes place on Thursday, July 17, and gives 600 of London’s singletons... Read More

Come to H.O.F.N.A.R's Big Day Out and Summer Party

Every summer, the H.O.F.N.A.R experience holds a summer party that is free and is open to everyone. Read More

Bring your own bubbles! Mews Of Mayfair launches Mayfair Monday

Wine lovers and champagne connoisseurs, rejoice! Lancashire Court destination Mews has launched... Read More

The London Cabaret Club at Cafe de Paris

Creamy skin, nipple tassles, diamonds, fire, acrobatics and a man-pig who can down a bottle of wine... Read More