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The Beards Sept 2015 UK Tour

Celebrate with Australia's favourite beard-themed propaganda rock band as they embark on a 10... Read More

Jason Donovan adds 11 dates to 10 Good Reasons tour

Jason Donovan has added extra dates to his national UK tour. Read More

London’s free two day music experience

A brand new music event will hit Shoreditch Park in July. Unsigned London will present a free two... Read More

Kings of Leon confirmed to play at Sziget Festival

Catch Kings of Leon at Sziget Festival, which will be one of the very few chances to see them live... Read More

Edan and Paten Locke to headline in Blackpool

Edan & Paten Locke jet in to Blackpool from the States to present their unique take on hip hop... Read More

Especially for you: Jason Donovan announces Greatest Hits tour

Eighties heartthrob Jason Donovan announces 'Ten Good Reasons' tour but will Kylie join... Read More

The Dolly Show

Kelly O’Brien takes on the spirit of Dolly Parton in this fun-loving and silly tribute show. Read More

Sunday in The Apartment

This month's 'must do' is Sunday in The Apartment Read More

The Saints announce UK tour

Aussie band, The Saints,are hitting the road. Read More

London’s VE Day 70: A party to remember

Tickets go on sale today for what looks like being London’s biggest party since the millennium. Read More

Outdoor cinema in the UK

The best places to see open-air movies in the UK, this summer. Read More

Thai film festival program announced

The Thai film festival program has been officially launched by Thailand’s Ministry of Culture and... Read More

Pornhub wants your help to make first porn film in space

The pornography website Pornhub is planning to raise $3.4 million US to film the first porno flick... Read More

East End Film Festival

This year’s East End Film Festival kicks off in July offering everything from the story of star... Read More

Interview: Eddie Redmayne

Ahead of the DVD release (11 May) of The Theory of Everything, Eddie Redmayne reveals the challenges... Read More

Fashion and cinema announces Icons of Style

Fashion and Cinema has announced Icons of Style, a curated film series exploring the role of fashion... Read More

Frankly, go to Bollywood

A new experimental event, Bollywood Fever, is all set to hit London’s South Bank during the Spring... Read More

Sweet-art! Empire cinemas unveils pick ‘n’ mix poster

Empire Cinemas commissions the UK's first ever pick 'n' mix fim poster for new... Read More

Charlize Theron Interview - Mad Max : Fury Road

We can’t wait for the release of Aussie blockbuster Mad Max: Fury Road later this year. We chat... Read More

Will you ever meet your very own Christian Grey? Er... no

With Fifty Shades of Grey due for 'release' on February 13, we look into the world of BDSM... Read More

Theatre Review: The Seagull

Young Konstantin gets in a thorough strop – and with good reason – in Torben Betts’ sharp new... Read More

Theatre Review: hang

debbie tucker green doesn’t believe in capital letters, but she doesn’t shy away from tackling... Read More

Theatre Review: An Audience with Jimmy Savile

How could he have got away with it for so long – and in so many situations? Read More

Theatre Review: High Society

Kevin Spacey’s tenure as the Old Vic’s artistic director comes to a stylish end with... Read More

Theatre Review: Communicating Doors

For more than half a century, prolific playwright Alan Ayckbourn’s output has averaged over a... Read More

Queensland Ballet comes to London this August

Queensland Ballet is bringing August Bournonville’s ‘La Sylphide’ to the London Coliseum from... Read More

Theatre Review: Peter Pan and McQueen

It seems, at first, that Timothy Sheader and Liam Steel’s spin on J M Barrie’s 1904 perennial... Read More

Theatre review: Wicked the Musical

Brits aren't known for their enthusiasm, so when a show receives a standing ovation, you know... Read More

Theatre Review: Death of a Salesman

Arthur Miller’s 1949 masterpiece is perhaps one of the saddest plays I‘ve seen – a... Read More

Firefly Heartbeat

Set in the heart of Sydney, Australia’s gritty Kings Cross, we meet a writer (Stuart) who... Read More

Steen Raskopoulos: Character Assassin

Fresh from a sell-out season at the Melbourne Comedy Festival Steen returns to London with his... Read More

Joe Pasquale Summer Tour

He's back - minus the chain mail. Joe Paquale announces summer 2015 tour dates. Read More

Wil Anderson: Free Wil

Five-time Winner – People’s Choice Award, Melbourne Comedy Festival Read More

Culture & Comedy

This week’s 5 London entertainment tips Read More

An April Fools Comedy Show

Looking for a laugh? Head to the Queen Of Hoxton in Shoreditch on 1 April 2015 for an April Fools... Read More

Comedy: Four Kiwis Walk Into A Bar - November 20

Laughs by the barrel load from Jarred Christmas and his comedy buddies in the return of one of our... Read More

Comedy: Lee Mack - Hit The Road Mack, October 18-25

Northern funnyman Lee Mack returns to the stage for the first time in four years with this new stand... Read More

Stage: Michael Palin - October 20

Monty Python-er and globe-trotter Michael Palin takes to the stage to tell tales from his... Read More

Festival: Cape Town Funny Festival In London - October 23-25

South Africa's finest TV and theatre comedians bring their funny business to London for three... Read More

Comedy: Simon Amstell - Oct 11-18

Simon Amstell brings his own acerbic brand of stand-up to the West End. Read More

Preview: Breakin' Convention

Sadler’s Wells’ critically acclaimed international festival of hip hop dance theatre, Breakin’... 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

Kings of Leon confirmed to play at Sziget Festival

Catch Kings of Leon at Sziget Festival, which will be one of the very few chances to see them live... Read More

Glastonbury named best value for money festival

It may come as a bit of a surprise, but research reveals that Glastonbury is the greatest value for... Read More

Celebrate the summer at Finlandia’s Midnight Sun Sessions

Finlandia brings a relaxed Scandi summertime vibe to the UK. Read More

Top five festival buys

Erica Crompton rounds up her top five festival buys. Read More

The UK’s music festivals guide for summer 2015

This summer’s guide to everything you need to know, acts headlining, festival dates and how to get... Read More

Regent Street in numbers

Planning a Regent Street recce? Coincide your visit with the events below. Read More

Bankside to host London’s largest Bastille Day Celebration

Keep Sunday 8 July free for Bankside and Borough Market’s eighth annual Bastille Festival. Read More

London Burlesque Festival

The greatest source of burlesque entertainment you’re likely to find anywhere in the world, the... Read More

New festival in East London brings traditional skills to life

This June, older people’s charity, the Royal Voluntary Service will be holding GrandFest, a new... Read More

Event: Urban Food Fest 'Alice in Wonderland' Street Food Night Market

Urban Food Fest Shoreditch, London welcomes you to an 'Alice in Wonderland' themed street... Read More

The Book Club Millennials Debate

Ahead of the General Election 2015, The Book Club is holding a panel discussion on 27 April, a... Read More

Stage: Michael Palin - October 20

Monty Python-er and globe-trotter Michael Palin takes to the stage to tell tales from his... 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

New for 2015 - A June TNT Travel Show!

No - your eyes do not deceive you - due to popular demand TNT is bringing an extra Travel Show to... Read More

TNT Presents - Fresh Meet...

Are you new in town or have you been just too bloody busy to meet new mates since you got here? 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

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The big interview: Mark Little

TNT chats to former Neighbours actor, Mark Little, who will soon be starring in Alan Seymour’s The... Read More

Durand Durand

Fancy yourself as a bit of an adventure traveller? Read More

Chatroom: Jon Durand

We talk to the world’s #1 hang glider about flying at 14, angry eagles, and morning. Read More

Interview: Celebrity Chef Matt Stone

Fresh from his WA food and travel show with Blur bassist-turned-cheesemaker Alex James, the celeb... Read More

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

Culture & Comedy

This week’s 5 London entertainment tips Read More

Exhibition: Human Rights, Human Wrongs – till Apr 6

The struggles of the last fifty odd years are the focus of this photographic exhibition depicting... Read More

Museum: The Institute of Sexology – to Sep 20

Time to stop being a prude and find out how sex and attitudes towards the old-beast-with-two-backs... Read More

Exhibition: Lights of Soho Presents… God’s Own Junkyard – Jan 15-18

The mastermind behind the neon signs of Soho past, Chris Bracey, is honoured in this... Read More

Fair: The London Illustration Fair – Dec 5-7

London’s only fair based on illustration returns pre-Christmas for an ideal op to snap up some... Read More

Exhibition: Tom Phillips

The artist who works across numerous medium displays works from his A Humument project. Read More

Exhibition: Tom Phillips

The artist who works across numerous medium displays works from his A Humument project. 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

5 Tips and Tricks for InDesign

Do you use InDesign ? Want to improve your InDesign-Fu ? Then try these tips and tricks from our... Read More

Introducing Mind Bingo

Mecca Bingo has revealed a new interactive game – 'Mind Bingo' – designed to improve... 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

Get ready for London’s Great Contiki challenge

The Great Contiki challenge - a free scavenger hunt and team competition for the fit – is... Read More

Cocktails on the up but we’re a divided nation

Britain is a divided nation when it comes to cocktails this summer. Read More

The UK’s best summer pop ups

Summer is here and what has it brought with it? Some highly entertaining pop-ups in London, Bristol,... Read More

The Queen of Hoxton launches summer rooftop

Queen of Hoxton’s year-round rooftop is to be transformed into Smokin’ Graciela’s Rooftop Bar... Read More

New at Thorpe Park: I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here maze

Get a slice of Australia in England at Thorpe Parks' latest attraction full of creepy crawlies... Read More

Party: Rebel Bingo –Nov 21 & 22

It's Bingo but not like you know it - if you haven't experienced the Rebel Bingo show yet,... Read More

My London: with Candy Kittens' Jamie Laing

Made in Chelsea's Jamie Laing is one half of confectionary and candy geniuses Candy Kitten.... Read More

Stage: Michael Palin - October 20

Monty Python-er and globe-trotter Michael Palin takes to the stage to tell tales from his... Read More