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Boom! See Jazzy Jeff at Scala

Ask any true Hip-Hop fan who their favourite DJ is and there is always one name top of that list,... Read More

Gig: Boyz Noize

In the wake of the release of 'Out Of The Black – The Remixes', Alex Ridha, aka Boys... Read More

Bilbao BBK Live 2014: Bastille and Band of Horses confirmed

Bibao BBK Live festival is proud to announce that Bastille and Band of Horses have been added to the... Read More

Gig: Fresh since '88

B2E is proud to present 'Fresh Since 88', a night of classic hip hop in celebration of 40... Read More

Gig: Rüfüs at Scala

Rüfüs are supporting Cut Copy on April 16, but they're running the show at Scala on April 29. Read More

Gig: Violent Femmes

Violent Femmes formed in 1981 as an acoustic punk band playing on the streets of Milwaukee. Read More

Gig: Shapeshifter

Following the success of their 2013 release ‘Delta’, elemental soul outfit NZ Shapeshifter will... Read More

Gig: Fat Freddy's Drop

If you're not into Fat Freddy's Drop yet, you should be - but happily, they're coming... Read More

Kate Bush set to return to London for 15 dates in August and September

After a 35-year hiatus, pop star Kate Bush has announced she will be hitting UK stages again with... Read More

The Australian Pink Floyd Show confirmed for first Greenwich Music Time date

Fresh from a sold-out UK tour, which included a date at The O2 Arena, The Australian Pink Floyd Show... 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

Film: We Are Big Chill’s pop-up film night BIG CINEMA kicks off with Pulp Fiction

Want to see Pulp Fiction in all its cinematic glory on Tuesday, March 4? Get yourselves down to... Read More

Film: Rooftop Film Club

Help beat those January blues with four days of film fun from January 6, 2014 in an exclusive heated... Read More

Film: The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire Read More

Film: The Butler

The Butler starring Forest Whitaker Read More

The dark side of Australia

Journalist John Pilger takes his cameras into the depths of the Aboriginal community to film Utopia.... Read More

Drinking Buddies

Drinking Buddies starring Jake Johnson, Olivia Wilde Read More

Theatre: I Can't Sing

If you’re looking for an undemanding and entertaining night out, then look no further than this... Read More

Theatre: Other Desert Cities and Another Country

Two very different plays, set in different continents and written 30 years apart - yet both are... Read More

Theatre: Fatal Attraction

The bunny is irresistible, and damaged singleton Alex is too, as far as happily married New York... Read More

Theatre: Two into One and Blithe Spirit

The octogenarians are out in force this week, and proving remarkably sprightly in a couple of tried... Read More

Theatre: Urinetown the Musical

England may have had one of the wettest winters since records began, but water’s a luxury... Read More

Theatre: Do I Hear a Waltz?

I’m a huge fan of Stephen Sondheim, but this 1965 collaboration with Richard Rodgers (music) and... Read More

Theatre: The Full Monty

It takes a little while to get going, but once Simon Beaufoy’s own adaptation of his 1997 hit film... Read More

Theatre: The Cement Garden

There’s a gruesome secret in the cellar in Jimmy Osborne and director David Aula’s adaptation of... Read More

Theatre: Happy Days

Juliet Stevenson really does deserve to take a bow at the end of Beckett’s two act existential... Read More

Theatre: The Mistress Contract

The title is intriguing, and Abi Morgan has a proven track record in film ('The Iron... Read More

Arnaud Ducret and the French comedy invasion

Following Gad Elmaleh’s sell out show at the Royal Albert Hall in 2013, French comedian and actor... Read More

Comedy: Stephen Frost’s All Stars

Canary Wharf’s hilarious season of comedy continues, as the East Wintergarden is set to host an... Read More

Comedy: London Sketchfest

Following on from last year’s sell out run and to critical acclaim, London SketchFest returns... Read More

Comedy: Marc Lottering

South African comedian Marc Lottering returns to Soho Theatre with his brand new one man-show, This... Read More

Comedy: John Robertson

With his outrageous sense of humour, garish outfits, and penchant for crowd surfing, John... Read More

Comedy: Julian Clary

Canned, condensed and completely organic, Julian Clary is set to bring you music, filth and star... Read More

Comedy: Tom Rhodes

If you haven't seen Tom Rhodes yet, you're in for a treat. Read More

Comedy: Tim Key - Single White Slut

You may know Tim Key as Alan Partridge's simple right-hand man, Sidekick Simon. Funny guy, yes... Read More

Comedy: Rob Newman's New Theory of Evolution (Survival of the Misfits)

Following a smash hit January run of his show, New Theory of Evolution at Soho Theatre, Rob Newman... Read More

Comedy: Australia Day Comedy Carnival

This Australia Day, Comedy Carnival hosts a show that features a broad range of Australian comedy... 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

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

Video: Psy of Gangnam Style fame teaches Britney Spears how to dance

Korean pop star and YouTube sensation Psy paid Britney Spears a surprise visit on The Ellen... Read More

Basque in BBK glory this summer

I’m in a park, on a mountain, clutching a beer, and I am watching the sun sink behind the city... Read More

Bilbao BBK Live 2014: Bastille and Band of Horses confirmed

Bibao BBK Live festival is proud to announce that Bastille and Band of Horses have been added to the... Read More

Festival Guide: La Tomatina

For 364 days of the year nothing really happens in the drab industrial town of Buñol, 38km west of... Read More

Get a buzz at the London Coffee Festival

If you can't open your eyes without a shot of the black stuff, you'll love this... Read More

Parades and Pig’s Bladders: Let loose at Laetare

Under a blizzard of confetti, to the sound of Euro Dance anthems and marching bands, a man dressed... Read More

Elvis Costello, Sheryl Crow, Georgie Fame and Van Morrison confirmed for BluesFest 2014

Live Nation have announced that BluesFest will return to the Royal Albert Hall this autumn for an... Read More

Four essential London parties you've got to go to this summer

London's awash with parties that you can't afford to miss this summer - so it's worth... Read More

Isle of Wight Festival 2014

Don’t miss out on all the action at the legendary Isle of Wight Festival, where three of the... Read More

Your summer 2014 festival guide

There are few better ways to spend your summer than finger pointing in a field or partying on a... Read More

Headliners for Electric Elephant 2014 revealed

Electric Elephant returns for its seventh year from July 10 – 14 in Croatia, set on the beautiful... 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

A Lion in the Meadow author Margaret Mahy dies in Christchurch, aged 76

New Zealand children’s author Margaret Mahy has died in Christchurch at the age of 76 after a... Read More

Festival review: Latitude 2012 - Saturday / Sunday

Quietly becoming one of the UK's best loved festivals since 2006, Latitude stands up in a field... Read More

Fifty Shades of Grey author EL James looking to splash out on £3m London mansion

The author of the record-breaking 50 Shades of Grey, E.L. James is shopping for a multi-million... Read More

TNT ANZAC Day BBQ 2014

Join us at the Elk Bar for this year's ANZAC Day BBQ 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

TNT party: AFL Grand Final Party 2013

Watch Australia's finest sporting event on the big screen with TNT, a bunch of your mates and a... 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

The West London Wildcats 2013

West London Wildcats - The biggest & most successful Aussie Rules Football club outside of... Read More

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Interview: Rhys Darby

Imagine this: you’re fulfilling your dream of trekking to Mount Everest’s base camp, and you... Read More

Interview: Mia Wasikowska

Mia Wasikowska takes a well-deserved seat and chats to TNT about stepping into the shoes of the... Read More

Interview: RÜFÜS

Aussie band RÜFÜS are supporting Cut Copy on April 16, and they're returning to London for... Read More

Interview: Jurassic 5's Mark 7even

Political, funky, and clever are just some of the words that have been used to describe the music of... Read More

Especially for us: TNT talks to Jason Donovan

It’s not every day you get to interview someone whose face used to adorn your favourite T-shirt. Read More

Peter Andre talks about fatherhood and his new single, 'Kid'

Peter Andre is certainly a busy man; and an industrious one at that. Read More

Interview: Brett Goldstein

Comedian Brett Goldstein (you know, him from 'Derek') is appearing at the Soho Theatre... Read More

TNT chats to Oompah Brass

Oompah Brass are one of those bands that have to be heard to be believed. Read More

Art: Ruin Lust

Ruin Lust offers a guide to the mournful, thrilling, comic and perverse uses of ruins in art from... Read More

Art: Lost & Found

RedHouse Originals is delighted to present ‘Lost & Found’, an exciting new exhibition by... Read More

Art: Roy's People - Street Life

Roy's People: Street Life is a playful exhibition from new urban artist Roy Tyson. Read More

Art: Scream Editions

Until April 18, Scream Editions is taking its newly-launched online print gallery to the busy... Read More

Syria Art: of Today

Due to the ongoing civil war in Syria since March 2011, over two million refugees have fled their... Read More

Art: Meh. And other contemporary cultural observations

London based café group Apostrophe will be hosting an exhibition of work by Artist and... Read More

Art: Red Tape at Gazelli Art House

Red Tape will present new works by New York-based artist Stanley Casselman (America) and London... Read More

Art: In Kony's Shadow

This powerful new multimedia exhibition will open at gallery@oxo on London’s Southbank from March... 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

New Apple iOS6 maps software found to have extensive glitches

Apple's update of their operating system has hit the headlines today after users found hundreds... Read More

Bring your love of chocolate and booze together at last...

Authentic Neapolitan pizzeria and cocktail bar B-SOHO is bringing Easter fun back to the adults of... Read More

Come to the world's biggest ping pong date!

On Easter Sunday, DoingSomething.co.uk will attempt to break The Guinness World Record for the... Read More

Food: The Easter Empire of Bunga Bunga

As they're hugely eggcited about Easter this year, Bunga Bunga will be starting the... Read More

Food: Urban Food Fest

If you're a secret late-night eater, you'll love this - there's a night market... Read More

Get your spurs at the ready for the Style Battle

Think you could beat Brix Smith Start and Gok Wan in a Fashion Fix? Then come along to the Shopcade... Read More

Lose your head at the Mad Hatter's Tea Party

This Easter, speakeasy bar Barts cordially invites you to hop down the rabbit hole for an evening of... Read More

Ask the Bogans: My housemate is allergic to housework

Living in London? Got a problem that your mates/parents/shrink haven't been able to solve? No... Read More

Easter treat: Hot cross buns filled with ice cream. Lush!

Snowflake Luxury Gelato has added a brand new delight to its menu for Easter, the delicious Hot... Read More