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Sampha wins the 2017 Mercury Music Prize

Following on from last year’s winner – Skepta – solo artist Sampha took the 2017 Mercury Music... Read More

Interview: Jon Stevens

TNT talks to Aussie music legend Jon Stevens... Read More

Modestep to play Jägermeister’s next Ice Cold Gig

Dubstep and electronic rock band Modestep are swapping the festival circuit to play their next gig... Read More

Noel Gallagher re-opens sold-out Arena gig

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will re-open the Manchester Arena on Saturday 9th September,... Read More

Jazz with pizzazz

London’s largest free jazz festival returns to Canary Wharf this August for an... Read More

Coffin Dodgers Disco becomes Age Against the Machine

Age Against The Machine launches September 1st Read More

Review: Jon Stevens at the 100 Club, Oxford Street

Aristocrat of Australian rock, Jon Stevens, kicked off a five-date tour of London last night at the... Read More

Skepta wins at 2017 Ivor Novello awards

An award that has been won in the past by Adele, Ed Sheeran and James Bay, went to another solo... Read More

Glitterbox Announce Ibiza 2017 Season Line-up & Opening Party

Glitterbox has announced the Ibiza 2017 season line-up and opening party for its new residency at... Read More

Review: Sarah Jane Morris & Antonio Forcione

at The Crazy Coqs @ Brassiere Zedel Read More

London Film Festival 2017 comes to the capital

After Cannes in early summer and the recent Venice and Toronto events, comes the London Film... Read More

Little Film Festival With Big Ambitions

This September, a small festival is sneaking their way into London’s underground film scene with... Read More

Star-studded 'Suburbicon' out this Autumn

‘Suburbicon’ is a peaceful, idyllic suburban community with affordable homes and manicured... Read More

Where We’re Going, You’ll Need Popcorn

Prepare yourself for a Summer of cinematic joy as the legendary Pop Up Screens is back with an epic... Read More

Big Screen on the Green

The perfect British festival of summer sport, live opera, entertainment and film all in one... Read More

Oz Film Festival comes to Regent Street Cinema

Between Friday 30th June & Sunday 2nd July, the Regent Street Cinema plays host to a celebration... Read More

6 Films You Need To Watch on Netflix UK

There is always so much to check out Netflix, but let us make the choice easier with this list Read More

McKee London opens up in Truman Brewery

If you’re lost for something to do over the Easter break, why not pop along along to Brick... Read More

Film Preview: Catfight

Think Fight Club meets Arrested Development and you've got Onur Takel's latest film:... Read More

Hot tickets: Hunt for the Wilderpeople

Nomad cinema and the Hoxton Hotel are holding a special screening of the New Zealand based comedy -... Read More

Theatre Review: Derren Brown - Underground

It isn’t easy reviewing a Derren Brown show - for a start the entire audience is requested not to... Read More

Theatre Review: The Knowledge

Before Uber and satnavs, London taxi drivers had to undergo a lengthy period of learning, being... Read More

Theatre Review: Loot

Fifty years ago, at the age of 34, anarchic playwright Joe Orton was bludgeoned to death by his... Read More

Theatre Review: Windows

Written the year after he completed his most famous work, The Forsyte Saga, novelist and playwright... Read More

Theatre Review: Apologia

Christmas, birthdays – an excuse for families to get together to celebrate or, as is often the... Read More

Theatre Review: Girl From The North Country

Award-winning Irish playwright and director Conor McPherson adds his habitual subtle touch of the... Read More

Theatre Review: ROAD

It’s over thirty years since Scullery and his shopping trolley burst onto the Royal Court’s... Read More

Theatre Review...

The Public Administration and Constitutional Affairs Committee Take Oral Evidence on... Read More

The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 3/4 - The Musical

His parents are rowing and hung over, it’s the beginning of 1981 and Adrian Mole, at the age of... Read More

Theatre Review: A Tale of Two Cities

It was a balmy Friday evening, it was a rainy Friday evening – and unfortunately the rain won out... Read More

Comedy: Kiwi show comes to London

In 2007, with my heart crumbling after a British attack of the tall and handsome kind, I boarded a... Read More

The Queen of Mean is back!

After a sell-out tour of the UK in 2017, Bianca Del Rio returns to premiere the fiercely funny... Read More

Comedy: Carl Barron - Drinking with a fork

Australia's biggest selling comedian comes to Hammersmith Apollo Read More

The Simpsons Taught Me Everything I Know

Following critically acclaimed, sell-out runs at Edinburgh, Melbourne, Sydney and Perth Comedy... Read More

Comedy: John Hastings: Integrity

Canadian turned Londoner John Hastings is bringing some much-needed Integrity to London in the form... Read More

Comedy: James Acaster: THE TRELOGY

Following a record fifth consecutive Edinburgh Best Show nomination and a sell-out 2016 tour, James... Read More

VAULT Festival - London's answer to the Edinburgh Fringe

Six weeks of theatre, comedy, music, dance, film, food and drink return to London from Jan 25th to... Read More

Viva Hypnosis comes to Leicester Square Theatre

Stage Hypnosis has been away from the West End Stage for 15 years. Now it’s back, but with a big... Read More

Six of the Best at Soho Theatre

Six of the most exciting new voices in comedy are performing on Soho Theatre stages this winter. Read More

Brendon Burns: Black Comedian 2016/2017 UK Tour

Edinburgh award winner Brendon Burns has done it again: adressing black/white relations in his home... Read More

Egg LDN Birthday Weekend 5th & 6th May

3 parties, 2 nights + daytime Gold Diggers Read More

All aboard the Masked Ball's train to dance central

The Masked Ball is going full steam ahead this May by offering thrill seekers a trip like no other -... Read More

fabric re-opens tonight

It's been a tough few months for fabric's owners but tonight (Friday 6th January 2017)... Read More

Groove Armada announced as first headliners for ANTS London

Groove Armada have been confirmed as the first headliners for ANTS LONDON, when the colony returns... Read More

The Australian Ballet's Cinderella to be screened in cinemas

Following its European on-stage premiere at the Coliseum in London this July, The Australian... Read More

Egg LDN Presents...Sat Nov 5th

Pig & Dan, Sasha Carassi + Dubspeeka + Vinicius Honorio - Techno Fireworks Read More

World's best DJ will be selected

Attendees of the DMC World DJ finals get ready to take part in an epic odyssey to crown the... Read More

The Blitz Party is back

The Blitz Party, London’s best loved and most authentic 1940s party, is back on Saturday. Taking... Read More

London’s biggest celebration of rave

A celebration of Britain's iconic rave culture, Moondance festival is the first of its kind to... Read More

Rave royalty Mark Archer appearing at Brixton Jamm

Mark Archer is rave royalty. He has been at the heart of the movement since day one as part of... Read More

Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2017 - no.1 Joke

The Edinburgh Festival, ever present on the British summer calendar, since 1947 announced its number... Read More

Festival Review: Lowlands

Like most European Festivals, A Campingflight to Lowlands Paradise (or just Lowlands to its friends)... Read More

Festival Review: Positivus

Quietly proud and respectable festival crosses the beauty of nature with understated, unrivalled... Read More

Still time to catch a summer festival

Even though Glastonbury seems a long time ago, thankfully due to the British summer lasting long... Read More

Festivals takeover bank holiday weekend

August bank holiday paves the way for some great music entertainment in the capital this year. Read More

London's Pride Weekend

Pride in London is this weekend (8th & 9th July 2017), but it doesn't end when the parade... Read More

Oz Film Festival comes to Regent Street Cinema

Between Friday 30th June & Sunday 2nd July, the Regent Street Cinema plays host to a celebration... Read More

A taste of the Caribbean at The Jam Tree

During the month of July, rum is set to rule in Clapham & Chelsea Read More

6 of the best European Festivals this summer

As Glastonbury looms large and tickets are as rare as rocking horse shit, why not turn to Europe and... Read More

London tuning up for summer festivals 2017

With the temperatures going up and Wimbledon around the corner, it can only mean the start of the... Read More

The Red Line - a railway journey through the Cold War

From London to Hong Kong, through Siberian snow and the heat of China, across Iron Curtain states... Read More

The Red Line: A Railway Journey Through The Cold War

From London to Hong Kong, through Siberian snow and the heat of China, across Iron Curtain states... Read More

The Silent Fountain by Victoria Fox

Written as a dual narrative, The Silent Fountain takes reader between modern day Italy and 1970s... Read More

The Wine Dine Dictionary

Want to pick the perfect wine for dinner? Wondering what to eat with a special bottle? Read More

Off the Beaten Track

A new book of four tales of unsuspecting hero Peter Sinclair, who has some unexpected adventures... Read More

Orange is the New Noir

Really exciting news here from the TNT office. One of our writer’s Mark Bibby Jackson has written... Read More

Secret London, An Unusual Guide

Where can you find monsters in Trafalgar Square? Whatever happened to Bedlam? Where can you praise... Read More

TNT meets... Mr Motivator

Mr Motivator is back! TNT's Kaye Holland catches up with the irrepressible 90s lycra legend. Read More

10 amazing bookshops in the UK

The US National Book Awards have just concluded, and it’s still a few months ago until World Book... Read More

Five tips for becoming a lifestyle entrepreneur

Tired of the daily grind? Stop dreading your dull, desk job and start planning your exit from... Read More

The TNT Travel Show - what's in it for you

On Saturday March 4th at 9.30am the TNT Travel Show opens its doors for the 10th year running. Read More

TNT Australia Day Party 2016 in pictures...

Although Australia Day isn't until Tuesday, we kicked off celebrations yesterday (Sunday) with... Read More

TNT Australia Day Party 2016

Stuck in London for Aus Day? Read More

Watch the Wallabies and All Blacks Rugby World Cup final

It’s no secret that we have the TNT / STA Travel Show this Saturday with all your favourite... Read More

Melbourne Cup

The first Tuesday in November is synonymous with the Melbourne Cup... Read More

TNT/STA Travel Show October 2015

It may be getting chilly out there, but TNT and STA Travel are about to make you feel all warm... 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

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Interview: Jon Stevens

TNT talks to Aussie music legend Jon Stevens... Read More

Interview: Tim Patch and his magnificently artistic penis

We find out about Tim's unique talent, and his artistic alter-ego "Pricasso" Read More

Interview: Richard Savage

TNT catches up with Jon Donahue to discuss his character Richard Savage in the newly released... Read More

Interview: Mick Hucknall

Celebrating the 25th anniversary of their hit album, Stars, Simply Red are back and will be hitting... Read More

Meet Naga Munchetty

BBC Breakfast newsreader and Sunday Morning Live presenter, Naga Munchetty has swapped the red sofa... Read More

Rave royalty Mark Archer appearing at Brixton Jamm

Mark Archer is rave royalty. He has been at the heart of the movement since day one as part of... Read More

Adrenaline fuelled extreme sailing series interview

The UK leg of the Extreme Sailing Series, the only truly global and annual sailing circuit in the... Read More

Oliver Silver aiming higher

26-year-old London based British Actor Oliver Silver talks to us about working with BAFTA award... Read More

Art Night returns to London

Art Night a contemporary arts festival comes to London for the second time on Saturday, July 1st.... Read More

Could you be the next Landscape Photographer of the Year?

The search for the Landscape Photographer of the Year 2017 begins Read More

Unique new arts festival comes to London in May

Over 50 artists come together for a new 12 day multi-disciplinary art event - The ONE2 festival Read More

The Art of the Brick: DC Super Heroes comes to London

Artist Nathan Sawaya Returns to London with the World’s Largest LEGO® Exhibition Inspired by... Read More

First UK exhibition by Australian Aboriginal artist

Kittey Malarvie: Milkwater and Luga to open at JGM Gallery Read More

Interview: Tim Patch and his magnificently artistic penis

We find out about Tim's unique talent, and his artistic alter-ego "Pricasso" Read More

Orange is the New Noir

Really exciting news here from the TNT office. One of our writer’s Mark Bibby Jackson has written... Read More

Life on Mars

National Geographic to unveil first ever Mars Show Home Read More

Want to boost productivity at work? Play more games

Raising productivity levels has become something of a modern-day Holy Grail, with most of us now... Read More

The rise of eSports sees wave of Gaming Cafe’s open

eSports is undoubtedly a million-dollar industry with millions of fans worldwide. America, with its... Read More

Simple Techniques to Record More Impressive Videos

Recording videos has become a lot more convenient over time as most smartphones and digital cameras... Read More

What type of gamer are you?

Gaming has changed out of all recognition over the last couple of decades thanks, largely, to the... Read More

Blackjack & Roulette - Who Wins and How?

Blackjack and roulette is two of the most popular casino games in both land-based casinos and online... Read More

Why do you have to stay anonymous online in the UK?

More and more, we see evidence of the State increasing control over it's citizens. This is... Read More

Australia - the biggest losers...

When it comes to gambling and losing at gambling, Australia takes the crown Read More

Rise of Mobile Gaming

The mobile gaming market is expected to breach the $100 billion mark for revenues in 2017 and that... Read More

The Foo Fighters Arms opens this weekend

Yep - it's no joke - one of the coolest bands on the planet is opening their very own for one... Read More

London Mezcal Week

Celebrate Mexican culture, art, food and Mezcal between 11th-17th September 2017 Read More

Pug Café heading to London

Following on from the success of Cat Cafes, dog lovers will get the one-off chance to get the same... Read More

FriendsFest returns to the UK

After the success last year of hit American comedy programme Friends tour, with rooms and... Read More

Club de Fromage on Ice returns to Alexandra Palace!

After a 'blink and you’ll miss it' summer, Fromage on Ice is back (a little like Vanilla... Read More

Review: Between the Sheets

A woman shoots her engrossed husband a dirty look as he pretends not to be interested in the lakes... Read More

Cava ‘Fizz School’ at Cordoniu's Terrace on the Thames

Anna de Cordorníu Terrace on the Thames — the sizzling pop-up bringing the buzz of... Read More

Review: Salut!, Islington

‘MEAT FISH VEG’: the outside of Salut!, a former pub on Essex Road, reads. Read More