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The Mighty Boosh confirm new tour and album NOT in the works

6 Jan 2014

Noel Fielding and Dave 'Bollo' Brown tackle rumours of a Boosh reunion

Members of The Mighty Boosh have stated that they will not be back on the road in 2014 (via Boosh fansite The Velvet Onion). The story, originally published by The Mail on Sunday and picked up by outlets including The Guardian and Chortle, had Boosh…

Opinion: Why Edinburgh needs The Picture House

20 Dec 2013

The venue is at risk of being transformed into a yet another Wetherspoon's pub

If you asked music fans for a single word to describe the news that Edinburgh venue The Picture House is to become a Wetherspoon's, 'depressing' might be a popular choice. Another might be 'baffling'. Why would owners MAMA & Company sell a seemingly…

Buy tickets to Neil Young & Crazy Horse and McBusted at British Summer Time Festival 2014

11 Dec 2013

Backstreet Boys and The National will provide support on two dates of the Hyde Park gig series

Neil Young & Crazy Horse and McBusted have been announced as the headliners for this year's British Summertime Festival at Hyde Park, London. The gig series, which takes place from Fri 4–Sun 13 Jul 2014, will also feature performances from The National…

Miley Cyrus to visit UK as part of 2014 BANGERZ tour

11 Dec 2013

The twerk-happy controversy magnet will visit London, Leeds, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham

Miley Cyrus is set to visit the UK in 2014 as part of her BANGERZ world tour. The Disney princess turned twerk-happy controversy magnet will visit London, Leeds, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham in May 2014, in support of her best selling recent album…

Rod Jones, Honeyblood and There Will Be Fireworks confirmed for Slowfest 2013

11 Dec 2013

The stripped back gig series will take place at Glasgow's Bar Bloc from Mon 16-Wed 18 Dec

Idlewild's Rod Jones, 'crunch pop' duo Honeyblood and indie post-rockers There Will Be Fireworks are among the acts confirmed for Slowfest 2013. The festival, which will take place at Glasgow's Bar Bloc from Mon 16–Wed 18 Dec, gives Scottish bands and…

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WATCH: The trailer for the Wachowski's Jupiter Ascending

10 Dec 2013

The sci-fi action movie stars Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis

The trailer for the Wachowskis' latest film, Jupiter Ascending, has just appeared online, with Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis providing the human element in an effects-laden extravaganza. Or rather, humanaoid – Tatum plays alien warrior Caine, whose task…

WATCH: The new trailer for George Clooney's The Monuments Men

4 Dec 2013

The WWII drama is the true story of a small team of soldiers tasked with rescuing works of art

The trailer for George Clooney's next directorial effort, The Monuments Men, has just landed, featuring a cast that includes Clooney, Matt Damon, Cate Blanchett, Bill Murray, John Goodman, Jean Dujardin and Hugh Bonneville. You can watch it…

Have a tasty lunch at The List's Stop for Soup Day on Wed 18 Dec

3 Dec 2013

The charity event aims to raise cash for Edinburgh's homeless people

The List is hosting a Stop for Soup Day at our courtyard off Edinburgh’s Royal Mile from 1-3pm on Wed 18 Dec. The event, organised via the Bethany Christian Trust, will raise funds to help find accomodation for homeless and vulnerable people during the…

Robbie Williams announces Swings Both Ways European tour for summer 2014

26 Nov 2013

The tour will call at cities across Europe and the UK before ending in London's O2 arena

Robbie Williams has announced he'll be touring around the UK and Europe in summer 2014, in support of his latest album, Swings Both Ways. The tour will call at cities including Prague, Zurich, Amsterdam, Leeds, Glasgow and Manchester, before finishing…

WATCH: The unsurprisingly NSFW trailer for Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac

22 Nov 2013

The sexually explicit film features performances from Charlotte Gainsbourg and Shia LaBeouf

The extremely Not Safe For Work trailer for Lars von Trier's Nymphomaniac has just landed, with plenty of nudity and a splash of violence for good measure. There's even hints of explicit sexual nature, although this could just be an effect of clever…

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Top 5 things that excite us at the Glasgow Film Festival 2014

21 Nov 2013

The GFF has just unveiled the first of its programme details - here's what we're looking forward to

The Glasgow Film Festival unveiled the first part of its 2014 programme today, including some exciting new strands and screening details for its tenth edition. Here are the highlights we've managed to glean so far. Pop Up Cinema Following the…

Monty Python unveil details for 2014 stage show at The O2, London

21 Nov 2013

The show will feature new and old material, animation and 'a tiny bit of ancient sex'

The surviving members of Monty Python – John Cleese, Eric Idle, Michael Palin, Terry Gilliam and Terry Jones – officially announced some details of their forthcoming stage show, which will take place at The O2, London on Tue 1 Jul 2014. Tickets will go…

Backstreet Boys and All Saints join forces for 2014 UK tour

21 Nov 2013

The two reunited pop groups will tour arena venues around the country in March/April 2014

Backstreet's back, alright! US boyband icons Backstreet Boys have announced a UK arena tour for 2014, with UK girlband counterparts All Saints providing support. The tour, which will take place through March and April 2014, is scheduled to call at some…

Extra date announced for Justin Timberlake's 20/20 Experience UK tour 2014

21 Nov 2013

The pop superstar has added an extra date at The O2, London on Tue 10 Jun 2014

New tickets for Justin Timberlake's 20/20 Experience tour will be available for purchase as of 9am on Thu 21 Nov. The new date at The O2, London on Tue 10 Jun 2014, was announced following phenomenal demand for the initial batch of tickets. In fact, all…

Arctic Monkeys to headline T in the Park 2014

20 Nov 2013

The Sheffield indie boys are the first act announced for next year's festival

Arctic Monkeys are the headliners to be confirmed for T in the Park 2014. The announcement comes just days before tickets to the festival go on sale, at 9am on Fri 22 Nov. Arctic Monkeys have been riding high on the acclaim for latest album AM…

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Hull named as UK City of Culture 2017

20 Nov 2013

The east coast English city beat off competition from Leicester, Swansea Bay and Dundee

After months of speculation and following some fervent bidding last week, Hull has been named UK City of Culture for 2017, fending off stiff competition from rival cities, Dundee, Leicester and Swansea Bay. Hull will follow Derry-Londonderry, which is…

Top 5 It's a Wonderful Life alternative sequel ideas

19 Nov 2013

Star Partners and Hummingbird Productions have announced a sequel to the 1946 Christmas classic

Star Partners and Hummingbird Productions have announced they'll be making a sequel to Frank Capra's 1946 Christmas classic It's a Wonderful Life (as reported by Variety). Entitled It's a Wonderful Life: The Rest of the Story, the film will feature the…

Katy Perry's Prismatic world tour to kick off in the UK in May 2014

18 Nov 2013

The pop sensation will tour nine cities in the UK, including Belfast, Birmingham and Glasgow

Katy Perry will begin her year-long Prismatic world tour in the UK, it was announced today. Scheduled to begin on Wed 7 May 2014, the arena tour will start in Belfast before continuing through Newcastle, Nottingham, Birmingham, Glasgow, Manchester…

George Mackay, Limmy and Peter Mullan among winners at British Academy Scotland Awards 2013

18 Nov 2013

TV series Murder, Bank of Dave and Sins of our Fathers also pick up awards

The winners of the 2013 British Academy Scotland Awards (also known as the Scottish BAFTAs) were announced last night, with Limmy's Show, George Mackay and Peter Mullan all walking away with awards. TV drama Murder was the biggest winner of the night…

WATCH: Winners and highlights from the first YouTube Music Video Awards

6 Nov 2013

The first ever ceremony honoured Eminem, Macklemore, Girls' Generation and DeStorm

YouTube has been the platform from which many an artist has made their name. With Justin Bieber being discovered on the site, PSY being catapulted into dance craze fame and OK Go showing us just how well they can dance on treadmills (and set up Rube…

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Arts & Business Scotland Awards 2013 winners

5 Nov 2013

Glasgow Film Festival, Emeli Sande and Amber Robertson among the award winners

The winners of the Arts & Business Scotland Awards 2013 have been announced, with Glasgow Film Festival, Emeli Sande and Amber Robertson among the winners. You can read the full list of award recipients below. The winners were announced at a…

James Blake bags Mercury Prize 2013 for album Overgrown

31 Oct 2013

Electronica soloist beats competition from Arctic Monkeys, Laura Mvula, Jake Bugg and Disclosure

It was a shortlist sniffed at for being too mainstream and safe, but this year’s Mercury Prize awards still managed to surprise (at least a little) with Goldsmiths graduate James Blake pipping bookies’ favourite, singer-songwriter Laura Mvula, to the…

WATCH: New trailer for X-Men sequel Days of Future Past

30 Oct 2013

Bryan Singer returns to unite the original franchise cast with that of X-Men: First Class

Time travel. Superheroes. A Hans Zimmer theme. That’s what Marvel have unveiled in the first trailer for the latest film in the X-Men series. The stars of Bryan Singer’s original trilogy are combined with that of X-Men: First Class, with Wolverine…

WATCH: The stop-motion video for Erasure's new single, 'Gaudete'

30 Oct 2013

The 'Latin carol' is the first track to be released from forthcoming Christmas album Snow Globe

Iconic synth-pop duo Erasure have returned to add a dance twist to our Christmas listening. Snow Globe, set for release on Mon 11 Nov, will be a collection of both original tracks and re-imaginings of famous seasonal songs, and is Erasure’s first…

Daniel Radcliffe to play Sebastian Coe in sporting biopic

30 Oct 2013

The film, currently entitled Gold, will cover Coe's rivalry with Steve Ovett in the 1970s and 80s

Daniel Radcliffe has been announced for the lead role in Sebastian Coe biopic Gold. The film will cover Olympian track and field star Coe's rivalry with fellow athlete Steve Ovett in the run up to the 1980 Moscow Olympics. Gold will be directed by…