Bosoms heave, corsets strain and venomous one-liners land with marksman-like precision in Whit Stillman’s delicious period romantic comedy, based on Jane Austen’s novella Lady Susan.
The Thomson triplets are a rarity indeed… the odds on the three girls being identical are as high as one in 200 million.
Carnforth singer Ashleigh Wood is taking her career up a notch after being signed to a new record label.
Summer is on its way and that means one thing to music lovers: festival time.
The Hobbit will be taking a dramatic and epic journey across Lancaster parkland this summer.
Walks and dreams in the Cotswold Hills; haunting shadowy nights wrapped by Skye’s unforgiving Cuillin ridge and nomadic weeks on Scotland’s west coast and Islands have all conspired to help create an award-winning folk artist’s debut album.
Reopening an old and disturbing murder case brings more questions than answers for Amsterdam police detective Pieter Vos.
Brief Encounter is widely regarded as one of the greatest British movies of all time. Filmed at Carnforth Railway Station, a new exhibition there looks at the career of the film’s director David Lean. Heritage Centre Manager John Adams explains the history of the film, with some exclusive photographs
For those of us who were listening, it has never got any better than 1971.
It’s no secret that we Brits love our television but new research has revealed just how much and it turns out we spend almost ten years each in front of the gogglebox.
Political commentator and Labour activist Owen Jones spoke at a sold out event at The Dukes Theatre in Lancaster on Thursday night, May 19.
The Lakeland Wildlife Oasis, near Milnthorpe, is starting the May half term with a special Sunday session for families to raise awareness of red squirrels.
This week, Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest burns bright on Nintendo 3DS, the Homefront Revolution launches on Xbox One and Out Of The Park Baseball 17 hits a home run on PC.
Punk and Disorderly returns to the newly re-opened Bobbin in a couple of weeks with over 20 acts performing over two days of musical madness.
When Wolf Truly heads for one of Southern California’s highest mountains on his 18th birthday, it’s not to celebrate but to jump to his death from the summit.
A Tibetan folk singer who made the 250 mile journey from Tibet to Nepal over 18 days on foot to escape Chinese repression more than 10 years ago will perform at the Hothouse on Saturday May 28.
We arrived at 1725 on a Friday at 17.25. This was pure coincidence.
The title says it all… fasten your seatbelt, adjust your earplugs and set sail on a riotous voyage through the choppy, chirpy life and times of the LOUD and lovable Brian Blessed.
Hollywood bad boy Charlie Sheen has revealed big screen comeback plans after admitting for the first time that his public ‘meltdown’ was a result of dealing with his HIV secret.
Top notch children’s books publisher Usborne know how to put the fun into reading and learning… and it’s never too early to start.
Making his debut playing at the North Lancs Soul Festival will be Essex born music producer, re-mixer and broadcaster James JJ Williams.
Blinking ‘eck ... is this the most teasing optical illusion of all time?
One of the UK’s best loved outdoor events is preparing to kick off the 2016 summer festival season in style.
A British wrestling legend rolled back the years on a night of nostalgia and exciting action at Morecambe Winter Gardens.
Born in Burnley and raised in Blackpool, former newspaper journalist Stephen Booth has not strayed far from his northern roots in a crime thriller series that has turned him into an award-winning author.
It’s nearly 70 years since the NHS was born… but what was it like to be a nurse on the frontline of such a pioneering institution?
A rock and roll festival will bring back tourism to the Lake District after it suffered huge losses and devastation during the floods last winter.
Punk rock’s not dead, but the young musicians who hope to revive the anarchic spirit of the 1970s, are an endangered species in Jeremy Saulnier’s horror thriller.
Fresh from supporting Scouting for Girls, Rick Astley and Stooshe as well performing alongside Little Mix, The Vamps and Professor Green; Amy-Jo is no stranger to the music industry.
Somebody once told me, when James play the sun shines.
It’s confusing to be thrown into a blow-out frat party, and then pitched into a world of rubble, khaki and sky blue burqas.
This week, Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End is finally unleashed on PS4, Doom locks and loads on Xbox One and Professional Farmer 2017 starts up the tractor on PC.
This is a great story about friendship, fights and finding the person we really want to be.
Is it a story book, is it a playmat, or is it a deep-sea diving submarine?
The recent BBC adaptation of The Night Manager was a delicious reminder of writer John Le Carre’s ability to wring nerve-shredding tension from spy games orchestrated by self-serving members of the British Secret Service.
Grab your best disco outfits for a journey back in time to when Abba dominated the charts.
On paper, mixing ABBA’s now classic music with a storyline involving a Greek island and a young girl trying to find her father, who could be any of her mother’s three 70’s lovers, sounds a stretch.
It's great being a parent. You get to pretend to be a pirate or a princess, depending on what you like best.
When the River Lune burst its banks and the rain hammered down in December 2015, one of Lancaster’s most popular pubs ended up under three feet of water.
Memories of the Hacienda Classical event are still in the air as more pictures of the night are released.
Old School Brewery in Warton host their third Live Ale weekend event this Bank Holiday.
Chat up lines tend to be thought of as a jokey dating tactic, not as a serious way to find love, but a new survey has found that 45% of people in the UK still use chat up lines.
Just as summer finally arrives, up pops the perfect beach read… a sweeping saga of love, family, conflict and betrayal from Santa Montefiore, the queen of classy romance.
There is plenty to smile – and laugh – about as Little Tiger Press, one of the nation’s busiest and best independent publishers of children’s books, gives the summer season a roaring start.
The Hacienda Classical night at Williamson Park last Sunday was the best thing to happen to Lancaster since The Stone Roses played The Sugarhouse 27 years ago.
Strip back the pristine visuals, which were once meticulously hand-drawn, and most animated films are hard-wired with an important life lesson to cherish once the end credits roll.
One of the country’s popular fashion guru’s Gok Wan stopped off for a meal in Lancaster on Tuesday night (May 10).
A major road in the Lake District which collapsed during Storm Desmond has reopened three weeks ahead of schedule - paving the way for one of the region’s biggest festivals.
Indie folk four piece The Woodsmen launch their debut EP at The Hall in China Street, Lancaster, this weekend.
A blues legend will return to perform at The Gregson Centre in Lancaster for the first time in 10 years this weekend.