Travel complications have forced Chris Robinson Brotherhood to get creative for tonight’s now acoustic show in Hamburg, Germany.
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Ariana Grande was forced to pull out of her scheduled performance on her doctor’s advice
The British electro-indie band played a near faultless sell-out intimate gig
Suffrageddon is incomplete, but buoyed producers seek funds to develop show
At the moment, the material only stretches to 12 minutes. But – after a standing ovation at the London Palladium – producers of a fledgling hip-hop musical about the suffragettes are hopeful that it could be a “British Hamilton”.
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French president makes emotional address calling for ‘people’s tribute’, as singer’s body is driven through capital on final journey
To the blast of electric guitars, the revving of Harley-Davidsons, applause and tears, France bade an emotional farewell to Johnny Hallyday, France’s rock and roll “national hero” on Saturday.
The centre of Paris ground to a halt as the wave of national grief that has overwhelmed the country since news of the death of the singer, known as the French Elvis, at the age of 74 broke early on Wednesday morning.
The tourism, retail and hotel industries are ready to go into overdrive
Most marriages usually leave a gaping hole in the happy couple’s finances but business leaders are predicting the “Meghan Markle effect” will sprinkle some stardust on “brand Britain” in 2018.
The engagement of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has sent marketers into overdrive with tourism chiefs, retailers and hoteliers optimistic that the high-profile nuptials will be a boon for the economy on what will be the eve of Brexit.
It’s confirmed: Prince Harry and American actress Meghan Markle are set to marry.
The news – which had been widely expected in the…