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DJs and music fans are hoping to secure Unesco world heritage status for Berlin’s techno culture amid ongoing fears it could struggle to survive. Music fans from across the world still travel to the German capital to visit renowned clubs such as Tresor and Berghain – and a growing campaign is calling on the authorities […]

Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence has told reporters of one of the hardest things about shooting her latest movie Don’t Look Up – losing a tooth. Lawrence, speaking on the Netflix film’s red carpet in New York, explained she “lost a tooth pretty early in the filming”, and because of the COVID pandemic, had to […]

Actor Michael Sheen has turned himself into a “not-for-profit” actor, and said that he can fund causes he is passionate about by making movies. He says that the realisation for him was the 2019 Homeless World Cup in Cardiff, which he organised, telling The Big Issue: “I had committed to helping to organise that and […]

Stephen Graham has hailed independent film as the reason he became an actor at a ceremony celebrating the industry. Speaking at the British Independent Film Awards (BIFAs), where he was nominated for best actor for the one-shot drama Boiling Point, the star told Sky News it’s a part of cinema’s eco-system that needs protecting. “It’s […]

Musicians including Dave, Little Simz, and Ghetts have been honoured at this year’s MOBO Awards. The ceremony, which showcases the best black music in the UK, Africa, the Caribbean, and beyond, also hailed London rapper Central Cee as the best drill act. Rapper Dave won album of the year after picking up the most MOBO […]

Banksy has offered to raise millions of pounds to boost a bid to transform a prison which once held Oscar Wilde into an arts centre. Campaigners hope the move will prevent the Grade-II listed HMP Reading from being sold to housing developers. The anonymous street artist hopes to transform the Berkshire prison into a “refuge […]