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How Ed Sheeran owned the charts – with 16 tracks heading for high 40

Ed Sheeran’s new songs are at the moment hogging 16 locations within the Official Chart’s Prime 40. And based mostly on present gross sales the singer’s new album ÷ is about to promote greater than 500,000 in its first week. It will likely be probably the most any artist has bought within the UK since Adele’s 25 in November 2015, with 800,307 copies. Sheeran totally dominates the highest 10 within

Imogen Poots will get her claws into Woolf function

Picture copyright Charlie Grey Picture caption Poots performs naive younger spouse Honey in Edward Albee’s play Imogen Poots is making her West Finish debut in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, a basic of Broadway theatre. Co-star Luke Treadaway can already boast an Olivier award for his final stage efficiency. However they’re each having fun with digging deep right into a script the place the 4 characters by no means let

Pussyhat goes on show at V&A in London

Picture copyright Victoria and Albert Museum Picture caption The V&A known as the pussyhat “an essential acquisition” A pink woollen “pussyhat” that was worn on the Ladies’s March on Washington has gone on show on the V&A in London. The hat was one among hundreds donned at January’s protest in response to Donald Trump’s controversial 2005 feedback about grabbing girls “by the pussy”. The garment varieties a part of the

Ladies’s Prize for Fiction: Margaret Atwood amongst finalists

Picture copyright AFP Picture caption Madeleine Thien and Margaret Atwood are amongst this 12 months’s nominees Margaret Atwood, Madeleine Thien and Sarah Perry are among the many 16 finalists for this 12 months’s worldwide Ladies’s Prize for Fiction. Atwood’s Shakespeare-inspired Hag-Seed is nominated alongside Perry’s The Essex Serpent, which was named Waterstones E book of the Yr in 2016. Solely three debut novelists – Ayobami Adebayo, Emma Flint and Fiona

After Rosencrantz and Guildenstern, is Daniel Radcliffe prepared for Hamlet?

Picture copyright Manuel Harlan Picture caption Joshua McGuire and Daniel Radcliffe in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Lifeless Daniel Radcliffe says he’s actually eager to be in a Shakespeare play – though he admits he is no skilled on the Bard. The Harry Potter star has been praised for his newest position in Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Lifeless at London’s Previous Vic. Tom Stoppard’s comedy, first carried out in 1966, centres

Honey G joins Beatles and Bowie as British pop museum is reborn

Picture copyright BBC/ITV/Rex/Shutterstock Picture caption Honey G’s studded cap and jacket are on present within the British Music Expertise A museum celebrating British rock and pop historical past has moved to Liverpool after failing to take off in London. The British Music Expertise was on the O2 Enviornment for 5 years till 2014, and has now been reborn within the grand Cunard Constructing on Liverpool’s waterfront. It’s exhibiting a number

How Ed Sheeran owned the charts – with 16 tracks heading for prime 40

Ed Sheeran’s new songs are at present hogging 16 locations within the Official Chart’s High 40. And based mostly on present gross sales the singer’s new album ÷ is ready to promote greater than 500,000 in its first week. It will likely be essentially the most any artist has offered within the UK since Adele’s 25 in November 2015, with 800,307 copies. Sheeran completely dominates the highest 10 within the

Imogen Poots will get her claws into Woolf function

Picture copyright Charlie Grey Picture caption Poots performs naive younger spouse Honey in Edward Albee’s play Imogen Poots is making her West Finish debut in Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, a traditional of Broadway theatre. Co-star Luke Treadaway can already boast an Olivier award for his final stage efficiency. However they’re each having fun with digging deep right into a script the place the 4 characters by no means let

Pussyhat goes on show at V&A in London

Picture copyright Victoria and Albert Museum Picture caption The V&A known as the pussyhat “an vital acquisition” A pink woollen “pussyhat” that was worn on the Girls’s March on Washington has gone on show on the V&A in London. The hat was certainly one of 1000’s donned at January’s protest in response to Donald Trump’s controversial 2005 feedback about grabbing ladies “by the pussy”. The garment varieties a part of

Ladies’s Prize for Fiction: Margaret Atwood amongst finalists

Picture copyright AFP Picture caption Madeleine Thien and Margaret Atwood are amongst this yr’s nominees Margaret Atwood, Madeleine Thien and Sarah Perry are among the many 16 finalists for this yr’s worldwide Ladies’s Prize for Fiction. Atwood’s Shakespeare-inspired Hag-Seed is nominated alongside Perry’s The Essex Serpent, which was named Waterstones Ebook of the Yr in 2016. Solely three debut novelists – Ayobami Adebayo, Emma Flint and Fiona Melrose – have