- County Durham
- Greater Manchester
- Isle of Wight
- North Humberside
What's on, when it's on - guide to British Events
Culturally diverse, home to an enviable heritage, and renowned for our quirky sense of humour, quintessential stiff upper lip and (according to the Yanks) bad teeth, we Brits love nothing more than to let our hair down and watch our favourite band, visit a theme park, go to a music festival or spend a day out with the kids.
We think we've got just what you need. We are Britain's best events guide, and we're designed to make it easier to track down an event that suits you, because the last thing you want is to be bored. Because that just wouldn't be British.
Does Bonnie Tyler have the Eurovision winner?
Bonnie Tyler's British Eurovision entry 'Believe In Me' has all the notes in the right places and a chance of bringing the competition back to the UK. The singer belted out her song at the rehearsals raising the roof and her profile.Last surviving Bee Gee honours his brothersToday in Britain. What's on, when it's onJunction 16 brings back Mungo Jerry after 43 yearsMichael Jackson: New child molestation claims byRadio 1's Big Weekend lineup announcedBieber attacked on stage in DubaiMy Bloody Valentine join T in the Park line-upBBC Proms appoints first woman for 'Last Night'Under 25s boost UK vinyl sales
Manchini's kitman calls him arrogant and vain
The former kitman for sacked Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini took to Twitter and told the world how 'arrogant, ignorant and vain' the Ex Man City boss really was. Stephen Aziz also went on to say the 'guy was really a piece of work'.Bafta honour for BaldingAlex Ferguson to retire after 26 yearsTeam Sky Tour de France discordBritish & Irish Lions squad announcedThree Brits sign for NFL TeamsBale wins PFA Player & Young Player AwardsPremier League - Arsenal host champions UtdDanny Cipriani has been hit by double-decker busBritish & Irish Lions - BritEvents mock squad
The Curious Incident receives the most nominations
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night has had the most nominations for the Laurence Olivier Awards for 2013. The production has been recognised for eight awards including best new play, best director and best actor.Richard Briers has died but he had a 'Good Life'Rowan Atkinson wins praise for 'serious' roleComedians walk Hadrian's Wall for charityWorld Premiere:Charlie and the Chocolate FactoryJim Davidson pulled out of Celebrity Big BrotherJesus Christ Superstar returns with Moyles & Mel COliviers to be broadcast on mainstream TVHammer Horror takes to the stageThe Mousetrap celebrates 60 years on stage
Other Event News
Shaun the Sheep Set for another woolly movie
Shaun the Sheep, one of the most popular characters in the Aardman Animations stable, is to make his big-screen debut in spring 2015.Duke and Duchess visit Potter StudiosBroadchurch star leads BAFTA TV AwardsBets on for Kate Middleton's baby due in 9 weeksBGT's David Walliams & Lara Stone have baby boyPosh gets signature pob backFAB1 completes marathon drive for Breast CancerDesigner Gromits unveiled in BristolCorrie's Ken Barlow arrested today for rapeStansted worker says it with a cake