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The winner and runner-up of this year's BP Portrait Award are both artists who have painted portraits of their children.
Having emerged from broken marriage number three and some serious heart-searching, Jennifer Lopez tells Celia Walden she is feeling happier and stronger than ever.
Ballet dancer David Wall, who became the youngest male principal in the history of the Royal Ballet, dies of cancer, aged 67.
The new play that keeps its audience in the dark
Ophelia Horton is a fashion blogger with a difference - she is just 13 years old.
Daniel Radcliffe gives Martin McDonagh's pitch-black comedy its much-needed heart, writes Charles Spencer.
Portraits by 19th century photographers Henry and Charles Meade are subjects of a new exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington.
Twenty years after the teenager Stephen Lawrence was stabbed to death in London, details of a star-studded concert in his memory have been unveiled.
Andrew Garfield has agreed to a further two instalments of the Amazing Spider-Man films, Sony Pictures have announced.
A new Family Arts Festival launches with a programme of more than 1,000 events across the country.
Art collector Charles Saatchi is cautioned for assault after images of him grasping his wife, Nigella Lawson, by the neck appeared in a newspaper.
Award-winning pop stars Emeli Sande and Ed Sheeran will perform at a concert to mark the 20th anniversary of the murder of Stephen Lawrence
As ITV announces the return of Birds of a Feather, Michael Hogan considers the troubled history of the rebooted sitcom.
Emeli Sande and Ed Sheeran are among the artists taking part in a concert to mark the 20th anniversary of the murder of Stephen Lawrence.
Three threatened museums in York, Manchester and Bradford are "safe" from closure, Culture Minister Ed Vaizey says.
A former stunt double for Angelina Jolie sues News Corp in the US, accusing the company of hacking into her phone to gain information about the star.
Unity: A Concert for Stephen Lawrence will feature performances from Emeli Sandé and Labrinth this September, 20 years after the 18-year-old died.
Hit sitcom Birds Of A Feather is to return to TV after 15 years but will be broadcast on ITV, which has signed up the original BBC cast and writers.
This intelligent family drama exudes technical proficiency and dramatic ingenuity, and yet, says Dominic Cavendish, it also feels like an exercise.
The rare combination of Britten's three 'parable' operas at the Aldeburgh Festival was only intermittently rewarding, says Rupert Christiansen.