Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Friday, September 11, 2009

Music Tickets UK, Concert Tickets London, Manchester Theaters, Sports Tickets UK, Birmingham Festivals

Music Tickets UK, Concert Tickets London, Manchester Theaters, Sports Tickets UK, Birmingham Festivals

Shared via AddThis
Super Ticket offers to sell and buy vouchers in UK for music tickets, concert tickets, theaters tickets, festivals tickets, sport stadiums tickets and others. Music lovers can buy here U2 concert tickets in UK, Madonna London tour tickets, Beyonce music tickets for UK, Backstreet Boys music concerts, Miley Cyrus live shows tickets, Muse music events tickets, The Airborne Toxic Event, Will Young shows, Lily Allen live show, White Lies concert tickets, UB40 music, Status Quo tickets, Basement Jaxx live songs, Elvis Presley music tour tickets in London, Snow Patrol events tickets, Jonas Brothers music shows, Elbow tickets and many more.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Madonna seeks Blanchett for her musical

The '4 Minutes' singer is set to direct and produce 'Wallis' - following the life of American socialite Wallis Simpson, who Britain's King Edward VIII gave up the throne to marry - and wants the 'Notes On A Scandal' actress to take on the lead role opposite 'Doctor Who' actor David Tennant after opting against casting Keira Knightley.
A source told Britain's The Sun newspaper: "The final script is now written and the locations have been scouted. Madonna is now trying to assemble the cast and put the finances in place. "The first scene of the film is an old woman in her 90s living on her own in a Parisian flat. She starts to tell her life story to her housekeeper. It turns out the old woman is Wallis Simpson. "There will be a song for each decade of her life."

Madonna - whose last acting role in a movie was in 2002 flop 'Swept Away' - had been planning to start work on the film last year, but it was put on hold while she finalised her divorce from Guy Ritchie.

A source said at the time: "Madonna sees Wallis Simpson as her next big film project. She is fascinated by this American commoner who refused to conform or offer explanations for her tangled love life. "It was all systems go until the divorce, when everything was put on the back-burner."

Edward was forbidden from marrying Wallis because she was divorced. In 1936, he gave up the throne so he could be with her. The pair married and moved to France, where they lived out their lives as the Duke and Duchess of Windsor. Edward's brother, George VI, replaced him as king.

Saturday, August 29, 2009

Kings of Leon to release remix album

KINGS OF LEON have reportedly revealed that they will release a remix album of their hits. The band told Billboard that their back catalogue will be remixed by a host of artists for the new LP. Drummer Nathan Followill said the record came about after he heard that Justin Timberlake and Pharrell had previously reworked some of the band's songs. He said: "It's neat to have these people who we would've jumped at the chance to work with ourselves... coming to us before we even get a chance to ask them. "It's amazing to hear your song played by these people who are so creative. Most of the time it takes me two or three listens to even wrap my head around, 'Oh man, that's our song'." Mark Ronson is one of the names reportedly lined up for the album. Followill also said the band want to be more adventurous on their next album. He said: "There's stuff that sounds like Radiohead. There's stuff that sounds like Thin Lizzy. There's stuff that sounds like The Band."

Friday, August 28, 2009

Jonas Brother for President

Nick Jonas wants to be US President.

The 16-year-old musician is keen to make the move into politics, and has wanted to serve his country since he was a child. He said: "I've always said that I would like to be president. It's kind of my whole thing. I'm starting the campaign now."
Nick also spoke about his struggle with diabetes - a medical condition where the body does not produce enough or respond properly to insulin, and which can result in renal failure and blindness - saying he was keen to raise awareness of the condition.
He explained to CNN show 'The Situation Room': "I'm here to basically raise awareness and encourage people to continue to do what they can to raise awareness as well in their own circle and on a broader scale. "Obviously, we've made some advances in technology to better manage our diabetes, but we're hoping for a cure one day, and that's what the main goal is."

Miley Cyrus Headed For Big Chart Debuts

Miley Cyrus‘ new “Party In The U.S.A.” could sell at least 200,000 downloads by week’s end, while Jay-Z’s all-star collaboration with Rihanna and Kanye West on “Run This Town” may sell between 150,000 and 170,000.
For Cyrus, the powerful sales figure will push her to a possible a top five debut on the Billboard Hot 100 next week. If she manages that, it’ll be her highest bow ever on the chart — beating the No. 6 entry of “The Climb” on March 21.
The good news for Cyrus doesn’t stop there: she’s also featured on the new Disney Friends for Change charity single “Send It On.” The tune boasts Cyrus, Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez and Jonas Brothers.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

The 39 Steps

This comedy stage adaptation of John Buchan’s 1935 novel The 39 Steps has been keeping audiences amused at the Criterion theatre for nearly two years, and won Best Comedy at the Laurence Olivier Awards 2007. Based on the book and the 1935 Alfred Hitchcock film noir, this stage version of The 39 Steps was devised by Patrick Barlow (aka The National Theatre Of Brent) and started life at West Yorkshire Playhouse before transferring to the Tricycle theatre and then London’s West End.

The story of The 39 Steps follows Richard Hannay, a bored London gentleman whose life suddenly becomes infinitely more interesting when a woman is murdered in his apartment. Who is she? Why did she take refuge with him? And what are the mysterious 39 Steps? Framed for her murder, Hannay flees London for Scotland on a mission to find out the answers to these and other questions. Along the way he comes across an assortment of unusual and mysterious characters and is reluctantly accompanied by prim Pamela, who inadvertently finds herself handcuffed to Hannay.
This theatrical version of The 39 Steps features all the famous scenes from the hitherto ‘unstageable’ film, including the chase on the Flying Scotsman, Hannay’s escape on the Forth Bridge, a bi-plane crash and the death-defying finale in the London Palladium. With a tongue-in-cheek humour, 1930s costumes and just four cast members playing a reported 150 roles between them, this is a slick, fast-paced, whirlwind of a comedy.