Steph Broadribb is perhaps best known by her alter ego, Crime Thriller Girl… an online blogger and book reviewer with a love of ‘all things crime thriller.’
Trainspotting's long-awaited sequel has won over most critics - although all agree it can never leave the same legacy as the original.
More Music’s Spring term of music sessions, gigs and events is well underway.
The North Lancs Soul Festival will return to its spiritual home in Morecambe for the eleventh time.
Here is our guide of things to do this weekend in Lancashire. 4 comments
The Morecambe Carnival’s annual dinner returns to The Globe Arena for another night of casino fun and fundraising.
Love can come into your life at the most unexpected time… rather like a baby!
‘We still live in a world where you can disappear if you want to. Or even if you don’t.’
Banish the January blues with a season of brilliant new books!
A cash windfall for festivals will be part of Morecambe Town Council’s annual budget.
Couples wanting to tie the knot this year are being invited to apply for a new series of Don’t Tell the Bride.
If you’ve never experienced the sublime silliness of LipService, now’s your opportunity to enjoy their latest comedy classic, Mr Darcy Loses the Plot.
Two long-term friends are stepping outside of their usual roles to run innovative dance classes across the district.
The spirit of Irish rock icon Phil Lynott and his band Thin Lizzy will be well and truly alive when tribute act Limehouse Lizzy take to the Morecame stage.
Diners will play a part in a live episode of Lancaster’s own version of Fawlty Towers.
Britain’s lewdest, crudest and boldest comedian, Roy Chubby Brown, is set to entertain audiences in Morecambe.
Big news in the TV world this morning as Channel 4 has announced that hit ‘90s show Crystal Maze is coming back to our screens. 3 comments
Anguished silences between members of a fractured Massachusetts family speak volumes about the loss of a son in writer-director Kenneth Lonergan’s elegiac drama.
The frenzied expectation surrounding writer-director Damien Chazelle’s musical love story was deafening before La La Land won a record seven Golden Globe awards earlier this week.
Feed your mind and your belly at The Chef Show coming to The Dukes this January.
A community project is stirring up interest in music in the West End of Morecambe and helping to improve people’s confidence at the same time.
A Morecambe cameraman will celebrate his 14th year of sharing his photographic adventures with audiences.
Grab 2017 by the balls and take part in the UK’s most daring dating show.
Bird-watching turns to people-watching with deadly results in a dark and intriguing Hitchcock-style thriller from actor and now author Ross Armstrong. 1 comment
After forays into 18th century London and the Kent coast in 1851, author-to-watch Sophia Tobin returns with a gripping gothic tale of intrigue, romance and revenge set amidst the brooding hills of Brontë country.
As the new school term gets under way, there is plenty of reading fun to keep youngsters smiling this January.
Five hours of free film fun for fans of Laurel and Hardy is on offer in Morecambe this weekend.
A magician will pull out all the tricks as he brings his tour to Lancaster next month.
Here is our guide of what things are happening this weekend.
World-renowned violinist Nicola Benedetti will launch the spring season of live performance at Lancaster Arts this January.
There’s a chance to meet the writer, director and star of a new grisly revenge fantasy film at The Dukes cinema on January 16.
John Flagg, pseudonym of American crime writer John Gearon who died in 1970, delivers a barrage of murder and mayhem in two fabulous 1951 mysteries… with the added bonus of a suspense-packed short story.
Thousands of people with dementia, their families, friends and carers nationwide are benefiting from a pioneering project run from The Dukes.
When I was a boy, I wanted to be a soldier, or a policeman, or possibly Alan Kennedy, the moustachioed, tightly-permed left-back of the all-conquering Liverpool team of the early 1980s.
It’s Christmas, the time of year when tradition dictates we give gifts, eat way too much and ignore all the other TV channels and watch the BBC.
Preston North End players are on track to be the stars of a new video.3 comments
As the popcorn goes stale on another cinema-going year, film critic Damon Smith looks forward to the action-packed blockbusters, heartbreaking dramas, uproarious comedies and potential Oscar winners that will be lighting up the big screen over the next 12 months ...
While shiny new PlayStation 4 Slims and Xbox One S games consoles are likely to be high up on the wish lists of many this Christmas, others would like nothing more than to slip back in time to the golden age of video games, between the late 70s and early 90s. 1 comment
Whether you gorge on Game of Thrones or are glued to Breaking Bad, us Brits have become a nation of box set addicts with half of Brits (50 per cent) happy to watch between two and four one-hour episodes of a TV show in one go.
Politicians know to their cost not to take too much notice of opinion polls.4 comments
A Lancaster cinema has cut its ticket prices in half for a year.
Just four per cent of people think a press regulator should be funded by donations from wealthy individuals and trusts, the Impress model, compared with 49 per cent who believe it should be funded by the newspaper industry itself, as the Independent Press Standards Organisation is, a new YouGov poll has found.
Fear… it’s perhaps the most powerful and visceral human emotion, and one that exciting US author Peter Swanson has learned to exploit with breathtaking audacity and skill.
In the volatile and dangerous world of London’s super rich, a small, intrepid band of close protection officers must keep the billionaires, oligarchs, tycoons and famous names safe from harm.
It was packed to the rafters for Divide and Conker’s album launch party at The Yorkshire House on New Year’s Eve eve.
Audiences for the UK's most-watched TV shows on Christmas Day have fallen to their lowest level on record.2 comments
Here is our guide of the best comic book and games stores in the region. 4 comments
Celebrity Big Brother will return to screens tonight with a new line-up of stars both old and new to the show.
What a cracking show this is! Educational, but hilariously funny too and one not to miss before the festive season grinds to a halt at the beginning of January.
Following a critically acclaimed seven-week run in London’s Soho Theatre last year, OperaUpClose make their debut performance in Lancaster with Bizet’s Carmen.