This weekend's Download Festival is part of a live event trial to see if large-scale gatherings are possible.
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Anthony Ramos is perhaps best known in the UK as John Laurens and Philip Hamilton in the stage musical Hamilton.
He's played Lowry and Turner, and now the actor explains how he came to be holding his own art show.
Andrew Lloyd Webber has pulled his latest musical out of a government pilot scheme for live events because theatre had been treated as "an afterthought and undervalued".
Ten thousand people are taking part in a government-backed pilot version of the three-day rock festival.
The Italian glam-rockers are the first Eurovision victors to have a top 10 hit for almost a decade.
Bastille, Bombay Bicycle Club, Wolf Alice and The Chemical Brothers are due to headline the event.
The impresario had said he'd be willing to be arrested if Cinderella couldn't open to a full house.
Ahead of Download Festival, headliners Enter Shikari talk about finally being back on stage.
Campaigners are trying to raise £15m to buy a "lost library" including rare Emily Bronte poems.
Dave Grohl's band rename themselves the Dee Gees and cover five 1970s hits by the Gibb brothers.
Scarlett Johansson says her character was treated like "a possession or a thing" in Iron Man 2.
Kim Kardashian West has said she almost became a "runaway bride" before her 72-day marriage to basketball player Kris Humphries.
The final book in her Thomas Cromwell trilogy wins the award - 11 years after the first part did so.
Lin-Manuel Miranda's movie musical has enjoyed positive reviews but also sparked a colourism row.
A painting by musician David Bowie found at a Canadian dump is set to be auctioned for thousands.
Warner Music acquires the dance producer's back catalogue in a deal worth more than $100m.
Indian actress Priyanka Chopra, US footballer Megan Rapinoe and transgender model Valentina Sampaio have joined Victoria's Secret as the embattled lingerie company undergoes a "dramatic shift".
The legendary Motown singer recorded every track on Thank You in her home studio.
Newsbeat's gaming reporter looks back at highlights from the world's most influential gaming event.
The star calls on the government to provide cancellation insurance for the UK's festival scene.
Bigfoot will see performances by Primal Scream and Hot Chip despite current lockdown restrictions.
Participants on the show's seventh series will also receive "comprehensive" psychological support.
Leona Lewis claims US designer Michael Costello body shamed her in 2014.
Hit sitcom Absolutely Fabulous would not get made today "because everything is sensitive", one of its stars has said.
The swimsuit, worn by the late actress in a famous Carry on Camping scene, raises money for charity.
The disgraced producer is currently serving a 23-year prison sentence for rape and assault charges.
A former BBC director general has told MPs his trust in journalist Martin Bashir was "misplaced".
The drinks company says it will conduct a "further review" of the new news channel's content.
Sting has paid tribute to a former pupil he taught in the 1970s who has died.
The Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy author fell in the bathroom at home in Cornwall, an inquest hears.
Like so many musicians Jack Savoretti is finding it tough not being able to promote his new record on the road like he usually would.
Actress Lisa Banes has died aged 65 after being involved in a hit-and-run accident in New York City.
The creators of the adult animated spin-off series Harley Quinn say TV bosses vetoed their fun.
Former director general Tony Hall says he is "sorry for the for the hurt caused" to the Royal Family.
Filmmaker Lin-Manuel Miranda has said he is "truly sorry" for a lack of Afro-Latino actors in lead roles for his new musical In The Heights, saying: "We fell short."
Get to know the 21-year-old whose debut album will be coming out on Ed Sheeran's record label.
Chrissy Teigen has returned to social media and apologised for cyberbullying, saying: "I was a troll, full stop, and I am so sorry".
Two Great British Photography Challenge hopefuls are named victors by Rankin and his fellow judges.