Joan Collins has announced details of the Unscripted tour for 2018. The legendary actress and author will head to venues across the UK including London's Adelphi Theatre on September 9. She will discuss her life and career at the shows, which spans more than 50 years and has seen her star in the award-winning Dynasty and receive a Damehood for her services to charity. Plus she has also had a successful writing career, selling more than 50 million copies worldwide, which have been translated into 30 languages. Earlier this year she was announced as a guest star in the upcoming eighth season of American Horror Story. Although creator Ryan Murphy and Collins have both kept tight-lipped about her role, she did tell Entertainment Tonight she will be 'glamorous'. Where can I buy tickets? They'll be available from See Tickets here. When do they go on sale? Tickets go on sale at 10am on Wednesday May 2. How much are tickets? They're priced at £48.80-£59.80. What are the tour … [Read more...] about Joan Collins announces London show on Unscripted UK tour
A SIZZLING mini-heatwave will leave Brits basking in 23C temperatures next month thanks to the Beauty from the East. Here is what we know about the hot spell due to sweep the country after a miserable and chilly end to April. What is the UK weather forecast for this week? A cold front moved in over the weekend and Brits have woken up to a soggy start with a month's worth of rain due on the Monday alone. Up to 70mm of rain is set to lash the country with gale force winds up to 60mph expected along with it. Met Office meteorologist Becky Mitchell said this morning: "There's been some steady rain overnight and that rain is going to last throughout the day. "The highest we have had so far is down towards Kent and East Sussex, we've already had 18mm in a few spots in Kent and that's just overnight." But it's not all bad news, with Brits pinning their hopes on a sunny Bank Holiday - with temperatures expected to climb to a warm 21C next weekend. The Met Office has issued a yellow … [Read more...] about What is the UK weather forecast this week and will there be a heatwave in May?
BRITS have woken to a soggy Monday morning with a month's worth of rain expected today. Up to 70mm of rain will lash the country today, with gale force winds up to 60mph expected as a yellow weather warning remains in place. But it's not all bad news, with Brits pinning their hopes on a sunny Bank Holiday - with temperatures expected to climb to a warm 21C next weekend. Met Office meteorologist Becky Mitchell said this morning: "There's been some steady rain overnight and that rain is going to last throughout the day. "The highest we have had so far is down towards Kent and East Sussex. We've already had 18mm in a few spots in Kent and that's just overnight." Expected downfalls of 60 to 70mm will outstrip the usual 40 to 45mm seen in just one month for some areas. More than 30 flood alerts are in place. Today's wet weather has come from a slow-moving low pressure band pushing up from the continent, with Becky explaining: "It does feel a bit more like winter, seeing as we are in … [Read more...] about UK weather brings a month’s worth of rain TODAY as 60mph gusts lash Britain – but 21C sunshine to return for Bank Holiday
Updated 2:11 am, Monday, April 30, 2018 Photo: Alastair Grant, AP Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 FILE - In this Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017 file photo Britain's Home Secretary Amber Rudd looks at the media as she arrives for a Cabinet meeting at 10 Downing Street, in London. Britain's interior minister resigned Sunday amid a scandal over authorities' mistreatment of long-term U.K. residents wrongly caught up in a government drive to reduce illegal immigration. less FILE - In this Thursday, Sept. 21, 2017 file photo Britain's Home Secretary Amber Rudd looks at the media as she arrives for a Cabinet meeting at 10 Downing Street, in London. Britain's interior minister ... more Photo: Alastair Grant, AP UK's May to replace minister as immigration scandal widens 1 / 1 Back to Gallery LONDON (AP) — British Prime … [Read more...] about UK’s May to replace minister as immigration scandal widens
THE Spice epidemic in UK jails is now "beyond crisis point" and needs a government-led inquiry into the scale of the problem, the prison officers' chief has warned. The calls for action come after an NHS report revealed nurses at one prison were stopped from working with inmates over fears of being exposed to toxic fumes from the zombie-drug. Spice is a synthetic cannabis made up of a range of amphetamines and other laboratory-created chemicals that can cause vomiting, seizures, hallucinations and severe psychotic episodes. Steve Gillan, general secretary of the Prison Officers' Association, called on the government to act before a prison staffer dies. "The epidemic of Spice in our jails is beyond crisis point," he told the Mirror Online on Sunday. "I am calling on the secretary of state to order an immediate inquiry. "The Health and Safety Executive should also be involved. People who work in prisons every day are at risk because of this dangerous drug." Staff were withdrawn from the … [Read more...] about Prison chief warns Zombie drug Spice is so rife in jails the UK is ‘beyond crisis point’