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One of the biggest advancements in Mario Kart history is the addition of online multiplayer action that came with the Wii release back in 2008, along with motorbikes and mad stunt jumps.
Martin McDonagh’s 1996 play, The Cripple Of Innishmaan, has just opened at the Noël Coward Theatre bringing the dark comedy back to the West End, where it opened seventeen years ago at
Terry Pratchett’s Snuff is the latest novel in the brilliant City Watch series featuring the impassible Commander Samuel Vimes as he’s sort of forced on holiday with his wife Lady Sybil Ramkin
It’s been a while since a Nick Hornby novel was adapted for cinematic release (2009′s An Education being the last), but soon we’ll have a BBC Films adaptation of A Long Way
Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre will soon be putting on The Lighting Child, which sounds set to be a mixed up reworking of Athenian playwright Euripides’ tragedy Bacchae. Blurring the imagined
Cormac McCarthy’s writing usually hit the bookshelves before being adapted for the big screen, as was the case with The Road and No Country For Old Men, but with upcoming movie
The Serpentine Gallery has just unveiled its Summer Pavilion for 2013 and it looks like another impressive example of temporary architecture to help bring Hyde Park to life this summer
E3 began earlier this week and already there’s a raging console war hotting up and more new games than you’ll ever have time to complete, but our favourite reveal of day one
It might not feel like it, but it’s been more than two years since the sticky spring that is the Syrian Civil War first began. In an attempt to do what they