Paul Young talks about the Magic 80s & bringing his stretchy pants back for his 80s Invasion Tour 2017Oct 25 2016
- Last Updated on 22 October 2016
- Monica Costa
As a girl brought up in the 80s, I am a natural fan of Londoner Paul Young (born in Luton) like all my friends in the same 40+ age group. I still remember when a group of us dressed up with a shiny red body top and neon leg warmers prepared for a dance show at school along the tune Love of the Common People which in 1983 was a big hit. When I recently talked to Paul Young, now 60, he gave me the impression to be a nice naturally shy guy who does not particularly like the limelight. At his most famous back in the mid-Eighties, for several years Paul Young was one of the most famous solo artists in the UK and considered to be a heart-throb. 33 years after his first chart hit, he has gone back to his soulful roots in his latest album, Good Thing, which is a collection of classic soul covers.
Although we may think that he has disappeared from the public eye, Paul has never stopped touring the world with his band Los Pacaminos, which he founded 20 years ago as a hobby.
- Last Updated on 16 October 2016
- Monica Costa
The Star Wars franchise is here to stay. With a schedule of a movie released every year including one out this December, Rogue One – A Star Wars story, fans cannot get enough of opportunities to get closer to their interstellar heroes from the big screen and find out more about characters and the stars behind the films. Now a groundbreaking exhibition STAR WARS Identities: The Exhibition opening at the O2 on 18 November 2016 explores the complex notion of identity through the characters of Star Wars with a exclusive collection of 200 props, models, costumes and artwork from the Star Wars films. Visitors will be taken on an interactive identity quest, leaving with their own personalised and unique Star Wars character.
- Last Updated on 02 October 2016
- Flo Powell
This October, Sea Life Brighton is inviting visitors to uncover the secrets of the dark and dangerous deep, at its Spooky Seas event (15 – 31 October).
The aquarium’s fright-fest will offer a range of interactive activities to engage and enthral visitors, including a pumpkin hunt and creepy codebreaking. Those who successfully decipher the code will also get to experience the Yucky Dip, with the chance to win great prizes.