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Read blog posts written by young people about the world of entertainment.
It’s that time of year again in Europe: Christmas music is playing on the radio and whole streets of houses are decorated with fairy lights.
TED is a set of conferences, held in various cities around the world every year. With various speakers - also from various parts of the globe - all the speeches are uploaded to their website, for
It may be over a month away however our television screens are already bursting with Christmas inspired advertisements.
It’s getting closer and closer to Christmas, and that means just one thing...it’s nearly pantomime season again!
Series 11 of Strictly Come Dancing is in its seventh week. Strictly is a BBC Television programme which is broadcast every year before Christmas.
One of my absolute favourite things about this time of year is watching Christmas movies.
Have you ever been to see a musical? The Lion King, Phantom of the Opera, Mamma Mia and We Will Rock You are some of the famous musicals showing in London, the capital city of England.
When people ask me who my favourite filmmaker is, and I say Rian Johnson, they tend to look at me with a blank face. Despite releasing his first film in 2005, Rian Johnson is still quite unknown.
Like many people, I get an initial feeling of dread when I hear that a book I like has been turned into a film. Sometimes I won't even watch the film even though I love the story!
I love photography.
I saw “Monsters Inc.” in the cinema when it came out and loved it. I was desperate to see the prequel, “Monsters University” but, when it was in the cinema, I was getting ready to leave for Colom
Have you ever watched a film about a pilot who’s been turned into a pig in 1930s Italy and is in love with a beautiful (human) cabaret singer? Or one where a talking cat helps a school girl to esc
Writing about French pâtisseries in my previous article has inspired me to share with you a collection of 'fridge cake' recipes.
I used to hate horror films, and would refuse to watch them as I didn’t understand why anyone would want to scare themselves on purpose. But now I love them, and I will even watch them by myself.
Last September, I went to Paris to visit some friends. We had a great time, seeing the main sites and going out for dinner.
Don’t worry – I’m not about to reveal the ending!
Robbie Williams recently told GQ magazine, “I never watch shows in which actors appear.
“Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”, “Cinderella” and “The Little Mermaid” are stories we all know and love.
It's almost time for the summer holidays to begin.
The first thing you will notice when you watch the film (which is out in the cinemas at the moment) is the guy with dark hair and blue eyes that will probably seem quite familiar.
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