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Kaleidoscope: the festival is aimed at children of all ages, as well as their parents. Photograph: Ruth Medjber

The line-up for Kaleidoscope, the new three-day family-friendly festival at Russborough Estate this summer, has been announced. Bell X1 and Tom Odell(...)

Marvel’s Luke Cage: second series starts Friday. Photograph: David Lee/Netflix

The Best of The Late Late Show Friday, RTÉ One, 9.35pm A look back at some of the best moments of the season, featuring a sing-along with the man who (...)

Bananarama will be performing  at Beatyard. Otherwise it’s an all-male line-up of festival headliners at   Forbidden Fruit, Longitude, Body & Soul, Sea Sessions, Indiependence and Castlepalooza. Clearly there is something wrong. Photograph: Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile

Last week, a mild storm reflecting a major issue broke out online. The electronic music festival Higher Vision was called out for its lack of female a(...)

The Stone Roses - All For One ★★ Last time The Stone Roses returned from a lengthy hiatus, their calling card was Love Spreads: a magnificent,(...)

It only takes one listen to the debut album of David Rhodes to guess the albums in his record collection. For example, you might surmise t(...)

Not quite an outright pop heartthrob, not quite a household name, not quite cool enough to get the seal of approval from discerning musos: it’s safe t(...)

Two major media events took place last Saturday. Kanye West married Kim Kardashian in Florence, and Real Madrid beat Atlético Madrid in the Champio(...)

Between now and September, a weekend will not pass without a festival or big music show of some stripe or other to tempt you with its wares. The bi(...)

Kate Moss receives the British Male Solo Artist award on behalf of David Bowie at The Brit Awards 2014 at 02 Arena  in London last night. Photograph:  Ian Gavan/Getty Images.

Indie quartet Arctic Monkeys picked up the coveted best album award and triumphed over boy band One Direction to be named best group, promptin(...)

When Philip Larkin memorably wrote “They fuck you up, your mum and dad. They may not mean to, but they do” in 1961, he wouldn’t have had in a mind the(...)