"I DREAD everything, and then I have a lovely time instead – that seems to be the way it works with me," says Scottish solo artist Kathryn Joseph when asked if she's looking forward to kicking off her new tour in Ireland next weekend.
Westlife NOW that One Direction are on their extended hiatus, and Boyzone are calling time on their 25-year run, the Irish boyband have seemingly spotted the opportunity to make their much longed-for comeback years after splitting.
SO, WHAT'S going to be hot on the reading lists of book clubs, literary fans and kiss-and-tell aficionados this year? We quizzed some industry insiders on the books set to make a mark over the coming 12 months.
BASED on a script by director Wash Westmoreland and his late husband Richard Glatzer, Colette lovingly details the true story of the French novelist, who challenged the supposed limitations of her gender in early 20th-century Paris.
DIRECTOR Jon S Baird calls lights, camera, action on a golden era of studio system Hollywood in his affectionate and heart-warming biopic of the English and American comedy duo, who shared the screen for almost 30 years.