Bergendahl is Sweden’s least successful Eurovision entrant, failing to make the final in 2010, and her successful return to Melodifestivalen – finishing 10th with Ashes To Ashes in 2019 and 3rd with Kingdom Come a year later – has been a genuine thrill.
Read on for reasons including Klara Hammarström and Lillasyster
The most memorable time the Game Of Thrones star performed in the West End was at the Duke Of York’s in 2016 for Jamie Lloyd’s Doctor Faustus. It was our 2nd best read piece that year which may have had something to do with Harington flashing his bum during the performance. Hard to know what to expect from his Henry V (Harington pictured) at the Donmar which is in previews from 12 February and is booking until 9 April. Directed by Max Webster (Cover My Tracks, The Lorax, Old Vic). TicketsUpdate: due to Covid-19-related absences in the company the 1st 4 previews have been cancelled
Read on for reasons includingMonica Dolan, new Tears For Fears albumand intimateYears and Years gig
WHEN?: Saturday 19 February 2022 7pm UK/8pm CET Update: Covid means all shows will now be from Stockholm
WHERE? Linköping Saab Arena WHERE DO I WATCH? SVT Play
Bengtzing returns to the scene of her greatest success for an 8th attempt at the Melodifestivalen win that has eluded her with such fan favourites as Jag ljuger så bra (I lie so well),Hur svårt kan det va? (How hard can it be?) and E de fel på mig? (Is there something wrong with me?).
Read on for reasons including Faith Kakembo, Lisa Miskovsky and Anders Bagge