Given the low bar set by recent DC films, Peter Woodhouse was surprised and impressed by lead Ezra Miller in the dual titular role.
Plenty of activities include a bug hunt, Tudor event, sports centre Holiday Clubs, mostly bookable in advance online, plus shows and films for kids.
The musical memory lane production has been seen by more than a million people and is one of the biggest success stories in British theatre history.
From the producers of That'll Be The Day, the June concert tells the story of “the most successful duo of all time”.
The most popular supervillains via global Google searches are named. Peter Woodhouse says many of these bear little relation to their comics origins.
Blogger Giles Luckett suggests some choices that will allow you to celebrate the extra bank holiday in style with wine.
Jeff Hoyle reveals about 19 pubs once existed along one thoroughfare alone at one time or another.
Felines include a bonded pair tabby and tabby and white, a ginger around 5 years old, and a black and white around 2 years old.
This tower at a grand mock Tudor style station in a quiet village was built for the Royal Family and guests.
Don't worry it won't be Illegal to watch this homage to Henley, Walsh, Frey, Schmidt and company who'll be The New Kids In Town soon.
News of the third 'long-player' from When Rivers Meet comes ahead of their April and May headline UK tour.
A drawing by a local artist depicts the oldest working theatre in the UK and where William Shakespeare’s acting company came to perform.
All proceeds, with teams taking part from Grimsby to Great Yarmouth plus Fastest Shot and Keepy Uppy competitions, will go to the charity foundation.
Expect songs like ‘Evil Woman’, ‘Telephone Line’ and the legendary ‘Mr. Blue Sky’ performed by musicians including a female string section.
A top pop international tribute show will be bringing number one hits to the stage in a production like no other, so be a Super Trouper and attend.
"It’s a beautiful night out. This show is as far removed from most of today’s jukebox musicals as you can imagine," says reviewer Sarah Hardy.
A talk about a famous Russian jeweller who designed iconic eggs will be taking pace at a village hall.
This week's politics column is written by Jo Rust where she advises voters to use their vote carefully.
One show is 65 million years in the making – go face-to-face with a T-Rex – and the other is the story of the ‘king of rock and roll’.
Highlights for the big top starting March 1 include a juggling act flying the flag for Ukraine.