Pablo Larraín crafts a mesmerising portrait of a princess in distress, desperately gasping for air over a suffocating Christmas celebration.
Britons have long been fascinated by Princess Diana, and this interest has continued long after her untimely death in 1997.
Paul Burrell gives royal seal of approval to Manchester’s newest hotel during glitzy launch night in Ancoats
Manchester’s newest hotel just opened its doors – and it’s already received the royal seal of approval.
In Die Diana, a play performed for the Greater Manchester Fringe 2016, writer and director Stephen M Hornby has created what he describes as a ‘dark comedy’ full of tragedy – and he delivered on his promise.
An aristocratic woman in her mid-50s steps out of the shadows and says: “I am Diana. I faked my own death.”
JJ Adams’ photo of Princess Diana with tattoos could cause much controversy when it appears at Manchester Town Hall.