In a 50-year career, Gilson Lavis has provided the beat for some of the biggest names in popular music: from Chuck Berry to Dusty Springfield, with chart-topping band Squeeze and for the past two decades with national treasure Jools Holland. His drumming still makes him happy, but the discovery five years ago that he could paint has taken that happiness to a different level.
Folklore of Lincolnshire By Susanna O’Neill Published by The History Press £14.99
Outdoor comedy is hailed a success as more than 3,500 people flocked to see Tim Minchin at the National Trust’s Belton House.
No part is too big for this ambitious actor and performer