Entertainment week in picture

Entertainment week in picture

Singer Carole King returned to the UK stage to play her classic album Tapestry in full at the British Summer Time festival in London’s Hyde Park.

Georgia O’Keeffe’s Jimson Weed/White Flower No 1 went on display at Tate Modern as part of a major retrospective at the London gallery.

Chris Evans made headlines after announcing he was stepping down as host of BBC Two’s Top Gear

Alexander Skarsgard helped Margot Robbie correct a wardrobe malfunction at the European premiere of The Legend of Tarzan.

Children’s author Judith Kerr was joined by one of her creations – The Tiger Who Came to Tea – as she accepted a lifetime achievement award from the BookTrust charity at London Zoo

Lionel Richie was in London to launch an exhibition of photos taken by US photographer Alan Silfen, among them a photo of the singer with Princess Diana in 1987

US actor Erik Estrada, who found fame playing a California Highway Patrol officer in TV show Chips, revealed he is now a reserve police officer for the St Anthony Police Department in Idaho. The star plans to help the town protect children from internet predators.

A number of stars appeared at Wimbledon to catch some centre court action including (clockwise from top left) Bradley Cooper, Sir Cliff Richard, Gemma Arterton, Keeley Hawes, Matthew Macfadyen, Foxcatcher director Bennett Miller and Sienna Miller

It was a meeting of two Hermiones when Emma Watson went to see Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on stage. She met Noma Dumezweni – who plays the character as an adult – which she said “was like meeting my older self”. She added: “Having seen it I felt more connected to Hermione and the stories than I have since Deathly Hallows came out, which was such a gift.”

Guitarist Dave Gilmour performed at the ancient Roman amphitheatre in Pompeii – 45 years after playing there with Pink Floyd and becoming the first artist to perform at the venue with an audience in attendance.

Source: bbc

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