Having sold 3,000,000 copies of his books worldwide and had them translated into 15 languages his latest psychological thriller looks at the in laws from hell and the family dynamic he's entered into after recently getting married.
A play - about two women writing a play - is heading for the Hope Theatre.
The latest version is set in Calcutta, rather than Norway and follows a young Bengali woman, married to an English government official.
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Peter Pan comes to the Troubadour White City stage
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Starting underneath Marble Arch he'll run 87 miles to Dover, swim across the English Channel then cycle to the end at the to the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.
Brothers, Oli and Louis have released new music and will be at the O2 in Islington this evening.
Using his world renowned 'Alphabet Street' idea as inspiration, he's created large scale works on shop shutters on Chrisp Street in Poplar, helping to give the area a bit of colour.
He's worked with the likes of Tina Turner and Madonna, and toured with Kool and the Gang.
To mark the 50th anniversary of the Churches Conservation Trust, its CEO Peter Airs is attempting to break a new world record.
The film follows a young girl desperately trying to hold her home together and deal with her mother's mysterious illness.