BBC News - Entertainment & Arts Don Warrington up for Manchester Theatre Award for playing King Lear 2017-01-16T14:34:59.000000Z Don Warrington is nominated for best actor at the Manchester Theatre Awards for playing King Lear. Cilla Black statue unveiled as Cavern Club celebrates 60 years 2017-01-16T13:14:24.000000Z Liverpool celebrates 60 years of the Cavern Club as a life-size statue of Cilla Black is unveiled outside the venue. Thandi Klaasen: Tributes for South African jazz star 2017-01-16T12:05:20.000000Z Renowned singer who promoted a "cosmopolitan culture" in racially divided South Africa is mourned. Sherlock finale ratings hit all-time low 2017-01-16T11:46:04.000000Z The series finale of BBC One's Sherlock drew its lowest-ever overnight UK ratings on Sunday night, with 5.9m tuning in. 500 Words: BBC Radio 2's short story competition launches 2017-01-16T08:28:15.000000Z BBC Radio 2's annual short story competition for children aged five to 13 has launched. Martin Luther King's 1967 Tyneside visit marked with events 2017-01-16T00:15:31.000000Z The 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King's visit to the north-east of England is to be celebrated. Viola Davis: Hollywood 'being forced to open up' 2017-01-15T19:24:18.000000Z Hollywood star Viola Davis says black actors are demanding better parts, and are finally getting them. Prince Charles co-authors Ladybird climate change book 2017-01-15T18:22:26.000000Z Prince Charles co-authors a book for adults in the style of the well-known children's series. BBC to adapt John le Carre novel for new TV series 2017-01-15T15:26:37.000000Z Following the success of The Night Manager, the BBC is to adapt The Spy Who Came In From The Cold. A big stop for America's big top 2017-01-15T13:42:35.000000Z The "Greatest Show on Earth", the Ringling Bros circus, will cease to be in May.