S Club To Release Its First Single In 20 Years

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Clubformerly known as British pop group S Club 7are releasing a new single called “This Are The Days”, their first new soundtrack in 20 years. Performed by current band members Tina Barrett, Jon Lee, Bradley McIntosh, Jo O’Meara and Rachel Stevens, the song belongs to the songwriting team of Cathy Dennis, Simon Ellis, Johanne Ellis and producer John Nathaniel.

The piece pays homage to S Club member Paul Cattermole, who died earlier this year. Founded by the former Spice Girls In 1998, the single commemorates the band’s 25th anniversary and precedes a sold-out 15-day UK arena tour scheduled for the fall, renamed “S Club: The Good Times Tour” as a tribute to fan-favorite Cattermole, where it sings an S Club song and lead vocals.

S Club had four UK number one singles with “Bring It All Back”, “Never Had a Dream Come True”, “Don’t Stop Movin” and “Have You Ever” and the UK number one album “7”. They have recorded four studio albums, 11 singles, all of which hit the top 5 charts in the UK and have sold over 10 million albums worldwide, and have won two Brit awards in the meantime.

“These Days” on July 26 Universal Music United Kingdom


This El Gouna Film Festival to welcome the Egyptian director Marwan Hamed With a lifetime achievement award in its sixth edition, which will take place on October 6-12.

Held in Egypt’s sea resort on the Red Sea, the festival is reopening this year after being suspended in 2022.

Hamed’s bold adaptation of Alaa Aswany’s bestselling novel “Yacoubian Building” in 2006 became a game changer in Egyptian cinema for the way it portrayed homosexuality, Islamic fundamentalism and government corruption. “Yacoubian,” the biggest-budget Egyptian film at the time, became a local hit and circulated widely. Hamed’s supernatural thriller “The Blue Elephant” and its sequel “The Blue Elephant 2” broke Arab box office records in 2014.

More recently, Hamed shot the 2022 blockbuster “Kira and El Gen,” about Egypt’s resistance to British occupation.


UK producer body agreement you appointed Ross Lewis internationally and as project head. Lewis joined from the Department of Commerce and Commerce, where he was the senior account manager for screen (film and TV) and broadcasting. During this time Lewis managed relationships with industry bodies including Pact, BFI, BFC, Film Export UK.

At the Pact, Lewis will be responsible for working with members in the UK to help them develop their export potential, explore global opportunities by addressing trade barriers such as regulation or access, and seek to discover new business opportunities in key regions.

Agreement CEO john mcvay He said: “We’ve seen tremendous growth in international sales over the past 15 years and it’s important to us to continue to support locals in overseas exports and we’re confident that with Ross involved, members will continue to benefit from Pact’s expertise.”

Lewis begins September. eleven.


BBC appointed board of directors Chris Jones As non-executive director and chair of the BBC’s Audit and Risk Committee (ARC). He will serve on the BBC’s board of directors for four years from 24 July. As head of the ARC, he will be responsible for maintaining the review and oversight of the BBC’s financial reporting, internal control and risk management processes.

Jones was previously a senior audit partner at his firm. PwC specializes in auditing banks and other financial services companies.

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