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Sam (Jude Law) spends yet another day on Osea Island, learning more about its folklore and becoming closer with anthropologist Jess (Katherine Waterston)
A haunting short film inspired by Arthur Pita's ballet The Mother, starring the superstar ballerina Natalia Osipova, is released online
Soprano Elin Pritchard so missed performing, she set up her own company. See and hear Opera Live make its debut in a passionate Italian masterpiece
Adam Kay’s This is Going to Hurt returns to the West End, with the junior doctor-turned-writer and comedian performing live in front of a socially distanced audience
Boasting big names like Steve McQueen, Spike Lee, David Byrne and Frances McDormand, this looks to be another cracking LFF – even with the Covid-19 restrictions
An uplifting musical journey through the darkest of times to a brighter future, at the home of the chamber music ensemble
Soloists and instrumental ensembles take to the stage once more in music familiar and unfamiliar
Grayson Perry, Chris Ofili and Tracey Emin join unknown hands, rising stars and those famous red dots at the Royal Academy’s long-awaited Summer Exhibition
Suffragette director Sarah Gavron turns to London teenage girls for her new film, the product of extensive workshops: showing a truthful, joyful reality
In this West End musical, the six wives of Henry VIII are queens of pop reclaiming their narrative
In this new BBC adaptation of David Nicholls' Us, Tom Hollander stars as a pedantic biochemist who hopes to fix his family relationships with a trip across Europe
Pushing four new suspects into Criminal's snazzy interrogation room, this season stars Kit Harington, Sharon Horgan, Sophie Okonedo and Kunal Nayyar
Soloists, chorus, orchestra and audience are reunited for live performances at the opera company's home
In a strange and elusive collaboration between Sky and Punchdrunk, The Third Day stars Jude Law as a reluctant visitor to a mysterious island off the British coast
From 10 October, live performance goes back indoors at the Sussex opera house, with a comic opera, a short-form Magic Flute, and Christmas concerts
The first major UK retrospective of the late French-Moroccan photographer Leila Alaoui is opening at Somerset House
Teen Drag Queen musical Everybody's Talking About Jamie is a young, fun and fresh celebration of being a little bit different
Slapstick silliness and mishaps abound in Mischief Theatre's Magic Goes Wrong at the Vaudeville Theatre
Mischief Theatre Company's farcical tale of theatrical disaster continues to delight on the West End
In a Nutshell, presented by Ben Duke's Lost Dog, imagines a world where theatres will never open again, and can be streamed from The Place Online
In this new ITV period drama from the Oscar-winning Christopher Hampton, David Morrissey stars as a rubber baron in Singapore during the Second World War
An operatic Italian double bill, a fresh take on a classic, and dance of intoxicating beauty are highlights from Covent Garden
In Katherine Ryan's semi-autobiographical sitcom about single motherhood, her alter-ego Katherine is desperate for a second child after the first one, Olive (Katy Byrne), turned out so well
Sadler's Wells' Digital Stage In Focus will run throughout the autumn and include bespoke collaborations with three diverse companies, as well as one live show
Two months of live music performed by leading artists. Listen in person, or be part of the online audience.
New English Ballet Theatre's homage to ballet pioneer Marie Rambert, Remembrance, will be available on film this autumn
Our insider’s guide to navigating the busiest week in the art world calendar — online and off
Stellan Skarsgård and Harvey Keitel star in Václav Marhoul's The Painted Bird, a Jobian odyssey across eastern Europe during the Nazi occupation
From Italy to Arrakis, Timothée Chalamet shoots for the cosmos alongside a mighty ensemble cast in Denis Villeneuve's Dune remake
The Royal Opera House has unveiled its autumn/winter programme of ballet and opera to be screened in cinemas worldwide
Back to the Future: the Musical brings to the West End stage all the excitement of the hit 80s movie… and then some
Get booking! Christmas at Kew Gardens has been announced and it's as festive and gorgeous as ever