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An exhibition of works by the baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi to go on display at the National Gallery in 2020
Peppa Pig's Best Day Ever lands in the West End in time for the Christmas holidays.
Rupert Goold directs a harrowing Nordic noir based on a Thomas Vinterberg film and a book by The Night Manager writer
The first European retrospective of Harlem born artist and activist Faith Ringgold is coming to the Serpentine Gallery
Alexa Chung and Tan France have joined forces to host Netflix's first ever fashion competition show
A new play from David Mamet: Bitter Wheat brings the origin of #MeToo to the stage as John Malkovich plays Harvey Weinstein
Terrence Malick returns to the Cannes Competition with A Hidden Life, an achingly beautiful blend of true events and meditative romance
Cheek By Jowl's Declan Donnellan directs the renowned Russian ensemble in a comedy by one of Shakespeare's greatest contemporaries
James McAvoy, Ruth Wilson, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Dafne Keen all star in His Dark Materials, BBC's new adaptation of Philip Pullman's fantasy trilogy
First European Lee Krasner retrospective in 50 years comes to the Barbican next May
Paul Hawkins' best-selling novel comes to the London stage as the play version of The Girl on the Train transfers to London
Sam Mendes's generation-spanning finance epic transfers to the West End after an impressive opening at the National Theatre
Ammonite, written and directed by Francis Lee, has begun filming, with a starry cast that includes Kate Winslet, Saoirse Ronan and Fiona Shaw
At the most prestigious film festival in the world, the biggest directors and most exciting films of the year are all premiering. Here's what to look out for
Kes Gray and Jim Field's beloved picture book, Oi Frog!, has been adapted for the stage and we can't wait
The most important event in the horticultural calendar returns. Here's your guide to RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019
In The Lighthouse, Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe give the demented performances of a lifetime. Robert Eggers' maritime madness is a Cannes winner in our eyes
Cannes veteran Ken Loach returns to the Official Selection with Sorry We Missed You, a heartbreaking damnation of working-class gig economy
Buckle up for Rocketman: Elton John's fantasy comes to life in Cannes with glorious musical pizzazz. Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell and Richard Madden star
During Clerkenwell Design Week, London's design district bursts into life with exhibitions, installations and emerging stars of contemporary design
See if you can pick a winner at the prestigious competition for rising singers and instrumentalists that is the springboard for important careers in music
Corbin & King open Soutine – a retro French brasserie infused with Russian accents – in St John's Wood
Find many of London's best restaurants gathered together in Regent's Park for Taste of London
Finally, a wow-factor bar and restaurant in Waterloo. Hello Darling serves seasonal small plates and cocktails in marvellously maximalist surroundings
A Singaporean skin-whitening company goes viral for the wrong reason in White Pearl, a new comedy on at the Royal Court
Head to this Shoreditch liquor store to combine cinema and cocktails at the TT Liquor Cinema Experience
Sweat It fitness classes combine treadmill and weights for a pacy HIIT format that will push you to your personal best
The Royal Ballet celebrates its rich heritage and enters into a series of fertile collaborations in its just unveiled 2019/20 season. Here are some of the highlights
A Depop pop-up in London
The Psychic Project, written and performed by David Narayan, explores the CIA's experimental attempts to develop psychic powers during the Cold War
From the BBC, Gentleman Jack tells the story of Anne Lister (Suranne Jones) – a female landowner in Georgian times who created scandal with her open lesbianism
In Yesterday, Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis join forces to make a Beatles-coated romcom. After a worldwide blackout, Jack (Himesh Patel) is the only person to remember The Beatles