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The historic 1970 Miss World pageant comes to the big screen, starring Keira Knightley, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Suki Waterhouse, Jessie Buckley, Lesley Manville
New production of Mozart's evergreen comedy by director Joe Hill-Gibbins boasts the best of British and guest artists
Less mothballs, more Manolo, the #SheInspiresMe Car Boot Sale is back with a glittering line-up hosted by tastemaker Alex Eagle
After an impressive premiere at the National Theatre, this modern myth from the mind of Neil Gaiman comes to life on the West End
Brazilian filmmakers Kleber Mendonça Filho and Juliano Dornelles love to confuse and raise adrenaline with their bizarre genre-clasher Bacurau
Sky and HBO hope to follow their Chernobyl success with The Third Day, a surreal six-part series with Jude Law living on an island. What more do you want?
Levan Akin's romantic LGBT+ drama shows the struggles of homosexuality in the hyper-masculine world of Georgian dance
The National Portrait Gallery's exhibition on Cecil Beaton captures the darlings of inter-war England in all their glittering glory
Pop song-writer supreme Max Martin presents new Shakespearean musical & Juliet exploring life after Romeo
Julian Fellowes returns to ITV with his new period drama Belgravia, set in 19th-century London. Tamsin Greig and Philip Glenister star as parents with a deep, dark secret
From soup cans to sixties psychedelia, this immersive exhibition at Tate Modern shows off Andy Warhol’s theatrical side
Northwest London's literary queen Zadie Smith pens her first play, giving a Willesden twist to Chaucer's Wife of Bath
Kendrick Lamar, Little Mix, Pearl Jam, Duran Duran and Taylor Swift headline a mega series of festivals in Hyde Park for BST 2020
Edmund de Waal's library of exile is to open at the British Museum this week
In The Second Woman, Ruth Wilson performs the same scene non-stop for 24 hours in a theatrical feat of endurance at the Young Vic
Cocktails in the City returns to the Vaults
Book now for grand opera in a country setting. An Italian rarity opens the Grange Park summer season and gives music-lovers a chance to hear a much-loved classic
The Russian secret service officer poisoned in his adopted home of London is at the heart of a new opera inspired by his career, marriage and assassination
Marianela Nuñez and Vadim Muntagirov are the pairing dreams are made of in the Royal Ballet’s sumptuous, transporting production of Swan Lake at the ROH
DNA VR is launching a new site in Hammersmith where gamers can walk with dinosaurs, swim with whales or even join Alice in Wonderland
Hello Dolly! Imelda Staunton will be looking swell on stage as socialite matchmaker Dolly Levi in a revival of a classic musical
Louis Korovilas, former head chef of polished West End pasta parlour Bancone, opens new Italian restaurant Tavolino in London Bridge
New music festival Bigfoot offers big-name headliners plus pop-up versions of top London restaurants, all in the picturesque setting of Ragley Hall in Warwickshire
Now there's more time to wait for No Time to Die: new Bond film UK release date delayed due to coronavirus fears
American choreographer Pam Tanowitz’s critically acclaimed New Work for Goldberg Variations has its European premiere at the Barbican this spring
Gary Owen's new play Romeo and Julie re-imagines Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers as modern 18-year-olds
This London festival brings together leading lifestyle events: Spirit of Summer Fair, House & Garden Fair and The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia, to celebrate stylish summer living
An exhibition of Banksy's art works is coming to London, featuring iconic and less well-known works by the satirical artist
Chanel comes to London with an exhibition of backstage photos by Simon Procter
Based on the evocative novels by Malorie Blackman, Noughts and Crosses takes place in an alternate Britain where white people ('noughts') are subordinate to people of colour ('Crosses')
Bold theatre-makers Katie Mitchell and Alice Birch bring Rachel Cusk's autofictional trilogy to the stage
Hear from superstar chef Ottolenghi as he delves into the inspiration for his new book, Flavour, in a talk at Union Chapel