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Toby Jones stars in Kelly Reichardt's latest film. Set in 1820, First Cow follows Cookie (John Magaro) and Lu (Orion Lee) as they steal milk to bake scones for money
The fabulous New York City Ballet has unveiled its 2021 Digital Season, packed with a rich spread of works old and new. Unmissable!
Jessie Buckley and Eddie Redmayne star in director Rebecca Frecknall’s revival of Cabaret, staged inside an intimate reconstruction of the musical’s Kit Kat Club
NoMad London is set to become Covent Garden’s coolest new hangout
The V&A's Epic Iran exhibition explores 5,000 years of Iranian art, design, and culture through 300 objects in the largest Iranian exhibition in the UK in 88 years
Message in a Bottle, Kate Prince and Sting’s acclaimed show, returns to the Peacock Theatre where its triumphant run was cut short by the Covid-19 lockdown
The Friends reunion special is coming to Sky One. Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer et al, discuss their times on the show with a slew of celebrity guests
Emma Rice returns to the Old Vic with an adaptation of 1987 movie Bagdad Cafe. Sandra Marvin, Patrycja Kujawska and Le Gateau Chocolat star
Saoirse Ronan steps into the murderous shoes of Lady Macbeth at the Almeida, playing opposite her Mary Queen of Scots co-star James McArdle
The heroine of Lewis Carroll’s Alice books has influenced fashion, art and even politics. This blockbuster exhibition at the V&A charts Alice’s enduring appeal
In her directorial debut, Billie Piper plays Mandy, a single mother who enters a dysfunctional relationship with the misogynistic Pete (Leo Bill). David Thewlis and Lily James also star
The Science Museum reopens its door with an inspiring new exhibition: Our Future Planet.
180 The Strand unveils a breathtaking immersive project by Japanese electronic composer and visual artist Ryoji Ikeda, taking us on a cyber-technological sensorial experience
Armitage's vibrant paintings fuse African and European traditions in an uncompromising exploration of Kenyan life
A free exhibition at the National Gallery highlights a Polish national treasure
Ewan McGregor stars in this new Netflix biopic of fashion designer Halston, co-written by Ryan Murphy. Bill Pullman and Vera Farmiga also star
As we emerge from lockdown, Kusama's dazzling power remains intact. Her ability to transport us into the heart of her obsessional and mysterious imagination is both welcome and exhilarating.
Camden Live hosts a trio of in-person gigs at beloved music venues St Pancras Old Church and the Dublin Castle
Brutal Beauty, a comprehensive retrospective of French artist Jean Dubuffet at the Barbican, challenges our notions of art, beauty and the world around us
Old Vic welcomes back studio audiences for the first time in 16 months with Harold Pinter’s The Dumb Waiter, directed by Jeremy Herrin, starring David Thewlis and Daniel Mays
Tim Minchin and Dennis Kelly bring pint-sized revolution to the stage in Matilda, the Musical.
The chefs and patissiers at Fortnum & Mason have used 153 days of lockdown to create a luxurious new afternoon tea ‘honed to perfection’
Director Barry Jenkins adapts Colson Whitehead's Pulitzer-winning novel The Underground Railroad for Amazon Prime. Thuso Mbedu, Aaron Pierre, Will Poulter, and William Jackson Harper star
In Chloé Zhao's stunning, Oscar-nominated drama, Frances McDormand stars as an unemployed widow who travels across the American West to find work
In this semi-autobiographical film from Lee Isaac Chung (Abigail Harm), Steven Yeun stars as a father pursuing the American Dream – moving his family to a potential farm in Arkansas
Shaka King's new biopic about Black Panther leader Fred Hampton (Daniel Kaluuya) examines his assassination, facilitated by FBI informant William O'Neal (LaKeith Stanfield)
Following up God's Own Country, writer/director Francis Lee speculates on the possible relationship between 19th-century palaeontologist Mary Anning (Kate Winslet) and Charlotte Murchison (Saoirse Ronan)
Sample the tipples served at 50 of London's best bars, as Cocktails in the City returns to Bedford Square Gardens this summer
J’Ouvert, the race-charged debut play by James Tait Black Award-winner Yasmin Joseph, opens as part of the Harold Pinter Theatre’s Reemerge series
ENO is back with a big new season. Booking opens Wed 2 June for all seven productions from October to April. Why not go once a month?
Dodgems, DJ sets and devilishly good street food: Dodge at Somerset House is a colourful mini festival in the heart of the city
The Midnight Bell, a characteristically louche and deeply human new work by choreographer Matthew Bourne, has its London premiere at Sadler's Wells in the autumn