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The Dulwich Picture Gallery's summer exhibition is a joyful celebration of the hustle and bustle of daily life as realised by the modernist printmakers of interwar Britain
The cast for the upcoming adaptation of the hit musical has been confirmed: Richard E. Grant, Sharon Horgan and more join the 2020 project
George Clooney stars in this new Channel 4/Hulu adaptation of Joseph Heller's 1961 antiwar novel Catch-22. A funny, bloody, ridiculous satire set in a WWII airbase
Pick up a glass of bubbly and browse the dazzling range of art and antiques available at LAPADA Fair, Mayfair
The team behind Sh!t Theatre takes on everyone’s favourite festive romcom, Love Actually, at Camden’s People Theatre this Christmas
This December Love Actually is screening at the Eventim Apollo for a night of orchestral romance and festive fun to kick off the Christmas period
A new site-specific production of David Hare's verbatim play about railway privatisation chugs to life underground in The Vaults
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?
Support the Girls, starring Regina Hall, opens in UK cinemas this June after receiving widespread praise across the pond – its take on familiar cinematic tropes should prove refreshingly authentic
The feel-good and fight-hard hit is back for a third chapter in a new location: GLOW heads to Vegas, and the competition is still heating up
London’s first Swiss-inspired restaurant Heritage is the place to head to enjoy sophisticated takes on fondue, raclette and rösti all year round
For the first time since the 1982 release, Ridley Scott's Blade Runner will be screened in sync with a performance of Vangelis' electrifying score
Academy Award-nominee Ruth Negga makes her Young Vic debut as Portia Coughlan in haunting Irish play about family and nation
Donizetti's comedy returns to Covent Garden in a production packed with visual humour as well as musical hi-jinks, and with a great comedic guest star
Woody, Buzz, Bo Peep and friends are back in Pixar's most soulful film in years – Toy Story 4 delivers enough love and laughter for a lifetime
This Way Up is a new Channel 4 comedy drama penned by Aisling Bea (The Fall) and starring Sharon Horgan (Catastrophe)
Jake Gyllenhaal plays Georges Seurat as the five-star Broadway production of Sondheim's Sunday in the Park with George comes to London
Ovid's underworld myth gets a radical update with a blend of opera and house music in a world premiere by barritone Nmon Ford
International theatre's most in-demand auteur is directing the legendary Comédie-Française company in his adaptation of Luchino Visconti's 1969 film
Emma Healey's 2014 novel Elizabeth is Missing is being adapted for the BBC. Here's everything we know
Ibsen's classic Nora: A Doll's House is reworked into three different time periods by bold playwright Stef Smith
Immersive performance experts Colab Theatre are bringing a challenging production to London with Spy Cinema, where the audience takes control of the mission
Hollywood veterans, Broadway award-winners and a 17-year-old newcomer make up the cast of the Steven Spielberg's West Side Story remake
The queen of hip hop, Kate Prince, draws on Sting’s back catalogue for her new show, Message in a Bottle, coming to the Peacock Theatre in early 2020
Quartz bottles, vaginal eggs and positive energy at the ready: Gwyneth Paltrow’s In Goop Health wellness summit comes to London
Eggslut, LA’s comfort food chain restaurant that puts eggs centre stage, gets its first UK outlet on Notting Hill’s Portobello Road
Men in Black: International offers new agents and a new story within a well-known world, but there's little reason for this reboot to exist
Matthew Bourne's very own take on the classic 1948 film The Red Shoes, returns to Sadler's Wells for Christmas, following its acclaimed debut there three years ago
After dazzling in New York, Jackie Sibblies Drury’s Fairview interrogates our preconceptions of race at the Young Vic
The James Bond / Secret Cinema immersive film experience is a perfect partnership between two glamorous operations, offering impressive decadence and mystery
Laughter comes to The Old Vic: Andrew Scott stars in Noel Coward's autobiograhical farce about an actor's midlife crisis
In episode two, Tell-Tale Hearts, the Monterey Five begin to feel paranoid about Perry's murder. And Mary Louise (Meryl Streep) continues to pursue her suspicions