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Nordic folklore is combined with grisly crimes in a Swedish genre-bender Border, based on the writings of John Ajvide Lindqvist
Gaspar Noé returns with Climax, another piece of provocation, blending sex, drugs and faux-philosophical musings
Maverick director Richard Jones salutes tradition in a spirited and moving reading of Puccini's heart-breaker
On Your Feet! The Story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan inspires a new musical
Glitz, glamour and Old Masters: one of the world's most prestigious multi-disciplinary art fairs rolls into town for its ninth edition
A delicious chance to hear about Nigella’s life in food
Jessie Buckley, Stellan Skarsgård and Emily Watson star in Sky Atlantic's upcoming mini-series Chernobyl
The glam and glitter of Bollywood return to the London stage when the Taj Express extravaganza takes over the Peacock stage once more
A unique, challenging and potentially mind-blowing cross-genre work, choreographer Jefta van Dinther’s Dark Field Analysis has its UK premiere in the Lilian Baylis studio
The women whose lives are threatened or taken are at the forefront of an opera based on crimes in the East End
Authentic Italian deli Lina Stores opens a Soho restaurant with Italian chef Masha Rener, a former customer who had a restaurant in Umbria, running the kitchen
When a woman acquires the means to mend a broken romance, comedy as well as love ensues
A monumental lament for the losses in war is given an operatic staging
Richard Strauss's turbulent opera opens ENO's woman-focused season 2018/19
Jazz, ragtime, blues and spirituals infuse this grand opera which features ever-popular melodies, including 'Summertime...'
What to watch this bank holiday Monday? An angry, frothing adaptation of Shakespeare's King Lear comes to the BBC
Michelle Terry shows that Shakespeare can be woke with a gender-blind, race-blind, disability-blind company collaborating on Hamlet and As You Like It
Sam Mendes directs an epic boom and bust story of the Lehman Brothers over three generations
Innocence and experience jostle in Shoplifters, a beautiful, alchemical family drama from Japanese director Hirokazu Kore-eda who snapped up the Palme d'Or at Cannes
Rooftop Film Club announces June programme filled with iconic film anniversaries, the latest blockbusters and indie throwbacks
Budding choreographers get a precious chance to show their work as part of Sadler’s Wells Young Associates programme
Cult act Gandini Juggling and choreographer Alexander Whitley bring their glorious collaboration Spring to Sadler's Wells, as part of the 2019 London International Mime Festival
A directorial debut from actor Paul Dano and starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Carey Mulligan, Wildlife is a stripped-back drama about being reckless in your quietest moments
Beauty and brutality combine in this languid look at Patrick Melrose's unhappy childhood
In an enticing cross-cultural collaboration, the American Mark Morris Dance Group joins forces with the Silkroad Ensemble to tell the ancient Islamic love story of Layla and Majnun
The award-winning all-male comedy ballet troupe, Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo, return to the Peacock with their inimitable brand of ballet send-ups
For the first time in its history, Glyndebourne Festival Opera stages Puccini's beautiful and agonising opera Madama Butterfly
The Inheritance: West End Transfer. A generation after the AIDS crisis, Matthew Lopez’s The Inheritance provides a panoramic view of gay life in New York City
Based on one of the most ridiculous stories never told, Blackkklansman shows Spike Lee hasn’t lost his touch but that he may just be out of it
From pleasure arcades to jam-packed beaches, celebrate the nation’s love affair with the British seaside at this contemporary photography exhibition
From the producers of The Babadook comes Netflix film Cargo, an Australian thriller held together by a convincing performance from Martin Freeman
Somerset House and Film4 bring a curated selection of films to the great outdoors