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Unstoppable director Ivo van Hove directs Gillian Anderson and Lily James in a new stage version of 1950 film All About Eve
Katie Mitchell and Cate Blanchett combine forces for an unmissable play on the National Theatre's smallest stage – but you'll have to ballot for the chance to get tickets
After a three year wait, Sophie Turner, Jennifer Lawrence and Michael Fassbender return in Dark Phoenix, new X-Men movie
Bad one-liners, awkward sexism, and expired xenophobia – Rowan Atkinson's clumsy spy is back in Johnny English Strikes Again
A monumental lament for the losses in war is given an operatic staging
Bradley Cooper directs and stars alongside Lady Gaga for the fourth iteration of this story – but everything about A Star Is Born still feels alive and essential
New Pierre Huyghe Serpentine exhibition harnesses the power to inspire awe and fear simultaneously
Tony Kushner's Olivier-winning musical about Civil Rights era America will transfer to the West End after sellouts at Chichester and Hampstead Theatre
Dots, infinity nets, pumpkins and more: Yayoi Kusama returns to Victoria Miro London this October. And she doesn't disappoint
Choreographer Shobana Jeyasingh’s Contagion, commemorating the devastating 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic, reaches the British Library in London following a successful UK tour
Polka dots, mental health and Japan's greatest artist: the life and career of Yayoi Kusama come to life in new documentary Kusama - Infinity
Prepare for a blockbuster Autumn season at Somerset House: exhibitions include this poignant multi-disciplinary show exploring the effect of grief on our mental and emotional stability
Enjoy music, beer and sausages at Camden Oktoberfest
A flamboyant first trailer for Rocketman showcases Taron Egerton's Elton John alongside Jamie Bell, Richard Madden and Bryce Dallas Howard in upcoming biopic
Last seen in Baby Driver and The Fault in Our Stars, Ansel Elgort will be playing in Steven Spielberg's West Side Story adaptation
The not-so-corporate Winter Wonderland in Clapham Common: Winterville promises a selection of alternative events and artesian treats
Link Link, Isabella Rossellini's new one-woman (and her dog) show at the Southbank Centre, explores animal consciousness and what it truly means to be human
Cuban performance artist Tania Bruguera takes over the Turbine Hall with her mesmerising 2018 Hyundai Commission, Tate Modern
A new trailer for House of Cards season 6 has dropped and Claire Underwood looks as devious as her dead husband
Louis Theroux has brought us some of the best documentaries about the most contentious topics in the world. Now he's back on the BBC with a new series: Altered States
Become the detective in your own true crime mystery, in an immersive experience that puts you at the centre of you favourite horror films
After a triumphant 2015 premiere, Stephen Rea reprises his role in hit play about a Belfast Loyalist who's living in the past
Ralph Fiennes and Sophie Okonedo play Shakespeare's sensuous lovers in a large-scale revival of Antony and Cleopatra
Director Lucy Bailey takes over London Country Hall for a site-specific production of Agatha Christie's Witness for the Prosecution
An immersive performance of Bach's musical masterpiece with both musicians and audience on the move
Richard Strauss's turbulent opera opens ENO's woman-focused season 2018/19 with a warning to societies in meltdown
Roux at The Landau is all about luxurious yet laid-back dining. Sample fantastic gourmet French cuisine at this Michel Roux Jr. eatery
A mid-shop pit-stop in a pastel pink heaven
Pizza, drinks and a chance to watch a film with a four-legged friend – Battersea Dogs & Cats Home Lates make a dreamy evening for animal lovers
Sample exquisite Middle Eastern and Mediterranean-inspired dishes by The Barbary's Chef Assaf Granit at the Coal Office: Tom Dixon's urban space
Find light relief and big ideas as the Saatchi Gallery showcases satirical art from 26 contemporary artists in new Black Mirror exhibition
Learn about the culture and history of tea drinking in Japan at My Cup of Tea: Japanese tea and wagashi tasting workshops