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Whatever will they uncover? Benedict Cumberbatch to star in James Graham's explosive Brexit drama on Channel 4
One of the most influential choreographers or his generation, William Forsythe, curates A Quiet Evening of Dance, assembling works old and new at Sadler’s Wells
The Russian superstar ballerina Natalia Osipova presents another ‘me’ project, Pure Dance, at Sadler’s Wells this Autumn
Blenheim Palace celebrates the works of colour visionary, Yves Klein, on what would be his 90th birthday
Michael Grandage revives the play about Mark Rothko that galvanized audiences at the Donmar in 2009
Pace London showcase their first solo presentation by Julian Schnabel – the legendary New York-based painter turned film director
Following her acclaimed installation at South London Gallery last autumn, Katharina Grosse comes to Gagosian with an explosive new body of work
The HBO adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s classic Fahrenheit 451 updates the story in interesting and relevant ways, creating a true dystopian tale for our troubled times
Mads Mikkelsen shines in Arctic, a by-numbers but efficient one-man survival story directed with a sure hand by first-timer Joe Penna
The second Star Wars anthology film, Solo: A Star Wars Story, is a broadly enjoyable adventure with only a few standout moments and star turns
New BBC Cold War period drama from stalwart of British television Stephen Poliakoff
The screen has never sounded so good: soak up the biggest blockbusters, from Star Trek to Harry Potter, alongside a live orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall
Improv, comedy, sketch show and verbatim theatre combine in Improbable Theatre's exploration of living with disability
Love Chapter 2, the latest offering from The Israeli dance company L-E-V, has its UK premiere at Sadler’s Wells this summer
Experience the legendary story of Carmen with a Cuban twist when the sizzling new dance musical Carmen La Cubana sashays into Sadler’s Wells this summer
An interactive show based on Thunderbirds christens London's new, purpose built immersive theatre venue The Buzz
A revenge story of cosmic proportions from visionary director Panos Cosmatos featuring a career-defining performance from Nicolas Cage, Mandy has us holding on to our seat
Soak up Shakespearean comedy in the historic surroundings of Westminster Abbey
This four-day London festival brings together four leading lifestyle events, Grow London, Spirit of Summer, HOUSE and The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia, to celebrate stylish summer living
Find out what inspired René Goscinny to create the Astérix cartoons, one of the most popular comic series of all time
Benedict Cumberbatch finds his ultimate role with 'narcissistic, schizoid, suicidal alcoholic' Patrick Melrose in a compelling adaptation of Edward St Aubyn's novels
Donald Glover's emotionally fraught comedy Atlanta comes to BBC Two
Cannes’ opening night: From influential director Asghar Farhadi and starring Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem, Everybody Knows (Todos Los Saben) is a fine-tuned family drama that sometimes falls flat
The highly anticipated second season of The Handmaid's Tale arrives on Channel 4 on Sunday
Starring Daniel Brühl and Rosamund Pike, Entebbe teases out one of the Middle East’s tensest moments but struggles to make us see events in a new light
A blockbuster tribute to the genius of a designer who dealt not only in haute couture, but in timeless beauty
New V&A museum exhibition explores the power of design and technology in shaping the future of our world – It's got honourable ambitions, but unfortunately lands a little flat
Episode one of The Bridge season four is topical and twisted, and sets a high bar
Saoirse Ronan stars in On Chesil Beach, an affecting if uneven adaptation of Ian McEwan's 2007 bestseller
The Sinner season two: the plot, the cast, the air date. Everything we know so far
Greek mythology meets American folk music and classic Orleans Jazz in genre-defying new musical Hadestown
The Dutch contemporary dance company Nederlands Dans Theater 1 is returning to Sadler’s Wells with a packed programme of daring dance