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Martin Scorsese is back with a new title, and a whole host of stars. The Irishman gives Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Al Pacino the roles of a lifetime
David Attenborough's Emmy Award winning documentary Our Planet is getting the full immersive concert treatment
Two short operas, by Delius and Puccini, in which the love of ordinary people is tested to breaking point
Join Ai Weiwei, Kenneth Roth and Helene Cooper for a discussion on art's role in today's turbulent world
In Franz Lehár's comic opera a wealthy woman turns the tables on the men, but a country's future is at stake...
An exciting young cast perform Verdi's tragic opera, set in Mantua and featuring the soprano Anna Patalong as the love-sick Gilda
Tchaikovsky's opera of first love, loss and maturity, packed with stirring melodies and powerful choruses, is given a new production with a starry cast
In collaboration with Netflix, be ready for Secret Cinema's plunge into the scary, funny, and nostalgic world of Stranger Things. First stop: Starcourt Mall!
Richard Bean, writer of One Man, Two Guvnors, is back at the National Theatre with a historical comedy set during the Battle of Britain
Helen Mirren and Mark Strong star in Robert Icke's modern re-telling of Oedipus, on the London stage in 2020
Northwest London's literary queen Zadie Smith pens her first play, giving a Willesden twist to Chaucer's Wife of Bath
The 'announcement' of Imelda Staunton succeeding Olivia Colman in The Crown has been denied by Netflix
The story of revolutionary political activist Harriet Tubman gets the big screen treatment with Harriet, as Cynthia Erivo takes on the lead role
Pop song-writer supreme Max Martin presents new Shakespearean musical & Juliet exploring life after Romeo
The Royal Academy's Eco-visionaries brings together artists and architects using their practice to address climate change
Nicholas Hytner will transform Philip Pullman's La Belle Sauvage into a play at The Bridge Theatre in 2020
Return to the smokey dance halls of the seventies as an immersive ABBA exhibition comes to the O2 Arena
The Ivy's Asian concept restaurant and bar has opened, offering a mouthwatering Asian menu and dazzling interiors
Rising stars Josh O'Connor and Jessie Buckley play Shakespeare's star-crossed lovers in a modern take on Romeo and Juliet
The British Museum explores the story of Troy, from antiquity to the present day
Dora Maar's surreal photographs come to Tate Modern for sweeping retrospective
Line of Duty is set to welcome Kelly Macdonald (Giri/Haji, Trainspotting) to the cast, playing AC-12's most enigmatic villain yet
Disney's very own streaming service will finally be launching in the UK in 2020 – featuring Pixar, Marvel, Star Wars, National Geographic, Fox and more
Smash hit musical Dear Evan Hansen brings a heartfelt story of teenage isolation and a soaring songbook to London
London’s food court scene continues to expand with the opening of Market Hall West End, the biggest indoor food market in the UK
An major exhibition of illustrations by eccentric illustrator Aubrey Beardsley is to open at Tate Britain in 2020
He's not in One Direction anymore: boy wonder Harry Styles is gearing up for his second major stadium tour with his new album Fine Line
In episode 3, Lyra (Dafne Keen) is thrown into the back of a van and promptly rescued by Gyptians. Meanwhile, Mrs Coulter (Ruth Wilson) is aggressively intent on finding her
Science meets sleepover at the Science Museum's Astronights, for kids aged 7-11
Imagine Festival returns to Southbank Centre to inspire the next generation and keep families busy this February half-term
Carlos Acosta kicks off his artistic directorship of Birmingham Royal Ballet with Curated by Carlos, an ambitious programme of dance, visual art and literature at Sadler's Wells
Disney’s Frozen 2 may not match the magic of the original, but it’s a heart-warming family film with catchy songs to thaw your heart