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Go wild at London Zoo's late night sessions, where you can get up close to the creatures without the daytime crowds
In The Virtues, Shane Meadows' new Channel 4 drama, Joseph (Stephen Graham) is a recovering alcoholic who suffered a trauma from his childhood
Jim Jarmusch (Paterson) returns to Cannes with his new film The Dead Don't Die. Adam Driver and Bill Murray lead a star-studded cast
Exented due to popular demand: this utterly heart-warming musical about those stranded in the aftermath of 9/11 will restore your faith in humanity
Fashion and immersive theatre collide in a one-of-a-kind show
Film4 are teaming up with Somerset House once more for a programme of outdoor screenings under the stars
Legasov (Jared Harris) raises deep concerns about the power station. He travels to Chernobyl with the Deputy Chairman Shcherbina (Stellan Skarsgard) to investigate
The Doctor stars Juliet Stevenson and is Robert Icke’s final production as associate director of the Almeida Theatre
Brian Welsh directs a picture of Glasgow 1994 in a coming-of-age movie with a ferocious, thumping edge
World-class stars, the cream of British talent and new productions promise a spectacular season
Art deco elegance and inventive cocktails combine at the Beaufort Bar at The Savoy Hotel
In Years and Years, Russell T Davies delivers a terrifying dystopian tale - starting with the new, populist politician Vivienne Rook (Emma Thompson)
Mischief and mayhem reign in Shakespeare’s second trilogy of History plays, which pull Prince Harry off his pedestal in favour of a kaleidoscope of characters
Transit weds awe-inspiring acrobatics with an emotive exploration of the short-lived present at Underbelly Festival 2019
Luke Jerram's Museum of the Moon is coming to the Natural History Museum for what will be an immersive and intimate experience with our celestial neighbour
French playwright Florian Zeller's family saga comes to a climax in The Son, which transfers to the West End after glowing reviews in Kilburn
Meet the new musical instrument – your phone. Download an app, and there are 10 new pieces to hear, at 10 landmarks in and around the Barbican
Edmund de Waal's library of exile is to travel to the British Museum in 2020
Anthony Horowitz's The Falcon's Malteser brings everyone's favourite bumbling PI to The Vaults this summer
In Back to Life, Daisy Haggard plays an ex-convict who's released after an 18-year sentence. Now, she has to adjust to modern life
Love is the most important thing in the finale. Fleabag ends with a forgiving, transcendent last episode to watch and cherish
A major new exhibition of David Hockney's drawings is to go on display at the National Portrait Gallery
There's a new play by Caryl Churchill at Royal Court Theatre in 2019. The prolific playwright premieres three characteristically-surreal shorts
Tony Award-winning musical The Light in the Piazza comes to the Southbank Centre's Royal Festival Hall this summer, starring Renée Fleming, Dove Cameron and Alex Jennings
Jack Thorne's absorbing and atmospheric new version of A Christmas Carol returns to The Old Vic for its third year
Local Hero brings a musical version of BAFTA-winning sentimental Scottish classic to The Old Vic for summer 2020