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Joe Cornish made a star out of John Boyega with Attack the Block, now he's back with The Kid Who Would Be King
Expect Puccini and Verdi at their best when the Spanish-born tenor reprises favourite arias on his international tour
David and Nic Sheff are the father and son living through addiction and heartbreak in Beautiful Boy, Felix Van Groeningen's stunning feature
A new Game of Thrones season 8 teaser trailer has arrived, whetting our appetite to see Jon Snow (Kit Harrington) and the other Starks back in action
The lavish and spectacular return of Gounod's operatic take on classic story where a man sells his soul to the devil
The hottest ticket in opera: an all-star cast in the London debut of a tried and tested production of Britten's searing opera, directed by Deborah Warner
The biggest annual showcase of new choreography in the UK, Resolution 2019 is upon us with four weeks of good, not so good and decidedly bizarre work at The Place
Jonas Kauffman returns to Covent Garden as a young woman's lover at war with her vengeful brother
The Standard Hotel, London opens in early 2019 – bringing a slice of New York lifestyle across the pond
The 2019 Serpentine Forward Programme concludes with the first solo Faith Ringgold exhibition in a European public institution
The Serpentine hosts the first exhibition of work by Venezuelan artist Luchita Hurtado in an institution
Recently named the most influential person in contemporary art, Hito Steyerl comes to the Serpentine to explore power and digital technology
Hugh Jackman stars in political biopic The Front Runner as disgraced presidential candidate Gary Hart – but did this film need to be made?
Richard Alston Dance Company makes the first of its final two visits to Sadler’s Wells with Quartermark, presenting two new works and the return of Alston’s Proverb
The long-awaited Barbie film has now found its leading Barbie girl, as well as its producer, in Margot Robbie
The exacting Belgian choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker and her company Rosas join forces with cellist Jean-Guihen Queyras for a unique interpretation of Bach’s 6 Cello Suites
Swiss artist Emma Kunz predicted that her drawings were destined for the 21st Century. In 2019, the Serpentine Gallery London presents the first UK solo exhibition of her work
With fresh faces and a global scope, the first trailer for Men in Black: International promises to take the franchise into uncharted territory
A rare black and white version of The Scream goes on show in the biggest Edvard Munch exhibition in the UK for 45 years
In The Upside, Hollywood remake of French triumph Intouchables, Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston play two unlikely friends in a sentimental but stultifying rehash
Set to transform London, Illuminated River is the longest public art commission in the world. Here's what we know about it so far
Make a beeline for this bijou exhibition of Danish art in one of the coolest contemporary art galleries London has to offer
In Colette, Keira Knightley goes against the norms of 19th century society – sleeping with men, women, and writing the most popular French novels of the time
Music for Mothering Sunday, with dynamic conductor Xian Zhang and violinist Alina Pogostkina
It won the Golden Globes for Best Picture and Best Actor, but Bohemian Rhapsody, the Freddie Mercury biopic, is still a bad film that gives a disappointing tribute act
Songs, trios and the music of celebrated musician friends mark the pianist and composer's bicentenary