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Head to this Shoreditch liquor store to combine cinema and cocktails at the TT Liquor Cinema Experience
Sweat It fitness classes combine treadmill and weights for a pacy HIIT format that will push you to your personal best
The Royal Ballet celebrates its rich heritage and enters into a series of fertile collaborations in its just unveiled 2019/20 season. Here are some of the highlights
A Depop pop-up in London
The Psychic Project, written and performed by David Narayan, explores the CIA's experimental attempts to develop psychic powers during the Cold War
From the BBC, Gentleman Jack tells the story of Anne Lister (Suranne Jones) – a female landowner in Georgian times who created scandal with her open lesbianism
In Yesterday, Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis join forces to make a Beatles-coated romcom. After a worldwide blackout, Jack (Himesh Patel) is the only person to remember The Beatles
This free festival showcases the best of London's West End. Live singing and dancing from smash hit shows take over Trafalgar Square
On Your Feet! The Story of Emilio and Gloria Estefan inspires a new musical at London's Coliseum
Renée Zellweger captures the last months of Hollywood starlet Judy Garland, in all her troubles and triumphs, celebrating her love, talent and voice
Black Mirror season 5 is certain to scare again, with three new stories predicting the dangers of a tech-heavy future. Stars Andrew Scott and Miley Cyrus
The City of London Sinfonia presents Absolute Bird: a spring concert series that celebrates birdsong at the Queen Elizabeth Hall and Southwark Cathedral
An ambitious exhibition at the V&A offers visitors an insight into the future of the food cycle
The possibilities and pitfalls of artificial intelligence are laid bare in this exhibition at the Barbican Centre
Rambert, Britain’s foremost contemporary dance company, has unveiled a ground-breaking programme for the 2019/20 season. Here are the highlights
This is Manga - the Art of Urasawa Naoki celebrates the acclaimed artist with over 400 artworks on view at Japan House
Go wild at London Zoo's late night sessions, where you can get up close to the creatures without the daytime crowds
Belgravia is in full bloom this May as shops, hotels and restaurants prepare to out-do one another with cascades of petals
Kiss My Genders at Hayward Gallery promises a glittering array of talent from an international cast of artists exploring gender fluidity, trans and intersex identities
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
Bella Heesom brings her new play to the Ovalhouse with a title to remember; hilarious and relatable, it loses its way but is well worth a watch
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
The Canadian dance company Cas Public joins forces with the Belgian youth theatre Kopergietery for 9, a family show that explores the relationship between hearing and music
Kylie Minogue, The Jacksons and Busted number amongst the stars of Hampton Court Palace Festival 2019
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
Julianne Moore plays Gloria Bell, a free-spirited, dancefloor-roving 50-something who's ready to fall in love
World-class stars, the cream of British talent and new productions promise a spectacular season