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From the makers of The Gruffalo comes Tall Stories' Room on the Broom, the best-loved children's book now adapted for stage
English National Ballet’s own Nutcracker offers a sparkling Christmas treat for all the family at the London Coliseum
A bold, brilliantly sharp new play explores youth, ambition through the cut-throat world of competitive dance
Choreographer Rosie Kay joins forces with documentary film maker Adam Curtis for the thrilling MK Ultra, showing at the Queen Elizabeth Hall for one night only
Your new autumn obsession: Press, from the creator of Dr Foster, comes to BBC One
Reckonings sees three especially commissioned young choreographers bring new works to Sadler’s Wells as part of the theatre’s 20th anniversary celebrations
In Desiree Akhavan's new film The Miseducation of Cameron Post, Chloë Grace Moretz takes on her bravest role to date
House of Cards season 6 air date, images, new trailer and Claire Underwood in power. Kevin Spacey is nowhere to be seen
Book yourself a ticket to the most important event in the horticultural calendar
Greek Island paradise and golden pop music come to life as Sweden's hit immersive Mamma Mia party transfers to London
Watch through your fingers, decide you want an open relationship and bin your lingerie: Wanderlust on BBC One is not to be missed
Enjoy a flavour-packed journey through the Levant
Following his documentary work on The Imposter, filmmaker Bart Layton returns with a heist no one needed but can still be enjoyed in American Animals.
Old and new stars unite in Mary Poppins Returns. Emily Blunt, Ben Whishaw and Colin Firth all come out to celebrate the magic once more
Bad Faith, an ambitious cross-genre work by the Belgian choreographer Tara D’Arquian, returns to the Laban Theatre for one night only
Hollywood's old guard comes together with some of the UK's best-loved comedians for Disney's new 3D fairytale
London's biggest fashion pop-up event is back with catwalk shows, cutting-edge designers and talks following London Fashion Week in September
Everything you need to know about the Sadiq Khan balloon
The latest film from UK-based Polish director Paweł Pawlikowski, Cold War is a chilling black-and-white melodic odyssey through Communist Europe, Paris and beyond
Strap on your skates and get ready to glide in style at the Natural History Museum Ice Rink this winter
With Yardie, first-time director Idris Elba proves that London is an ever-expanding concrete labyrinth of worlds and stories
Fresh from his lead role in Black Panther, Michael B. Jordan returns to play Adonis 'Donnie' Creed in the latest addition to the Rocky saga
Wreck-It Ralph 2 is out in cinemas this November, and the trailer surprises with more than a few familiar faces
Keith Allen and Bryan Dick star in a double-bill of plays charting the life and adventures of artist William Hogarth
Now in its 5th year, Tequila & Mezcal Fest 2018 is a chance to sample over 50 of Mexico’s best spirit brands
It’s the most magical season of all: Richard Briggs’ the Snowman returns to the Peacock Theatre for the 21st consecutive year
Find light relief and big ideas as the Saatchi Gallery showcases satirical art from 26 contemporary artists in new Black Mirror exhibition
Everything you need to know about The Crown season 3, Netflix. Including first look at Olivia Colman and Helena Bonham Carter
Taron Egerton and Jamie Foxx set to steal the show in a sharp new adaptation of Robin Hood, coming to cinemas this Winter – here's what you need to know
Expectations were low and the results aren't much higher. The Happytime Murders offers little in the way of humour, and doesn't even offend enough
Could you protect the woman whose politics you hate? Richard Madden and Keeley Hawes star in this explosive BBC One drama
Women at work – and changing the world – are celebrated in words and music