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In The Spy Who Dumped Me, Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon are the slapstick pair taking on spies galore in what has always been a man's world
The Chinese choreographer Wen Hui dissects a key artistic work from China’s Cultural Revolution, the ballet The Red Detachment of Women, in her mixed media piece, RED
Looking for a museum experience unlike any other? Try an Uncomfortable Art Tour
The Southbank Centre’s eclectic China Changing Festival reaches its grand finale this autumn with a series of events covering a wide range of topics and formats
Dark detective drama on ITV: Dark Heart comes to the small screen
Katie Mitchell and Cate Blanchett combine forces for an unmissable play at the National Theatre
Clifford Samuel and Douglas Booth bring star power to the premiere of a gripping thriller about the secrets of two strangers
James Wilton Dance considers how our mental health moves and shapes us in the contemporary dance piece The Storm
Bohemian Rhapsody retells the life and legacy of Freddie Mercury, the iconic frontman of Queen – the first look photos and trailer reveal there's plenty to get excited about...
200 years after the infamous 1819 Peterloo Massacre, kitchen realist Mike Leigh honours the milestone with his new film, Peterloo set to premiere in Manchester
Rowan Atkinson is back as the secret agent this country didn't know it needed, in the first trailer for Johnny English Strikes Again
H.G. Wells' story of alien invasion is coming to the BBC, starring Eleanor Tomlinson and Rafe Spall
Sister restaurant to Oklava, puts manti on trend
A botanical wonderland of lights, fire plants awaits this Christmas in Kew Gardens
Rarely seen images of Audrey Hepburn go on show at Proud Galleries London to mark twenty five years since her death
What happens in the Natural History Museum at night? Creative workshops, animal hunts and science shows await at the Natural History Museum kids' sleepover
See Father Christmas in London at the Royal Albert Hall plays host to Santa and his many elves
Trevor Nunn helms Fiddler on the Roof revival at the Menier Chocolate Factory
Ahead of the 2019 Tate Britain Van Gogh exhibition, Vans launch an artful collection in collaboration with the Van Gogh Museum
Contemporary art stars fill the Square Mile with large-scale outdoor sculpture installations for Sculpture in the City, 2018
Visionary director Robert Icke returns to the Almeida to radically re-work Ibsen's The Wild Duck
Try defying gravity and discover the unknown backstory of the Wizard of Oz with smash hit musical Wicked
The roaring twenties come to life with sparkle, drama and a large yet intimate party in this immersive production of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby
Pooh and the gang reunite to remind Christopher Robin of the importance of fun in this charming family film that focuses too much on reality
As part of London Design Festival 2018, designjunction returns for its eighth edition. We tell you what to do, see, and eat
A dark new comedy from up-and-coming playwright Lisa Carroll comes to the Soho Theatre this autumn
Catch wedding fever as Didy Veldman’s young contemporary dance company lifts the curtain on the institution of marriage in The Knot
Families can enjoy a playful offering from multidisciplinary performance company Dadodans when it presents KoKERS at The Place as part of Dance Umbrella 2018
Point of Echoes, contemporary dance outfit bgroup’s atmospheric sea-side ghost story, makes its London debut at The Place
A no-holds-barred theatrical experience exploring the legacy of American slavery transfers from the Edinburgh Fringe to London this autumn
London Design Biennale 2018 returns to Somerset House with a showcase of the best in international contemporary design
From Cape Town to Tunis: Europe’s largest contemporary African art fair returns to Somerset House to showcase the best art of the continent