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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
BalletBoyz Them/Us is a new double bill from one of Culture Whisper’s very favourite dance ensembles, coming to Sadler’s Wells in March
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
The stars of Stan & Ollie, Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly, are absorbing in the new Laurel and Hardy biopic following the comedy duo's 1953 tour
A barnstorming symphony and virtuoso piano concerto are performed with Russian spirit by a soloist and conductor who share the composers' roots
The Illusionists magic show brings sensational acts of supernatural wizardry to the West End
Steve Carell teams up with Forrest Gump director Robert Zemeckis in the tragicomic tale of Welcome to Marwen – a portrait of a miniature world of its own
New drama from Gavin and Stacey's Ruth Jones. The Nightingales will transfer to London after impressing at Theatre Royal Bath
The new standalone chapter of Black Mirror, Bandersnatch, is an interactive film, starring Fionn Whitehead (Dunkirk) – here's why it's so important
National Dance Company Wales’ Awakenings is a varied triple bill of contemporary dance coming to the Royal Opera House as part of the new Linbury Theatre’s inaugural season
Performance artist Anne Imhof creates engaging new work for the BMW Tate Live exhibition 2019
The female voice in dance will be further amplified when English National Ballet presents She Persisted, a second mixed bill of works by women choreographers
Summer 2019 promises the return of Pixar's best creations with Toy Story 4. The first trailer gives a glimpse of what to expect
The Favourite, Yorgos Lanthimos' new film, lets Olivia Colman, Emma Stone and Rachel Weisz run wild in a lustful story of 18th century royalty
Introdans Dutch Masters programme takes to the Linbury stage, marking the company’s return to the UK after an absence of more than a decade
Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui creates his first work for The Royal Ballet to be shown alongside works by choreographers extraordinaire Crystal Pite and Christopher Wheeldon
A crafty cigarette underpins an entire opera of its own, and a young woman's eyes are opened by love – and Tchaikovsky
Classical music gets alongside the jazz tradition at Pizza Express, with a new series of recitals
A country boy's obsession with a city woman poisons the happiness on offer at home
Verdi's spectacular opera based on a real-life plot against the crown ends with the masked ball of its title
Surely one of the most anticipated visitors of 2019, the vibrant San Francisco Ballet returns to Sadler’s Wells with four mouth-watering programmes