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Laura Linney's stunning sililoquy on loneliness returns to the Bridge Theatre after a sellout premiere last summer
ZSL London Zoo is transforming itself for Christmas 2018 with countless sparkling lights and plenty of festive fun
90s heat-throb Duncan James stars in a sultry revival of the Jazz Age musical Chicago
David Gordon Green ignores every other Halloween sequel and continues directly from the original - bringing back Jamie Lee Curtis as Laurie Strode, a woman with a vengeance
Hollywood's old guard comes together with some of the UK's best-loved comedians for Disney's new 3D fairytale
Carlos Acosta’s vibrant production of the full-length ballet Don Quixote, created for The Royal Ballet in 2013, returns to the Royal Opera House stage
The BBC's new psychological drama The Cry it is is one of the most compelling things we've seen on television this year
From redness redcution and luxe deodrant, to makeup designed specifically for the gym
Hungarian director Laszlo Nemes is back with Sunset, a mysterious tale of a woman in a Budapest hat shop during the lead up to World War I
The loveliest luxury yoga retreats in the UK to leave you feeling relaxed, revitalised and positively glowing
Natalie Portman dazzles as an abrasive chameleonic popstar in Vox Lux, Brady Corbet's film of stardom and sorrow
From cracking codes to catapulting pucks, shouting rhymes to showing off your music trivia, we round up the new and exciting board games for kids and adults
Four contemporary photographers have been shortlisted for the Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2018, now celebrating its eleventh anniversary
A thrilling and terrifying card game has deadly consequences in Tchaikovsky's great opera
The Disney live-action remake of Dumbo stars Colin Farrell, Danny DeVito, Michael Keaton and Eva Green
This week at London Film Festival, David and Nic Sheff are the father and son living through addiction and heartbreak in Beautiful Boy, Felix Van Groeningen's stunning feature
The first after-hours Selfridges restaurant promises to dazzle diners with Art Deco interiors, an eclectic menu and a giant statue by Damien Hirst
In one of London's most unusual attractions, you can create your own world: DN VR is an out-of-this-world virtual reality experience
Youthful casting helps make perfect sense of an opera where nothing is as it seems
Plan yourself a merry little Christmas. From a splendid Scrooge to the funniest pantomine: London Theatre shows to book now
London Film Festival is in full swing. For the busiest week in the film calendar this year, here are the best films to catch and tickets to book right now
There will be Nutcrackers aplenty, but more than that, Christmas Dance 2018 celebrates winter in all its forms. Here are the key shows for London families
Can't pick a panto this Christmas? Comedy trio Sleeping Trees mash up all the classics in this innovative family adventure at Theatre 503
Visit Jimmy Garcia's pop up restaurant: London 2018 gets a cosy Alpine lodge this winter
Expect immediate endorphin release with our curated edit of the best products this week – they’re guaranteed to offer a positive outlook
From ice rinks to santa's grottos: find the Christmas spirit in Hyde Park's Winter Wonderland
The new Royal Academy Oceania exhibition makes an almighty splash, as the UK's first large-scale overview of South Pacific art in over forty years
It’s as if Christmas came early! Poet John Masefield’s much-loved tale The Box of Delights becomes a festive holiday show at Wilton’s Music Hall this winter
This brilliant autumn exhibition at the V&A celebrates the ever-expanding creativity, diversity and popular appeal of video games
The Royal Academy celebrates the centenary of Austrian Modernists, Gustav Klimt and Egon Schiele, with a blockbuster retrospective in collaboration with Vienna's Albertina Museum
From real-life courtroom dramas to a family learning to accept their transgender child, this is an exciting and inclusive week in TV. Here are some of our favourites
Hayley Atwell and Jack Lowden alternate roles in a gender swapping production of Measure for Measure