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Based on Meg Wolitzer's novel, The Wife focuses on Joan Castelman (Glenn Close) as she travels with her husband who is set to receive the Nobel Prize in Literature
The new Space Shifters exhibition, Hayward Gallery, takes optical illusions to another level with immersive installations by the likes of Anish Kapoor and Yayoi Kusama
There's just days left to register to book tickets: Glastonbury 2019 confirms booking dates and we share tips for guaranteeing a summer of music and magic in Somerset
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is just around the corner. Pictures, trailers and release dates are here, all in one magical place
Dvorak, Mozart, Rossini and more, plus a rarity directed by Fiona Shaw in a season that opens with a big Berlioz bang
The best orchestras on the planet head for London with exciting programmes and tremendous soloists. Book now for a world tour in music – here are our favourites
Enjoy classical music in informal surroundings, and with coffee and pastries too
The 10 must-hear concerts by London orchestras and visitors this autumn, featuring Stravinsky, Shostakovich, Mozart and more
Moonlight director Barry Jenkins adapts James Baldwin's novel If Beale Street Could Talk with colour and care, in a story of loyalty and lasting love
Playwright Anne Washburn brings a sinister and sensational Donald Trump comedy to the Almeida Theatre
Fashion moves fast in London. Pop-ups can go from deserted shopfronts to buzzing hives to bare rails – all in the space of a day
London's IT girls go wild for Ibizan-born clothing brand De La Vali, set to be the defining brand of late 2018
The international cross-genre dance artist Marvin Khoo brings his latest project, Man to Monk: Part 1, Man to the Lilian Baylis studio at Sadler’s Wells
October is here, and as autumn turns the light from gold to blue and the air grows icy fresh, a new attitude arrives
Jim Broadbent stars in a new dangerous, twisted and funny play by Martin McDonagh, premiering at the Bridge Theatre this autumn
Dance takes pride of place this autumn on the brand new arts and culture online TV service Marquee.TV. Here are some of the highlights
A new, tropical-themed cocktail bar from Idris Elba – The Parrot – opens in Covent Garden this October
London gets a slice of the action as hit all-female musical brings sweet story of pie-baking and self-discovery to the West End
Emma Rice takes up residency at The Old Vic with a stage adaptation of Angela Carter's Wise Children
New York musical theatre bar hits London's Marylebone for five nights only
From a pacy thriller to a gut-wrenching love story, these are the books Culture Whisper adored this month
GP’s lifestyle brand Goop launches in the UK with a new pop-up store in Notting Hill
From its unbeatable roasts to classic afternoon tea, Jason Artherton's Berners Tavern offers dining with a wow factor
Closing the BFI London Film Festival in a couple of weeks, the new trailer for Stan & Ollie shows Laurel & Hardy at their best.
When it comes to pop-ups, if you snooze you lose. Be ahead of the curve and plan ahead for the new season's best blink-and-you'll-miss-it experiences
She's young, she's cool and she's the first woman to design the Serpentine Pavilion since the late, great Zaha Hadid. Frida Escobedo talks inspirations, cross-pollination and women in architecture today