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London sample sales to add to your diary: Sergio Rossi, Preen, Stephen Webster and Self-Portrait
We round up the most mind-boggling and fully immersive escape room games London has to offer
One of the most exciting exponents of contemporary dance theatre, Mark Bruce Company, bring their new work Return to Heaven to Wilton’s Music Hall
In BBC's new 3-part adaptation of Dracula, Steven Moffat and Mark Gatiss reanimate culture's best known vampire (Claes Bang) for a shocking, horrific, hilarious series
In Swive, playwright Ella Hickson explores the relationship between sex and power in Elizabeth I's reign
Make the most of autumn with hidden supper clubs, niche bars and unlikely partnerships. Here are the London pop-ups worth catching before they vanish
From Miracle on 34th Street to Deck the Halls, Netflix and Amazon Prime are full of Christmas treats. Have yourself a Merry little Christmas with our top picks
It’s up to the audience to save the planet in new immersive experience: Doctor Who Time Fracture
A modern myth from the mind of Neil Gaiman comes to life on stage at the National Theatre in magical new show
Superheroes, lovers, lighthouse keepers, wuxia warriors – whoever your hero, there's a new favourite film just around the corner for you.
The swinging romance of summer 1963 gears up to get London audiences dancing in July 2020
Tablescaping is the art form of beautifully arranging your table setting - for a dinner party, a wedding, and everything in between. Here's what you need to know
In February Cerith Wyn Evans will hold a gallery-wide exhibition that promises to light up White Cube
Playwright Inua Ellams re-imagines Chekhov's Three Sisters against the backdrop of Nigeria's Biafran War
Bijan Sheibani's production of 50s play A Taste of Honey brings the spirit of working class Salford to the West End
When the celebration calls for an extra-special table, here's the pick of the most elegant, funky and quirky private dining rooms
London wine bars are having a moment. From New Zealand Wine Cellar's Melanie Brown opening The Laundry to the team behind Wilton's raising a glass with new bar Locket's
Do away with tradition and embrace London’s quirkiest Christmas events this year
From anxiously funny This Way Up with Aisling Bea to the drug-filled realities presented in Euphoria with Zendaya, 2019 has been a year packed with excellent television
From Italian small plates in the dead of night to the den serving dim
sum at 2am, these are the best late night restaurants in London
George Mackay and Dean-Charles Chapman lead the war epic, with Benedict Cumberbatch, Andrew Scott, Colin Firth and Mark Strong in supporting roles
Patty Jenkins directs the follow-up to Wonder Woman with a journey back to the Cold War in Wonder Woman 1984
The BBC adaptation Emma Healey's 2014 novel Elizabeth is Missing is coming on Sunday night. Here's everything we know
Spice up January with some cryptic challenges. Come to Sherlock Holmes' secret speakeasy to solve puzzles and drink cocktails or mocktails
Disney gives Mulan, the tale of a Chinese heroine in disguise, the live-action remake treatment. The 2020 release will see a stellar cast tell a new story
Forget the tree, forget the parties, forget the dinner – Christmas TV is the most important present of all. From A Christmas Carol to Gavin & Stacey, here's what's coming
This week is all about visceral experiences in cinemas: a traumatic youth, or disturbing adulthood. Natalie Portman, Shia LaBeouf, Lucas Hedges and Jon Hamm star in this week's releases
In Honey Boy, Shia LaBeouf examines his traumatised childhood with an abusive father. Lucas Hedges and Noah Jupe star
The feather-light BBC sitcom from James Corden and Ruth Jones is coming back for Christmas, and the Wests and the Shipmans are spending the holidays in Wales!
Michael Winterbottom (24 Hour Party People) returns with a new biting satire on the super-rich – mocking, but also uncovering the grim truths of fast fashion
New cast, new stories, new name: here's everything we know so far about the new James Bond film coming next Spring
Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Helen Cammock, Oscar Murillo and Tai Shani have jointly been awarded this year's Turner Prize. Here’s everything you need to know