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From modern Greek delights at Mazi and Suzi Tros, to fine dining at The Ledbury and people watching at Gold, read on for the best restaurants in Notting Hill
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Dominic Cooke revives classic Welsh play The Corn is Green, which tells the story of an inspirational school teacher
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After an impressive premiere at the National Theatre, this modern myth from the mind of Neil Gaiman comes to life on the West End
An intriguing collaboration between the eminent African poet and novelist Ben Okri and the dancer Charlotte Jarvis, Our Lives, comes to The Coronet Theatre
Most promising playwright nominee Al Smith returns to the Royal Court with a dark comedy exploring radical ideas and cultural differences
Friends, colleagues and inveterate music-makers, the great German tenor and Covent Garden conductor give a recital of favourite pieces
It's no longer an unsubstantiated rumour: a Friends reunion special is coming to HBO's new streaming service, HBO Max. Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, et al, are returning
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The Prince of Egypt musical comes to the West End with Stephen Schwartz’s Academy Award-winning score
The Russian secret service officer poisoned in his adopted home of London is at the heart of a new opera inspired by his career, marriage and assassination
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Find music, food and adventure to suit all ages with our guide to the best family-friendly festivals happening in London 2020
Where to eat the best and most adventurous pancakes from around the world in London
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Female filmmakers are paving the way for an exciting future in the entertainment industry. From biopics to blockbusters, women are taking the reigns in 2020
Barbican cinema discounts, 2 for 1 tickets and cheap day Tuesday: we round up where to buy and how to get cheap cinema tickets in London
Coveting a delectable meal in sophisticated surroundings? Any one of Mayfair’s best restaurants will do you proud
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Sky and HBO hope to follow their Chernobyl success with The Third Day, a surreal six-part series with Jude Law living on an island. What more do you want?
The newly refurbished Bloomsbury Theatre hosts the launch of choreographer Andrew McNicol’s new project, McNicol Ballet Collective, featuring a cast of international dancers in From Life
Everyone's favourite kids' retailer, Alex and Alexa's kidswear collection, Oii, launches with the active, trendy child - and eco-conscious parent - in mind
Celebrate the city's hidden supper clubs, niche bars and unlikely partnerships. Here are the London pop-ups worth catching before they vanish
An exhibition of works by angst-ridden Belgian artist Léon Spilliaert opens at the Royal Academy
American artist Kehinde Wiley brings his powerful portraiture to the William Morris Gallery
Irish playwright Sebastian Barry explores regret and forgiveness in a new play that was hailed 'ravishing' and 'radiant' in New York
Get Up, Stand Up! Musical of Bob Marley's story premieres at London's Lyric Theatre, starring Arinze Kene
Grand opera in a country setting opens the Grange Park summer season and gives music-lovers a rare chance to hear a much-loved Italian classic
Aficionados know that eating sushi with your fingers is de rigueur; here's where to lay your hands on the finest
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