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London's cosiest pubs are the best spots to get rosy-cheeked and merry. We round up our favourites – offering bonus points if they have a cat or dog
From Martin Scorsese returning to his gangster roots in The Irishman to Steven Soderburgh tackling the Panama Papers in The Laundromat, Netflix have loads of exciting adaptations on the way
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
Days get shorter and films get better – head to cinema for starry investigations and high-flying adventures this November. Daniel Craig, Adam Driver, Eddie Redmayne and more lead the way
Writer Alice Birch and director Maria Aberg collaborate with Clean Break theatre company for a new play about women affected by the justice system
See in 2020 somewhere spectacular with our guide to the best UK holidays for New Years Eve - from Hogmanay to wild swimming
Anthony Neilson directs a revival of Lucy Prebble's 2012 hit The Effect at Soho's new Boulevard Theatre
The dark side of Sleeping Beauty's story returns, and goes deeper: Maleficent: Mistress of Evil sees Aurora's godmother show her true colours
John Carney (Begin Again, Sing Street) brings the New York Times column Modern Love to the small screen in a sweet anthology series
Too soon to think about Christmas theatre? 2019's best shows will sell out before the last leaves fall. Here's what to book now
From the most chic catwalk cakes to the new Mariage Freres serving savoury and sweet delicacies infused with tea, these are London's best afternoon teas
The roaring twenties come to life with sparkle, drama and a large yet intimate party in this immersive production of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby
A timely new play at Trafalgar Studio Two explores the link between teen suicide and social media
The Virgil Abloh x Ikea collab known as the MARKERAD collection will be dropping this November
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
This thrilling and stylish BBC drama explores the devastating effects of a murder separated by thousands of miles. Kelly Macdonald stars
Paul Rudd delivers a poignant double-performance in this existential Netflix comedy drama, in which the apathetic Miles comes face to face with his doppelgänger. Aisling Bea also stars
In the new political thriller from Gavin Hood (Eye in the Sky), Keira Knightley plays Katharine Gun, a GCHQ employee who leaked an email coercing support for the Iraq War
From the much-loved igloos making a return, to Christmas-themed cocktail dens, we round up London’s festive pop-ups worth getting excited about this winter
The untold story of the Pre-Raphaelite sisters comes to the National Portrait Gallery in an exhibition revealing the truth behind the movement's success
An exhibition of work by pioneer of electronic art, Nam June Paik, lands at Tate Modern
Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, the love story to end all love stories, airs at Regents Park's Open Air Theatre this summer
Silo zero-waste restaurant moves from Brighton to Hackney Wick, bringing chef Douglas McMaster’s vision for eco-friendly eating to London
In BBC's Dublin Murders, Killian Scott and Sarah Greene star as detectives looking into a series of forest murders in 2006 Ireland.
Midge (Rachel Brosnahan), Susie (Alex Borstein), Joel (Michael Zegen) and the rest of the Maisel gang return for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel season 3
The British Museums launch an exhibition exploring the influence of the Islamic world on western art
The RCA Secret auction opened on the first weekend of December. Check back nearer the time for more details.
Following the triumphant Can You Ever Forgive Me?, director Marielle Heller returns to tell the story of beloved children's entertainer Fred Rogers
The Italian director on discovering opera, slipping on banana skins and introducing children to the best
In BBC Two's The Name of the Rose, John Turturro stars as Guglielmo da Baskerville, a 14th-century Franciscan friar who investigates a series of murders in an isolated monastery
Bijan Sheibani's production of 50s play A Taste of Honey comes to the West End after impressing on a National Tour
Star Wars stalwart Rian Johnson gives the murder mystery genre a fresh spin thanks to an all-star cast. Daniel Craig, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Chris Evans star