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English National Ballet has announced its programme for autumn 2020 – no live performances, but much new work online
After months of closure, galleries, museums and family attractions are tentatively reopening. Here’s when you can next visit London's top cultural institutions
Wembley Park adds to its extensive display of free street art with three new installations to complete its first public art trail
From Katherine Ryan's debut series The Duchess to the violent small-town drama of The Devil All the Time with Robert Pattinson, Netflix in September features many strange families
Phoebe Waller-Bridge joins the cast for His Dark Materials season 2, in which Lyra (Dafne Keen) crosses the bridge between dimensions and finally meets Will (Amir Wilson)
From Bruce Nauman at Tate Modern to Tracey Emin at the Royal Academy, here are the artworld highlights to catch this autumn
A spate of new kitchens are firing up the hobs to make London’s ever-evolving restaurant scene even more exciting…
Ammonite, written and directed by Francis Lee, has a new trailer with a starry cast that includes Kate Winslet, Saoirse Ronan and Fiona Shaw
Billie Piper (Doctor Who) and Lucy Prebble (Succession) reunite for their new psychological comedy-drama about Suzie Pickles, a former child singer who endures the burdens of female celebrity
With Tenet, Christopher Nolan brings together an all-star cast – John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Kenneth Branagh – to deliver another mainstream mind-stretcher
Immersive cinema experts Backyard Cinema return with the Winter Night Garden experience: an enchanted forest, hit movies, cocktails and street food
Palace renovations allow for 65 works from the Royal Collection to be brought together in a gallery exhibition for the first time
Tate Modern stages first-ever UK retrospective of work by pioneering modernist Sophie Taeuber-Arp
It’s up to the audience to save the planet in a new immersive experience: Doctor Who Time Fracture
Live theatre is making a comeback in the capital – and there's plenty you won't want to miss. Here are the best shows in London to see this autumn
A second chance to catch Emma Rice's Romantics Anonymous comes this autumn, as the play is broadcast live from Bristol Old Vic
Our Bodies Back is a new dance film inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement now available on Sadler's Wells Digital Stage and presented in collaboration with Breakin' Convention
From scenic stretches of Regent’s Canal to tranquil hideaways along the Thames Estuary, here’s where to go paddleboarding in London and further afield
Elizabeth Debicki will join Jonathan Pryce and Imelda Staunton as the cast for the final two seasons of The Crown
Emerging playwright Anoushka Warden wins Platform Presents’ Playwright’s Prize with her comic entry: My Dad’s A Cunt, starring Aimee Lou Wood
From a lake flanked by a sandy beach, to a calm and leafy stretch of the River Medway, we round up the little-known spots for wild swimming near London
Rossini, Tchaikovsky, Handel and Richard Strauss operas are planned for the summer, with dates and casts to be announced. But keep room in your diary from May to August
Covid-19 has wounded the cinema schedule, but there are still some cracking titles coming up. From Rebecca to Wonder Woman 1984, a wave of wondrous movies is coming this autumn
Book now: Ralph Fiennes to portray playwright David Hare in new autobiographical play about coping with Covid-19
Newly announced broadcast of Fidelio takes Beethoven's only opera to a wider audience, with an all-star cast
Matteo Garrone's darker, more faithful adaptation of Pinocchio wields a dark visual power but becomes strangely mundane. Roberto Benigni (Down By Law, Life is Beautiful) stars
An immersive exhibition in the Barbican Curve, Toyin Ojih Odutola's A Countervailing Theory transports you to a mythical time where your imagination soars
Cures and curiosity: the latest Netflix docu-series (Un)Well examines some of the pros and cons of the wellness industry
From dealing with anxiety to getting your mojo back after months on furlough, here’s how to return to the workplace happily and safely
Eliza Scanlen, Ben Mendehlson, Essie Davis: the biggest names from Australia play a family in crisis in the eccentric film debut from Shannon Murphy (Killing Eve)
Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, the love story to end all love stories, airs at Regents Park's Open Air Theatre in summer 2021
Game on: wild game menus in London are the healthiest, most sustainable way of eating meat. Here's where to feast this season