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The British Museum explores the story of Troy, from antiquity to the present day
Line of Duty is set to welcome Kelly Macdonald (Giri/Haji, Trainspotting) to the cast, playing AC-12's most enigmatic villain yet
The Royal Opera House tenor talks to Stephen Pritchard about the Messiah season, perpetual youth and getting lost backstage at Covent Garden
He's not in One Direction anymore: boy wonder Harry Styles is gearing up for his second major stadium tour with his new album Fine Line
In episode 3, Lyra (Dafne Keen) is thrown into the back of a van and promptly rescued by Gyptians. Meanwhile, Mrs Coulter (Ruth Wilson) is aggressively intent on finding her
Our round-up of the best alternative advent calendars for kids this Christmas
Disney’s Frozen 2 may not match the magic of the original, but it’s a heart-warming family film with catchy songs to thaw your heart
The touring Vagina Museum gets a permanent home in London’s Camden Market this autumn. Expect vulva-shaped artworks and talks on body positivity
Bored of the standard eggs benedict? Discover more unusual places for brunch in London, from extravagant dim sum to scandi rye bread
In The Crown season 3, Olivia Colman steps in as Queen Elizabeth II - following her reign between 1964 and 1977. Helena Bonham Carter also stars as Princess Margaret
This three-part BBC adaptation of HG Wells' novel retains the original setting in Surrey, which will be set ablaze by Martian heat-rays. Rafe Spall and Eleanor Tomlinson star
A second branch of pastel-coloured pasta parlour Lina Stores opens in King’s Cross, bringing the much-loved dishes of the Italian deli to Granary Square
Chiltern Firehouse culinary vibes come to a beautiful new-build hotel in Stratford, soon to be East Bank, a new cultural hub
These are the trending nail colours and designs for spring/summer 2020 – we guarantee they'll be coming to a salon near you
It's the things that make you go 'hmmm?' – where to find the best London pub quiz, whatever your speciality
Bastille performs Can't Fight this Feeling over a charming tale of a dragon struggling to belong
The bass-baritone on playing seven roles at once, music for youngsters and climbing Kilimanjaro
Tate Modern prepares for an exhibition of Magdalena Abakanowicz's fabric sculptures to open 2020
In The Report, Adam Driver stars as Senate investigator Daniel J Jones, who uncovered the unlawful torture of terrorist suspects in the wake of 9/11
An exhibition of post-war British photography at Tate Britain promises to prove a moving experience
Gold Digger follows the unconventional relationship between 60-year-old Julia (Julia Ormond) and thirty-something Benjamin (Ben Barnes). But her family isn't happy about it...
From holy comedy in An Act of God to a Cinderella panto set in a pub - two plays to see at The Vaults this Christmas
Olivier-winning playwright Laura Wade takes on Jane Austen's unfinished novel The Watsons in post-modern play that comes to West End
This Christmas, an animated caper unlike any other is coming to cinemas: there's a spy, there's a boy, but there's an astonishing scientific twist to change the game completely
James Corden, Margot Robbie, Elizabeth Debicki return to lend their voices to Beatrix Potter's characters alongside Rose Byrne and Domhnall Gleeson for a sequel
Visual activist Zanele Muholi is set to have an exhibition at Tate Modern in 2020
From the thrilling reunion of Martin Scorsese and Robert De Niro in The Irishman to Timothée Chalamet rocking royalty in The King, Netflix in November is filled with dark menace
In episode two, the clearly devious Mrs Coulter (Ruth Wilson) takes Lyra (Dafne Keen) to her opulent London apartment. But Lyra senses something awry
From Judy Garland to Marie Curie – true stories inspire great films. Here are the best movies based on real life events to look out for
There's finally an original Pixar film around the corner – celebrating jazz, New York City, the cosmos and more from the director of Up and Inside Out
With Carol and the Hulk behind them, Todd Haynes and Mark Ruffalo team up to tell the true story of a major pollution scandal with a chemical company
From the heartbreak of Titanic to a celebration of Lord of the Rings, the live concert screenings to book in for, at the Royal Albert Hall, Southbank Centre and more