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Wean yourself off the wine, vanquish the vodka and banish the beer this January
In February 2019 a solo exhibition of Phyllida Barlow sculptures lands at the Royal Academy London
Spain's Master of Light set to dazzle at National Gallery in spring 2019
There's a gold rush of great shows to top off this year: from five-star musical to star-studded thriller, these are the new plays we have seen and adored
From Clerkenwell Design Week to Frieze London, your ultimate guide to the best London design events in 2019
London museum gift shops are unexpected sources of treasure. We round up the best in the capital
The films of 2018 were bold and brilliant. Fiction is slowly starting to better reflect the mirrors we face – here's the very best films of the year
From mind-altering immersive theatre and stars on stage to searing new writing and resplendant revivals, we look back at the 10 best plays of 2018
The future is bright for London theatre: 2019 promises tonnes of talent, a surplus of stars and ample applause. Here are the 12 shows we're excited to see
This December, Netflix is awash with movies from both sides of the cinematic spectrum. From Andy Serkis's Mowgli to Alfonso Cuaron's ROMA, here are our top picks
A non-musical adaptation of the Victor Hugo's classic Les Miserables, starring Lily Collins and Olivia Coleman, comes to the BBC this Christmas. Here's everything we know
Donna Zakowska, the costume designer for the Marvelous Mrs Maisel, tells us just how and why the show came to be so striking
We round up the the best art exhibitions, guided walks, and outdoor sculpture trails away from London's stuffy museums
The ultimate guide to the best art exhibitions London has to offer next year
Our ultimate guide to the best art exhibitions of the year and those to catch while you still can: 2018 has been a stellar year in art
Looking for something off the beaten track? These are the best under-the-radar London art galleries with exhibitions on now
From rustic French fare to cool cocktail hangouts, these are the best bars and restaurants in Tooting
From bijou gallery shows you may have missed shows to blockbuster retrospectives closing soon, these are the London art exhibitions to make a beeline for this December
From melted cheese to mackerel ceviche, we explore the best Brixton restaurants, from the indoor market to the locals' fave
There's more to December than tinsel. London Theatres are offering up a feast of drama for those wishing to dodge the Christmas pantos this winter
The Almeida's superlative production of Tennessee Williams' story of summer love, sexual desire and self-destruction transfers to the West End
Carols, traditional songs, uplifting instrumentals and rousing choruses to herald the festive season
Katie Mitchell and Cate Blanchett combine forces for an unmissable play on the National Theatre's smallest stage – now the ballot is open for the chance to get tickets
From designer leads and crystal collar charms to chic litter trays: everything you need to keep beloved dogs and cats in the lap of luxury
From the museum blockbusters to the in-the-know gallery exhibitions, these are the best art exhibitions in London (and beyond) this winter
This was a great year for TV. From the drug-fuelled misadventures of Patrick Melrose (Benedict Cumberbatch) to the spicy thrills of Bodyguard, here's our 10 best shows of 2018.
From the final season of Game of Thrones to a new adaptation of Les Miserables, 2019 is a year packed with excellent television. Here are our top 10 favourites
Extended: Teen Drag Queen musical Everybody's Talking About Jamie is a young, fun and fresh celebration of being a little bit different
Darker nights are best spent watching world-class theatre. These are the five London shows you should see this November
From the ultimate festive ballet to the finest winter treats, your guide to the most indulgent (but not always expensive) things to do at Christmas in London
Our passionate love affair with brunch shows no sign of abating, but with so many options out there, where to go in London?
Ahead of the 2019 Tate Britain Van Gogh exhibition, we tell you everything we know so far