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The ultimate patisserie lover's paradise in Piccadilly
Looking for things to do in London this weekend? Your search is over: we round up the best the city has to offer
Rising stars and veterans making a comeback will storm screens in 2019. Here are the names to remember for the upcoming year in cinema
In this new BBC adaptation of Andrea Levy's The Long Song, writer Sarah Williams explores the historic catalyst for the British abolition of slavery
Lebanese director Nadine Labaki's award-winning film from Cannes is reaping praise at festivals and putting childhood poverty into the spotlight
From Michelangelo and Bill Viola to Lucian Freud and Antony Gormley, the Royal Academy stages some of the biggest names in art in 2019
Previous years of the Tate Britain Commission have seen squash costumes and neon lighting – what will Mike Nelson do?
Everything you need to know about the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition – the world's longest running open submission contemporary art show
From up-cycling to geometric tiles, your guide to the top interior design trends of 2019
A year-long celebration of music written by and performed by women, from the Italian Renaissance to the present day. Some of it may not even have been written yet!
We've selected the best new books for kids that are gorgeous, inspiring and can work for kids across a range of ages.
Wondering what theatre to book and what plays to see? From fringe to the West End: London's best theatre
Here is all you need to nurture and protect face and body on and off-piste
London's greatest composer was born in Germany, and given British citizenship. This month of concerts, walks and talks celebrates the enduring impact of George Frideric Handel on the capital
From workshops to immersive pop-ups, there's an array of exciting beauty events happening in London
Book now for a new play by Mark Ravenhill: The Cane explores the consequences of control and the legacy of violence
54 years after the Disney classic, Mary Poppins Returns offers a fresh story which celebrates the old and welcomes in the new
The frailties of capitalism play out as director Rachel Chavkin revives Arthur Miller's Great Depression drama The American Clock at The Old Vic
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.
The best playing, singing, conducting and composing of the passing year. It was a boom year for women, but Brexit started to bite...
The future of fine dining is in luxurious informality, expressed by Italian former head chef of Le Gavroche Diego Ferrari and Emily Roux, daughter of Michel Roux jnr
Nathalie, a grab-and-go eatery from the restaurateur behind Casa Cruz and Isabel, opens on Hanover Square
Start 2019 off in style with these elegant picks that are perfect for the modern man
From the finale that’s been 10 years in the making to the bright young writers causing a buzz, these are the nine books we are most excited about in 2019
Culture buffs and bluffers, how well do you remember 2018? Test your knowledge with our serious and silly quiz of the year
London Art Fair 2019: we tell you all you need to know about this world class art event
Brexit: the Uncivil War is coming to Channel 4 in January, showing the Vote Leave campaign as led by Dominic Cummings (Benedict Cumberbatch)
New Philip Colbert exhibition of large-scale neo-pop paintings comes to the Saatchi Gallery London this December
Female filmmakers are paving the way for an exciting year in the entertainment industry. From biopics to blockbusters, women are taking the reigns in the new year
From the final season of Game of Thrones to the long anticipated second season of Big Little Lies, 2019 is a year packed with excellent television
We're spoilt for choice in London, acknowledged by many as the restaurant capital of the world. Here are those new places we happily return to.
The 2019 restaurant openings we are most looking forward to