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Dots, infinity nets, pumpkins and more: Yayoi Kusama returns to Victoria Miro London this November and stars in upcoming documentary
The first major UK retrospective of the influential Bauhaus artist Anni Albers opens at Tate Modern in October
The museum replaces portraits of its male governors with paintings of the women who played a crucial role in its history
Everything you need to know about the trippy new Netflix series starring Emma Stone and Jonah Hill
Get ready for a practically perfect family theatre show: Mary Poppins returns to the London stage for summer 2019
The luxury art and design fair PAD London returns to chic Berkeley Square for its twelfth edition
Danny Boyle's adaptation of the infamous J. Paul Getty story looks set to thrill on BBC Two
Everything you need to know about The Crown season 3, Netflix. Including first look at Olivia Colman and Helena Bonham Carter
Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get up close to 'Britain's Sistine Chapel'
Get glam this year: Kinky Boots The Musical brings sequins, stilettos and catchy songs to the West End in a riot of attitude and fun!
Rarely seen images of Audrey Hepburn go on show at Proud Galleries London to mark twenty five years since her death
Ahead of the 2019 Tate Britain Van Gogh exhibition, Vans launch an artful collection in collaboration with the Van Gogh Museum
Contemporary art stars fill the Square Mile with large-scale outdoor sculpture installations for Sculpture in the City, 2018
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
From Cape Town to Tunis: Europe’s largest contemporary African art fair returns to Somerset House to showcase the best art of the continent
Bigger hair, bigger outfits, bigger stakes: the gritty porn drama The Deuce from creator of The Wire returns
From the creators of Parks and Recreation and Master of None: a new comedy starring Maya Rudolph and Fred Armisen
Jenna Coleman to star as the mother of an abducted child in new BBC psychological thriller The Cry
With Frieze Sculpture 2018 now on show, the art world eagerly awaits the arrival of Frieze London & Frieze Masters
Ground-breaking Royal Academy exhibition showcases drawings by Italian Renaissance master Michelangelo alongside video art by Bill Viola
Yves Klein is well deserving of this long-overdue UK retrospective. But is Blenheim Palace really his rightful home?
Meet the new faces of Doctor Who – here's everything you need to know about the eleventh instalment
The sensual, mystical story with a dark heart starring Natalie Dormer brought lovingly to life on the BBC
The Almeida's superlative production of Tennessee Williams' story of summer love, sexual desire and self-destruction transfers to the West End
Come worship at the altar of Frida Kahlo in a rare exhibition of her wardrobe and possessions
Tony Kushner's Olivier-winning musical about Civil Rights era America will transfer to the West End after sellouts at Chichester and Hampstead Theatre
New adaptations of JRR Tolkien's fantasy world are arriving on Amazon Prime
Disney's blockbuster Aladdin musical brings Arabian nights, magic carpets and a surfeit of sparkle to London's West End
Hurrah for Hamilton's jubilant London transfer. Now there's another chance to book for the record-breakingly successful hip hop musical
The Fall dream team is back! Jamie Dornan and director Allan Cubitt return with BBC drama Death And Nightingales
Teen Drag Queen musical Everybody's Talking About Jamie is a young, fun and fresh celebration of being a little bit different
Jessie Buckley, Stellan Skarsgård and Emily Watson star in Sky Atlantic's upcoming mini-series Chernobyl