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Following the success of Project 84, Mark Jenkins opens a solo show of new work at London Gallery, Lazinc
One of the most significant shows of the year opens at Tate Modern: Picasso 1932, Love, Fame, Tragedy is erotic, often brutal but everything we hoped it would be
Glitz, glamour and Old Masters: one of the world's most prestigious multi-disciplinary art fairs rolls into town for its ninth edition
Join us for an evening panel discussion exploring the ins and outs of building successful creative organisations from the ground up
Jessie Buckley, Stellan Skarsgård and Emily Watson star in Sky Atlantic's upcoming mini-series Chernobyl
Orlando Bloom returns to the West End stage to star in the lead role of fast-paced thriller Killer Joe
Visual taxonomies, a deeply affecting filmic study, and an exploration of governmental control: the 2018 Deutsche Börse nominees take over the Photographers' Gallery
Blenheim Palace celebrates the works of colour visionary, Yves Klein, on what would be his 90th birthday
Michael Grandage revives the play about Mark Rothko that galvanized audiences at the Donmar in 2009
Following her acclaimed installation at South London Gallery last autumn, Katharina Grosse comes to Gagosian with an explosive new body of work
The screen has never sounded so good: soak up the biggest blockbusters, from Star Trek to Harry Potter, alongside a live orchestra at the Royal Albert Hall
Benedict Cumberbatch finds his ultimate role with 'narcissistic, schizoid, suicidal alcoholic' Patrick Melrose in a compelling adaptation of Edward St Aubyn's novels
Donald Glover's emotionally fraught comedy Atlanta comes to BBC Two
New V&A museum exhibition explores the power of design and technology in shaping the future of our world – It's got honourable ambitions, but unfortunately lands a little flat
Episode one of The Bridge season four is topical and twisted, and sets a high bar
The Sinner season two: the plot, the cast, the air date. Everything we know so far
An emotional nightmare fit for the #metoo area: The Woman in White episodes four and five review
First-look pictures of the trippy new Netflix series starring Emma Stone and Jonah Hill
Scottish ceramicist Jennifer Lee announced as the winner of the Loewe Craft Prize 2018
Fine dining, lush foliage and eclectic interiors make The Petersham is a charming retreat in the heart of Covent Garden
The world's finest orchestras, conductors, singers and instrumental soloists head for London for the biggest music festival on the planet
The Royal Academy makes a splash with Oceania, the UK's first large-scale overview of South Pacific art
A ground-breaking new Rodin exhibition at the British Museum explores how the ancient world shaped the artistic vision of a modern master
Sex, scandal and show business return to London as Cuba Gooding Jnr stars in a sultry revival of Chicago
An exhibition that shocks, inspires, and leaves you with the unshakeable urge to reconsider your wardrobe
The first UK Joseph Beuys retrospective in ten years lands at Galeire Thaddaeus Ropac – one of London's best art galleries
The unstoppable playwright behind Ink and Labour of Love hits the jackpot once more with this witty game-show drama
Celebrating their 10th anniversary, Secret Cinema returns to London with an immersive extravaganza inspired by the classic Blade Runner: The Final Cut
Tobias Menzies to join Helena Bonham Carter and Olivia Colman in season three of Netflix drama The Crown
Gangsters, film stars, politicians and spies come together in Netflix's Sacred Games
Idris Elba's Black-British family life charms in new comedy on Sky 1
Tony Kushner's Olivier-winning musical about Civil Rights era America will transfer to the West End after sellouts at Chichester and Hampstead Theatre