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Two outstanding sopranos take turns with one of the most famous roles in the operatic repertoire – the Ethiopian princess in love with her Egyptian captor
From a celebration of Black Pride to a giant installation of the globe suspended in West London, here’s what not to miss this weekend.
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Summery linen clothing to help you keep your cool as the mercury rises
Director Jude Christian takes on Titus Andronicus, Holly Race Roughan does Henry V and Sean Holmes presents an indoor-outdoor take on The Winter's Tale
Shakespeare’s first and bloodiest tragedy Titus Andronicus in a new production by pioneering director Jude Christian at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse
In a first for Shakespeare's Globe, director Sean Holmes presents a promenade The Winter’s Tale that moves between the theatre’s indoor and outdoor spaces
From the violent blend of comedy and action in Bullet Train starring Brad Pitt to Sara Dosa's documentary about married volcanologists, here are the films in cinemas this weekend
In this latest film from Jordan Peele, Daniel Kaluuya and Keke Palmer star as sibling ranchers whose land is suddenly invaded by a whirring UFO
Director Daniel Evans proves there’s still a place on the stage for Rodgers & Hammerstein’s controversial musical South Pacific
From the hottest table in town and the book to pre-order to Diptyque’s chic foray into luxury cleaning products, here are 16 ways to enhance your Augus
Chunky platforms, woven slides or strappy mules – whatever your preference, step out in style
With these temperatures and humidity are you in need of a little chill out? Thought so. Here's the coolest spas in London town
Kids' Week: Children get free theatre tickets throughout August to the very best London family shows on in the West End and beyond
Whether you're staying put or going abroad this month, there are plenty of trends to take note of for August 2022.
The London summer season is finally here. From open-air cinema to outdoor art, these are the unmissable events to help you make the most of the warm weather
From Olivier Assayas' remake of Irma Vep with Alicia Vikander to the Netflix adaptation of Neil Gaiman's The Sandman starring David Thewlis, this week in TV blurs reality and fantasy
From a taste of France in Brixton, to California by way of Canary Wharf, August’s new restaurants offer tantalising escapes
Dear Evan Hansen prepares to take its final West End bow. Here's how it became the landmark musical all teens, their parents and everyone in between should see
From the new series adaptation of Neil Gaiman's The Sandman to Christopher Nolan's cult classic Memento starring Guy Pearce, Netflix in August has plenty to darken your imagination
Starring Ana de Armas and Adrien Brody, Andrew Dominik's new adaptation of the Marilyn Monroe novel by Joyce Carol Oates is finally coming to Netflix in September
Greenwich and Docklands International Festival (GDIF) 2022 brings two weeks of free performing arts and spectacular installations to Greenwich and beyond
From Mango to Arket, our favourite looks from the High Street this summer
Olivia Wilde, Harry Styles and Timothée Chalamet (among many others) are set to wow in this year's Venice Film Festival line-up. Here are seven movies we're excited to see
Escape to Narnia with an enchanting stage adaptation of C.S Lewis’s beloved tale of Aslan, the White Witch and four brave children
Regent's Park Open Air Theatre presents a new musical version of 101 Dalmatians, with witty songs, oodles of cuteness and a show-stealing Cruella de Vil
Daisy Edgar-Jones, Andrew Garfield, Billy Howle and Sam Worthington star in this Mormon true-crime drama by Dustin Lance Black, set around the 1984 murder of Brenda Lafferty
Handel, Verdi and Puccini masterpieces are not to be missed, with two new productions and a top-cast revival. Booking opens 10AM, Wed 27 July
Book early for The Royal Ballet's Christmas treat like no other: The Nutcracker returns to The Royal Opera House for the festive season
Embark on new adventures with our guide to the best new kids events and activities London 2022 has to offer
Eleonore’sultimate holiday capsule for the Mediterranean