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The Edinburgh Fringe is the place to go for dynamic pieces of theatre, comedy and more. Here are the shows that wowed audiences, and are making their way down south
As the summer blockbusters fade out and the shorter days roll in, head to cinemas – for everything from bestselling hits to Disney sequels for the kids
London’s first Swiss-inspired restaurant Heritage is the place to head to enjoy sophisticated takes on fondue, raclette and rösti all year round
Wondering what theatre to book and what plays to see? From fringe to the West End: London's best theatre
Whether food or music is your passion in life, head to Lincolnshire's Lost Village Festival and you won't be disappointed
Make a start on your autumn to-do list now – you'll be thankful later
The holiday season might not be here just yet, but we’re testing out the latest budget beauty advent calendars that money can buy
From dreamy new clothing lines to sustainable fashion inspiration, read on for all the latest on the London fashion scene
Think pink: the rosiest shade is everywhere this autumn
Nicholas Hytner will transform Philip Pullman's La Belle Sauvage into a play at The Bridge Theatre in 2020
These anti-pollution beauty products will refresh, cool and revive after a long day in the city
The start of a new academic year also brings the beginning of a star-studded season of movies: awards contenders and family dramas abound in cinemas this September
It all comes crashing down for the Brummie gang as kingpin Tommy Shelby (Cillian Murphy) faces the Great Depression and the rise of fascism
From The Wolf of Wall Street to sun-soaked seventies disco, here are the kooky adventures and immersive experiences London will get in 2019
Chic ankle boots are a wardrobe staple - these are the best new season styles
Famed auteurs make long awaited returns with love letters from Tarantino, Almodóvar and Del Toro – as well as Russian rock and pre-teen comedy, it's a heavyweight weekend in cinemas
Fashion moves fast in London. Pop-ups can go from deserted shopfronts to buzzing hives to bare rails – all in the space of a day
From major fragrance pop-ups to make-up artists and beauty events - here's all you need to know about beauty in London
From William Blake to Moving to Mars, here is our guide to the autumn's sell-out shows. Get your tickets before they're gone!
From Judy Garland to Marie Curie – true stories inspire great films. Here are the best movies based on real life events to look out for
Autumn is a goldrush for theatre. Enjoy the spoils of the new season with our guide to the best shows to see in September
A London area guide for visitors: from the neighbourhoods to visit to the areas to stay
Midge, Susie, Joel and the rest of the Maisel gang are back – news on season three of The Marvelous Maisel is finally on the horizon
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
Famed Spanish auteur Pedro Almodóvar directs Antonio Banderas and Penélope Cruz in Pain and Glory, premiering in the Official Selection in Cannes
From William Blake at Tate Britain to Lucian Freud at the Royal Academy, these are the shows to put in your diary for the winter season
Ady Suleiman, Bryony Gordon and Lost Lectures headline Emerge, London’s new ‘Lates’ festival
From open-air theatre to under-the-radar festivals, plan ahead for the August bank holiday weekend with our round-up of the best events to book now
These are the nail colour trends you should be wearing for winter 2019/2020
From the dodgy dealings of Brummie gangster drama Peaky Blinders to the never-ending controversy of teen drama 13 Reasons Why, the biggest shows are making a comeback this week
Phoebe-Waller Bridge plays Fleabag on stage for the final time in a revival of the 2013 one-woman show that catalysed a TV phenomenon
The 22nd annual Totally Thames festival takes place this September. We hear from its founder and director Adrian Evans, and round-up the highlights to catch