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Tate Modern explores the genius of Cézanne and his struggle for recognition
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Sir Ian McKellen leads the cast of Mother Goose. The pantomime is touring until Easter 2023, calling in at the West End's Duke of York's Theatre for Christmas
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Previous shows have included Benedict Cumberbatch, Jude Law and Olivia Coleman. Now London's star-studded letter-reading event returns to the Royal Albert Hall
A promising opening of the 2022-23 season
From a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition of Paul Cézanne at Tate Modern to Frieze grand extravaganza, October is London's most anticipated art month.
From The Good Nurse with Jessica Chastain and Eddie Redmayne to The Watcher with Naomi Watts and Mia Farrow, Netflix in October wields many dark and delightful pleasures
From the strangeness of Peter Strickland's Flux Gourmet starring Gwendoline Christie to the comfortable Mrs Harris Goes to Paris with Lesley Manville, here are the films in cinemas this weekend
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Grab an opportunity to see one of the most joyous dance performances on offer, when Birmingham Royal Ballet's Don Quixote comes to a cinema near you
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From ten-time Tony award-winners to hyped premieres, these are the most exciting theatre shows to open in October
Erin Doherty is compelling in Lyndsey Turner’s revival of The Crucible at the National Theatre, but ES Devlin’s design steals the show
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Sir Kenneth Branagh stars as Boris Johnson in this new six-part dramatisation of the British government's response to the Covid pandemic
The first major Lucian Freud exhibition for a decade will showcase the master's long and influential career
From a protest party at an east London gallery to a weekend festival on Hampstead Heath and a chance to learn the Japanese art of kintsugi, your weekend sorted
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Director Daniel Fish's Tony-winning revival of Oklahoma! transfers from the Young Vic to the West End's Wyndham's Theatre for 2023
Mayerling, Kenneth Macmillan’s dark and complex tale of political intrigue, madness and death in the Austro-Hungarian court, opens The Royal Ballet's new season
Starring Ana de Armas and Adrien Brody, Andrew Dominik's controversial adaptation of the Marilyn Monroe novel by Joyce Carol Oates is finally coming to Netflix
Now that autumn is here, a new-season coat, jacket or cape is top of the agenda.
Stock up on seasonal veg, find a perfect photo backdrop and get Halloween-ready with our roundup of the best pumpkin patches near London
Looking for what to do with kids in London this October half-term? We've got the family covered
Starring Oscar-winner Helen Hunt, Eureka Day is a hard-working satire about woke culture that wins over the Old Vic audience in post-pandemic London
K-pop, politics and Parasite are all part of a sensational blockbuster exhibition of Korean culture at V&A
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Fragile, egg-like sculptures shine a light on the beautiful and evocative work of Slovakian sculptor Maria Bartuszova in Tate Modern's small exhibition