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In episode 2, Steve Arnott (Martin Compston) and AC-12 dig deeper into DCI Joanne Davidson (Kelly Macdonald) and MIT. And some familiar faces return. Spoilers ahead!
An exhibition of work by French firebrand Jean Dubuffet is coming to the Barbican Centre in May
From tucked away terraces and sun traps to tables warmed by crackling fires, here are some vetted options for dining outdoors come 12 April
Aaron Sorkin's smash-hit stage adaptation of Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird comes to the West End, with Rafe Spall starring as Atticus Finch
The National Theatre will reopen in June with Jack Thorne's adaptation of After Life and a Michael Sheen-led production of Under Milk Wood
A new pocket of Princess Diana's life will be explored courtesy of Kristen Stewart, in a new film by Pablo Larraín
Is this the last wellness book you will ever need to buy?
The National’s Olivier Theatre reopens with a new production of Under Milk Wood, directed by Lyndsey Turner and starring Michael Sheen, Karl Johnson and Siân Phillips
Writer Jack Thorne, director Jeremy Herrin and designer Bunny Christie join forces to bring Hirokazu Kore-eda’s tender movie After Life to the National Theatre’s Dorfman stage
More good news: Sadler's Wells will reopen its doors to live performance in May with a programme of works that will run through the summer
Fashion brands with homeware collections bring extra style points to your interior. Read on for spring 2021 interior inspiration
As gyms prepare to reopen their doors, our in-house health coach speculates on the future of tech-based home fitness
The Royal Opera House reveals nine months of music, including five new productions, nine revivals, and discoveries in the Linbury Theatre
Stock up on choc and have these luxurious Easter eggs delivered as a treat to yourself and to the family you can't see in person this Easter weekend
The Easter story told in song, JS Bach and Handel's Messiah, performed by top artists and streamed from London churches and concert halls
Director of the Royal Ballet Kevin O’Hare tells Culture Whisper he’s excited to announce details of the 2021/22 programme, his first full season in a while
Beauty Patches: the easy remedy for blasting blemishes, lines and de-puffing eyes now also come as a genius fragrance accessory to freshen up your wrist and face covering
Armitage's vibrant paintings fuse European and African traditions in what promises to be a memorable Royal Academy exhibition
Following up God's Own Country, writer/director Francis Lee speculates on the possible relationship between 19th-century palaeontologist Mary Anning (Kate Winslet) and Charlotte Murchison (Saoirse Ronan)
Escape the city on a wholesome and active day trip with our guide to the best long walks near London
Kelly Macdonald stars in the latest Line of Duty, which changes its atmosphere this time around. Adrian Dunbar, Martin Compston and Vicky McClure also star
A semi-staged production of Puccini's most dramatic opera is staged in the Bowl to a live audience
Big Mamma Group's Gloria gets a little sister, Circolo. The new Sicilian restaurant, styled like a garden-party paradise, is now open in Fitzrovia
Swamp Motel concludes its trilogy of theatrical escape-room games with The Kindling Hour, a triumph for this relatively new genre of digital entertainment
Irvine Welsh co-writes this infectiously punky biopic of music manager Alan McGee, played by Ewen Bremner, who signed bands like Primal Scream, My Bloody Valentine and Oasis
The ancient practice of Ayurveda is having a renaissance, with luxurious and sustainable products and a unique approach to wellbeing
Spread the love and send more thoughtful presents with our guide to the best care packages and gifts to send, for congratulations, commiserations or simple salutations
On 16 March 2020, the pandemic forced theatres to bring down their curtains indefinitely. Here’s what has happened since – and what’s still to come
From David Fincher's black-and-white passion project Mank to Regina King's anti-racism drama One Night in Miami, here are this year's Oscars nominations
Costume design is not fashion, and yet the two often converge to create some of the most memorable and talked-about on-screen appearances
Spending more time in the garden? Make it comfy and inviting with our guide to the best outdoor furniture for all kinds of spaces
From authors discussing their latest works to artists on their practice and actors reflecting on life in the spotlight, here are the talks you won't want to miss