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The show will go on as theatres introduce digital viewing options to bring the drama directly to you during social isolation
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From the contentious drama Pieces of a Woman with Vanessa Kirby to Olivia Wilde's ecstatic debut Booksmart with Kaitlyn Dever, Netflix in January delivers a great start to 2021
Covent Garden opens its winter season with an audience favourite – Puccini's dramatic story with a deadly twist, set in Rome
Culture Whisper's Editor in Chief reflects on the year we leave behind
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Our TV / Cinema Editor Euan Franklin chooses his favourite films of the year: from the chilling Saint Maud to Charlie Kaufman's latest brain-scratcher I'm Thinking of Ending Things
From the trials of being a female celebrity in I Hate Suzie to Michaela Coel's revolutionary comedy-drama I May Destroy You, 2020 has been awash with incredible TV
From Francis Bacon to Helen Frankenthaler, your guide to the must-see London art exhibitions in 2021
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From a spate of fantastical adaptations to an all-new Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, here are 21 plays (hopefully!) coming to the London stage in 2021
Andrew Lloyd Webber and Killing Eve writer Emerald Fennell reinvent the fairytale format with a new Cinderella musical
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From the return of The Vicar of Dibley with Dawn French to the new 70s serial killer drama The Serpent with Jenna Coleman, here's the best of Christmas TV 2020
The V&A's new exhibition explores how a bag is much more than a functional object, but a statement full of symbolic meanings
From George Clooney's post-apocalyptic space movie The Midnight Sky to the late Chadwick Boseman's final role in Ma Rainey's Black Bottom, here's the line-up in cinemas this week
In the final film in Steve McQueen's Small Axe anthology, 12-year-old Kingsley (Kenyah Sandy) is taken out of school for being 'educationally subnormal'. But something else is afoot…
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In this anthology series from Widows director Steve McQueen, Small Axe tells five stories set within London's West Indian community. John Boyega and Letitia Wright star