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Bruce Nauman's Tate Modern retrospective promises to be an angsty blockbuster
Billie Piper (Doctor Who) and Lucy Prebble (Succession) reunite for their new psychological comedy-drama about Suzie Pickles, a former child singer who endures the burdens of female celebrity
HiddenCity’s immersive adventures will get you and your friends out in the city, unravelling riddles, uncovering secret locations and solving puzzles
With Tenet, Christopher Nolan brings together an all-star cast – John David Washington, Robert Pattinson, Kenneth Branagh – to deliver another mainstream mind-stretcher
The ROH has announced two major opera and ballet events to be streamed live from its Covent Garden stage this autumn
Palace renovations allow for 65 works from the Royal Collection to be brought together in a gallery exhibition for the first time
It’s up to the audience to save the planet in a new immersive experience: Doctor Who Time Fracture
Official coronavirus recommendations state face masks must be worn in shops and on public transport: here's where to buy face masks in the UK and online
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Elizabeth Debicki will join Jonathan Pryce and Imelda Staunton as the cast for the final two seasons of The Crown
From a lake flanked by a sandy beach, to a calm and leafy stretch of the River Medway, we round up the little-known spots for wild swimming near London
Rossini, Tchaikovsky, Handel and Richard Strauss operas are planned for the summer, with dates and casts to be announced. But keep room in your diary from May to August
Covid-19 has wounded the cinema schedule, but there are still some cracking titles coming up. From Rebecca to Wonder Woman 1984, a wave of wondrous movies is coming this autumn
From sand-resistant towels and wind breakers to beach games and vital apps: everything you need to pack for a holiday in the UK
Sadler's Wells has announced the postponement of the Akram Khan’s much anticipated new creation for English National Ballet, Creature. Now scheduled for September 2021
A new monologue, written during lockdown, brings live theatre back to the NT after a five-month hiatus
Book now: Ralph Fiennes to portray playwright David Hare in new autobiographical play about coping with Covid-19
A new series of free e-books celebrates women writers who wrote under male pseudonyms by re-publishing historic titles with the correct names
The new musical about Princess Diana will premiere on Netflix before opening on Broadway. Here's what you need to know
Alan Bennett's revamped Talking Heads monologues staged at Bridge Theatre with star actors, after impressing on the small screen
If you’re not in the vicinity of a refreshing pool, swimmable river, or by the sea, let these beauty treats work their cooling magic to refresh and revive. Dive in!
From bright new writing talents to blissfully escapist murder mysteries, we round up the best new books to get lost in
From dealing with anxiety to getting your mojo back after months on furlough, here’s how to return to the workplace happily and safely
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Eliza Scanlen, Ben Mendehlson, Essie Davis: the biggest names from Australia play a family in crisis in the eccentric film debut from Shannon Murphy (Killing Eve)
Dodie Smith's beloved story of 101 Dalmatians kidnapped by Cruella de Vil comes to life as a new musical at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre
Game on: wild game menus in London are the healthiest, most sustainable way of eating meat. Here's where to feast this season
Tate Britain spotlights Paul Rego’s visceral, unflinching image-making in the most comprehensive retrospective of her work to date
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From the one perched on a coastal clifftop to the one that dates back to the Roman Empire, these outdoor venues are saving the UK’s crippled theatre scene
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