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Discrimination, mental health, razor wire and toy vacuum cleaners make for a varied Turner Prize
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Physical theatre, poetic dialogue and evocative staging combine in a powerful exploration of corrupt ivory trading
The Unfriend, a thriller-sitcom from Doctor Who and Sherlock writer Steven Moffat, returns to the West End
Playwright Chris Bush, with former Pulp and The Longpigs band member Richard Hawley, has written a vital musical about Sheffield's giant housing estate, Park Hill
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Jovial moments and moustache envy in fantastic portraits.
From the latest Wes Anderson/Roald Dahl film The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar starring Benedict Cumberbatch to the Boiling Point TV spin-off, this week's TV bubbles with brilliant stories
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Andrew Scott delivers a phenomenal performance playing all eight characters in this batty but brilliant one-man take on Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya
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A superb production of Benjamin Britten's profound and intensely musical opera returns with a new cast
Richard Jones helms a rare production of Pygmalion, starring Patsy Ferran and Bertie Carvel, which misses a trick in being so staid
Laurie Nunn's sex-positive teen comedy series finally comes to a close with Asa Butterfield, Ncuti Gatwa, Emma Mackey, Hannah Gadsby, Dan Levy and Gillian Anderson
Could it be time to swap your boots for a pair of oh-so-trendy ballet flats?
It’s intense, it’s discomfiting, it’s memorable and it’s performance art at its finest
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Inspiring, creative and a home away from home, these savvy co-working hubs in London make us want to work 12-hour days. Well, almost…
Gabrielle Chanel's exhibition at V&A is stunning and inspiring for most of its parts, and makes you want to live back in the 1920s
'Tis the season for literary blockbusters. Replenish your to-be-read pile with our guide to the best new books autumn 2023 has to offer
Red is this season's must-have colour for any minimalist wardrobe: a perfect shade to highlight paired-back outfits without stealing the show.
The collaboration between Uniqlo and British Fashion designer Clare Waight Keller hits the shelves on Friday 15 September.
Tyrell Williams’ exceptional play about the relationship between three boys and their south London football pitch is a must-see in its Bush Theatre revival
A soft transition from quiet luxury, butter yellow overtakes the muted aesthetic that filled last winter's timeline.The delicate shade fits our transitional mood and lightens our grey autumn mornings.
Culture Whisper's editor-in-chief Eleonore Dresch shares her personal account of what happened in Marrakesh and beyond during the earthquake that shook Morocco
The Father and the Assassin tells the story of Nathuram Godse, the man who murdered Gandhi, within a compelling historical sweep through the run-up to India’s independence
Feast on fresh fruit, stock up on veg and enjoy a day out at the best pick-your-own farms near London
London's private art galleries are showing unique exhibitions all year long. Here is a selection of the best art to see in London now
Celine Song marks her directorial debut with Past Lives, exploring the touching relationship between first-generation immigrant Nora (Greta Lee) and her former Korean flame Hae Song (Teo Yoo)