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In What/If, Renée Zellweger plays Rose Montgomery, a venture capitalist that controls people like puppets. Her latest experiment is business-owner Lisa (Jane Levy)...
Cannes darling Xavier Dolan returns with his most lovely and mature film to date: Matthias et Maxime celebrates friendship and repressed affection beautifully
Confront life, death and extreme conditions as mountaineering drama Touching the Void is adapted for the stage
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From Ian McKellen sharing anecdotes from his life in the spotlight to Michelle Obama discussing her book Becoming, we've rounded up the most exciting London talks to book now
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Playwright Jack Thorne and director John Tiffany return to the Royal Court with a new play capturing the comedy and tension of a family reunion
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From climbing Kilimanjaro to swimming with polar bears, we round up the best sport challenges for an ultimate fitness bucket list
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The new Secret Cinema immersive experience has been revealed. In collaboration with Netflix, be ready to plunge into the scary, funny, and nostalgic world of Stranger Things
New York-born women’s club The Wing opens in London, offering co-working spaces, female-led events and parent-friendly initiatives
Kickstart imaginations with these immersive experiences for kids in London
A mysterious billboard signals Hilary Mantel's long-awaited end to the Tudor trilogy. The Mirror and the Light publication date has been confirmed.
From the finale that’s been 10 years in the making to the bright young writers causing a buzz, these are the nine books we are most excited about in 2019
All aboard the DeLorean!The long-awaited Back to the Future musical will come to London in 2020
Our pick of the best London pedicures to get you summer ready
Festival outfit ideas to unleash your inner wild child - from hiking boots to show-stopping sparkles
Here's where to find the famous actors: London theatre 2019 is aglow with stars including John Malkovich, Claire Foy and Hugh Jackman
In a special Q&A for BBC Two's Summer of Rockets, Stephen Poliakoff describes how real-life elements formed the basis for his new and enticing cold war drama
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From the furiously anticipated Game of Thrones finale to the new Netflix drama What/If with Renée Zellweger, this week in TV is a period of dark strategy
A new play from David Mamet: Bitter Wheat brings the origin of #MeToo to the stage as John Malkovich plays Harvey Weinstein