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From Holocaust drama One Life starring Anthony Hopkins to Pixar's return to consciousness in Inside Out 2 with Maya Hawke, here are the best films coming in 2024
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From Jodie Foster starring in True Detective: Night Country to Nicola Coughlan returning for Bridgerton season 3, here are some of the best TV shows coming in 2024
From Woody Harrelson on stage to a designer pop-up in aid of charity and the bakery collaboration of dreams, here's what not to miss
Tyrell Williams’ exceptional play about the relationship between three boys and their south London football pitch transfers to the West End
Matthew Dunster's take on Harold Pinter's 1965 classic The Homecoming wears its darkness on its sleeve and is deeply unsettling
For Lightroom, Tom Hanks revisits the human-crewed missions to the moon on a grand scale. It is a feast for the eyes and may inspire generations to come.
December means Nutcracker and more
From Suranne Jones' return in BBC detective thriller Vigil to the new Famous Five TV adaptation starring Jack Gleeson, this week's TV embarks on many adventures
From the final season of The Crown with Imelda Staunton to the latest BBC Agatha Christie adaptation Murder is Easy starring David Jonsson, here's our Christmas TV 2023 guide
Harvey Nichols has everything for everyone on your list.
Inspiring gifts for your friends and your family
In her latest marvel for the National Theatre, Pulitzer-winning playwright Annie Baker explores the pains and longings of women holed up at a detox clinic
Following its premiere at the Almeida, Sam Holcroft’s play A Mirror, about the tension of staging forbidden theatre in a totalitarian state, transfers to the West End
We round up our favourite pieces for party season, from rhinestone long skirts to glittering eyes and chunky, comfy heels
From the psychosexual Ottessa Moshfegh adaptation Eileen starring Anne Hathaway to Bradley Cooper's spirited Leonard Bernstein drama Maestro with Carey Mulligan, here are the films in cinemas this weekend
ENB's Sangeun Lee and Gareth Haw: profound artistry and magic
Harriet Walter is fittingly terrifying in Alice Birch and Rebecca Frecknall's revival of suffocating family drama The House of Bernarda Alba
In the candlelit confines of the Sam Wanamaker playhouse, the plight of the living in Ibsen’s Ghosts is current and oppressive
A selection of clean-burning festive candles
Powerful and poetic: book now for For Black Boys Who Have Considered Suicide When the Hue Gets Too Heavy on the West End
From pine to berries, eucalyptus to orange slices, we round up 2023's most enchanting Christmas wreaths for your home
Secret Cinema returns to London with Wishmas: a Yuletide immersive experience promising family-friendly, sugar-coated escapism
Lucy Kirkwood, Dave Malloy and Lyndsey Turner turn The Witches into a please-all musical with memorable songs, exceptional performances and clever magic
Your ultimate guide to Black Friday 2023, featuring MatchesFashion, Sweaty Betty, Soho Home and many more.
Following his success with A Star is Born, Bradley Cooper returns to direct another music movie – this time examining the legendary Leonard Bernstein. Also stars Carey Mulligan
Our gift edit for your friends and family
Fleabag meets Baby Reindeer in Marcelo Dos Santos’s intense and brilliant one-man play about a gay comedian navigating romance and existential dread
The sixth and final season of The Crown opens with four episodes devoted to the weeks preceding Princess Diana's death, with Elizabeth Debicki returning as the ill-fated former royal
AW24 makeup trends: colours, texture, tips and tricks
What are the best art exhibitions in London now? This month starts with David Hockney!
The new film from Promising Young Woman director Emerald Fennell is a dark, gothic and erotic drama set in an English country house. Stars Barry Keoghan and Jacob Elordi