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Oh what a beautiful opera house... Oklahoma! opens the season, plus a Verdi spectacle and Gounod's response to Shakespeare
Complete with vintage cars, a rooster or two, and fish 'n chips
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French masterpiece meets quintessentially British as the National Theatre stage a play by Eugène Ionesco. Here's everything you need to know about the pioneering playwright
Call us CumberBitches / CumberPeople / members of the CumberCollective – we've done a recce and these are our favourite Cumberbatch moments through the ages
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The British supermodel launches her own beauty brand and ups the ante in the beauty blogasphere
A-list actors, magical musicals and tremendous transfers, make for a sizzling month of theatre
Diptyque's new product is a win for scent-loving Rapunzelites
Summer music starts with Opera Holland Park's four striking productions, beginning with Verdi's great La Traviata
The soprano made opera-lovers sit up at Opera Holland Park last year, and she's back for a top Verdi role
Kaleidoscope brights, Old Hollywood glamour and nautical nostalgia
We're not even half way through, and 2018's TV has been some of the best ever. Here are the best TV shows of 2018, and how to watch them
A new month means new Netflix goodies: June brings your next binge-watch series, comedy and drama to watch
Post-truth politics, zeitgesty comedy and haunting drama: three premieres come to the Hampstead Theatre 2018
The bride was aglow on her wedding day, now you can get the exact foundation Meghan Markle's makeup artist used
A merry widow, the women of Whitechapel and lovers happy and unhappy are at the heart of new productions
Have as much fun as humanly possible during the May half term holidays 2018 with our round-up of everything to do with kids in London
In celebration of London Craft Week 2018, we've scouted out the female artists, designers and makers you should have on your radar
Composer of film, TV soundtracks and concert works talks to Claudia Pritchard about music in schools, a brand new work, and the cost to creativity of leaving the EU
Here's what you'll be watching next: the buzziest and best films that screened at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival
As The Handmaid's Tale season two and Hugh Grant's juicy new BBC drama hit screens at the same time this weekend, we weigh up which to watch first
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