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From Helena Bonham Carter portraying Noele Gordon in Nolly (ITVX) to Pamela Anderson baring all in Pamela, a love story (Netflix), this week in TV spills with brilliant, slighted women
In Broken Chord South African dancer and choreographer Gregory Maqoma brings a little known slice of South African history to Sadler's Wells
Ancient works in exciting hands, West End transfers for winning productions and new writing in major venues are among February's theatre offerings
Highly-praised film Tár has put women conductors into the spotlight. Here are just a few, at work in London shortly. Make a date, and maybe take a daughter too...
Season four of Jesse Armstrong's Emmy-winning corporate family drama comes to Sky Atlantic and NOW in March. Brian Cox, Jeremy Strong and Alexander Skarsgard return
Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert's multiversal sci-fi comedy, starring Michelle Yeoh and Jamie Lee Curtis, gathered the most Oscar nominations this year. Here's our take on the whole selection
Director Lindsay Posner takes on Michael Frayn’s superlatively funny farce (again!), fronting it with screen stars Felicity Kendal, Matthew Kelly and Tracy-Ann Oberman
From Steven Spielberg's new movie The Fabelmans starring Michelle Williams to the Nan Goldin documentary All the Beauty and the Bloodshed, here are the films in cinemas this weekend
In Laura Poitras' Oscar-nominated documentary, Nan Goldin battles against big pharma and the Sackler family while examining her own upsetting background
Quirky date ideas for a London Valentine's Day with a difference
Drama and comedy at the opera, music for children, and Paris in song
Tickets for The Royal Ballet's Spring period are now on sale. Whether it's Ashton's Cinderella or a new Wayne McGregor, fascinating works are on offer
This latest Steven Spielberg movie is a semi-autobiographical drama about a teenager's passion for filmmaking. Stars Paul Dano, Michelle Williams and Seth Rogen
Feeling the pinch? SOLT’s head of marketing Emma De Souza on pocket-friendly hacks for seeing more theatre
Follow the stars, and look out that neglected fiddle or flute, and help kickstart a young person's musical education
Prior to season 3, the Bridgerton prequel spin-off Queen Charlotte is coming to the shelves of Netflix. Stars India Ria Amarteifio and Golda Rosheuvel
Join New Yorkers in the best seats in the house for a season of global live opera relays, featuring world-class singers
Stravinsky's timeless The Rite of Spring gets a South Indian makeover in Seeta Patel's bharatanatyam fusion of East and West
Writer/director Damien Chazelle returns with an orgiastic appreciation of hedonistic Hollywood during the Roaring Twenties, starring Margot Robbie, Brad Pitt, and Diego Calva
Rebecca Frecknall masters another Tennessee Williams revival. A Streetcar Named Desire hits all the right beats with the help of its leads Patsy Ferran and Paul Mescal
Cate Blanchett and Noémie Merlant star in this fervently fascinating character drama from Todd Field, in which the sins of an esteemed and domineering composer come back to haunt her
Looking to commemorate the Lunar New Year? London is offering a host of colourful, educational and tasty ways to celebrate
Dry January doesn't have to be dull. Wean yourself off the wine, vanquish the vodka and banish the beer with inventive mocktails
It's a bumper month for London theatre, with farces through to gory tragedies offering thrilling entertainment for just about everybody. Here are 11 highlights not to miss
VAULT Festival makes its post-pandemic comeback, staging 500 cutting-edge productions in the dimly lit tunnels beneath Waterloo Station and launching a new venue
Banish the winter blues with thrilling dance
The Royal Opera House adds three key works from The Royal Ballet repertoire to its Stream option
Prepare for many helpings of Margot Robbie: from Damien Chazelle's classic Hollywood epic Babylon to Greta Gerwig's live-action Barbie movie, here are the 2023 films we're excited to see
From the televisual union of Matthew Macfadyen and Keeley Hawes in Stonehouse to the excited, wealthy return of Succession with Brian Cox, here's the best TV 2023 has to offer
From the anxiety-inducing culinary drama The Bear starring Jeremy Allen White to the Korean family saga Pachinko with Youn Yuh-jung, here are the best TV shows of 2022
From a chance to sample the flavours of Palestine in Notting Hill, to a culinary trip to the French Riviera via Mayfair, here are 2023’s biggest restaurant openings
From Paul Verhoeven's erotic religious drama Benedetta to Luca Guadagnino's cannibal romance Bones and All starring Timothée Chalamet, here are the best films of 2022 (UK release dates)