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Celebrate the city's hidden supper clubs, niche bars and unlikely partnerships. Here are the London pop-ups worth catching before they vanish
Amy Adams makes her West End debut in Tennessee Williams’s The Glass Menagerie. Jeremy Herrin directs the production from new company Second Half Productions
Dance and physical comedy duo New Art Club bring their latest show, Cupid's Revenge, to The Place this autumn
From the retro class taking gym-goers back to the 80s to workouts on wheels and studio singles’ nights, meet the new breed of gym classes storming London’s fitness scene
A thrilling combination of circus and dance, Motionhouse's Nobody kicks off a major international tour at the Peacock Theatre
From the eagerly awaited return of Sex Education to the glamorous newsroom drama The Morning Show with Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon, this week in TV elevates many underseen truths
Laurie Nunn's sex-positive sitcom finally returns to Netflix, with returning performances from Asa Butterfield, Gillian Anderson, Emma Mackey and Ncuti Gatwa. Jason Isaac also stars
From Succession to Spencer, this year's London Film Festival is bursting at the seams with excellent titles – including 19 World Premieres
Colin Farrell stars in this chilly five-part period drama by Andrew Haigh, following a whaling vessel in 1859. Jack O'Connell, Stephen Graham and Tom Courtenay also star
James Cousins Company's We Are as Gods is an immersive multi-disciplinary performance coming to a variety of spaces in the Battersea Arts Centre
Jessie Buckley and Eddie Redmayne star in director Rebecca Frecknall’s revival of Cabaret, staged inside an intimate reconstruction of the musical’s Kit Kat Club
Korean Dance returns to The Place for its annual Festival, which is back on stage after last year's virtual edition
The third film from Irish director Phyllida Lloyd (Mamma Mia!), Herself examines the best and worst in humanity as abused, working-class mum Sandra (Clare Dunne) builds herself a house
The Dan Daw Show is an uncompromising examination of the intersection between disability and queerness
Punchdrunk’s Felix Barrett and Maxine Doyle on the company’s major new London show, The Burnt City, an immersive extravaganza based on the fall of Troy
From the musical Annette, starring Adam Driver, to the latest Marvel movie Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, here are the best films in cinemas this weekend
A seven-part BBC adaptation of Dolly Alderton's bestselling memoir Everything I Know About Love is on the way. It stars Emma Appleton and Bel Powley
Adam Driver, Marion Cotillard, and Simon Helberg star in this phantasmagoric, Sparks-written movie musical, directed by Leos Carax
From the lauded fish restaurant launching an immersive chef’s table to industry leaders pivoting in exciting, new directions, September's hottest restaurant openings
Ida Rubinstein: The Final Act celebrates the early 20th-century dancer, actress and patron of the arts, who became a scandalous figure in Belle Époque Paris
From the long-anticipated third season of Sex Education to horror filmmaker Mike Flanagan's new limited series Midnight Mass, Netflix in September veers between comedy and terror
From Saoirse Ronan playing Lady Macbeth at the Almeida to West End transfers for two of Broadway's hottest musicals, the best new plays to see in London this autumn
In this new three-part ITV drama, writers Frank and Joe Cottrell-Boyce examine the Stephen Lawrence case when it was reopened in 2006. Steve Coogan stars
Suranne Jones and Rose Leslie star in this new BBC conspiracy thriller centred on the politically contentious nuclear submarine Trident, or HMS Vigil
A new pocket of Princess Diana's life will be explored courtesy of Kristen Stewart, in a new film by Pablo Larraín
Rambert's latest livest livestream, Note to Self, is an ode to human memory created by director Benoit Swan Pouffer for the junior company, Rambert2
From Poussin's orgies of dance and revelry at the National Gallery to the beguiling drawings of Hokusai at the British Museum, here are the shows to see this autumn
From The Morning Show with Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon to The North Water with Colin Farrell, here are the best shows coming in September
The musical year begins this month, and in spectacular style. Three new principal conductors, fresh productions of favourite operas and other neglected works revived
From the new Sparks musical Annette, starring Adam Driver, to the thrice-delayed Bond movie No Time To Die with Daniel Craig, here's a list of great films coming in September
The ultimate children's storybook on stage has all our favourite characters, brought together for a Christmas family show
An opera inspired by a classic novel joins the repertoire at London's own country house opera