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Scottish Ballet make their Royal Opera House debut at the Linbury Theatre with This Is My Body, a double bill that showcases the company’s considerable strengths
The millennial romance Normal People, Sally Rooney's second novel, is being adapted for a BBC Three series directed by Lenny Abrahamson. Now, a new trailer has arrived
Dirty Dancing, The Greatest Showman, The Sound of Music and more: every sing-along to know about in London this year
Terrence Malick returns with A Hidden Life, an achingly beautiful blend of true events and meditative romance
Get up close and personal with beasts from 252 million years ago - the precursors to dinosaurs - in this new interactive exhibition at the Horniman
Spot the future stars of contemporary dance in Transitions Dance Company, the graduate ensemble of the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance
The UK's fastest-growing arts extravaganza, VAULT Festival, returns for 2020 with underground parties, comedy and theatre
We chat with Asa Butterfield, Emma Mackey, et al., from Sex Education season 2 - covering awkward sex scenes, intimacy co-ordinators, and toxic masculinity
80s sci-fi, Disney musicals or rom-com classics: the hit films adapted for the London stage
London sample sales to add to your diary:
A magical new way to get into the music of Beethoven in an important year
ALMA Deli is Belgravia's one-stop spot for kid-friendly activities and healthy eating, with plant-based cooking, crystal and science labs, yoga, singing bowls and much more.
Looking to experience Chinese New Year? London offers a host of colourful, informative and downright tasty ways to celebrate
Stationery stores appeal to all ages, and London's coolest offerings are sure to inspire your inner creative
From Parasite to 1917 – we round up what will win, and what should win at the 2020 Oscars
Eataly London – the UK’s first branch of the largest Italian marketplace in the world – offers market-style shops, restaurants and an Italian cooking school
The story that unfolded behind closed doors is the subject of Bombshell starring Charlize Theron and Nicole Kidman as the biggest names in right-wing news
From the return of the raunchy, hilarious Netflix comedy Sex Education to the scary adaptation of Stephen King's 2018 novel The Outsider, this week in TV has a heart-racing selection
In season 2, Otis (Asa Butterfield) enjoys his new-found sex drive, Maeve (Emma Mackey) receives a visit from her recovering mother, and Moordale School is infected with chlamydia
Boasting a heavenly cast with David Tennant, Michael Sheen, Jon Hamm, Frances McDormand, and Benedict Cumberbatch, Good Omens can't be missed
The iconoclastic Irish dance-maker Michael Keegan-Dolan makes a much anticipated return to Sadler’s Wells with his new work MÁM, a highlight of the latest Dublin Theatre Festival
The hot culinary openings for 2020 embrace the whole of the capital from South Kensington and Fitzrovia to Tottenham
Paolo Sorrentino's The New Pope sees Pope Pius XIII (Jude Law) in a coma, and the Vatican scrabbles to find a new supreme pontiff. Is John Malkovich the answer?
Quirky date ideas for a London Valentine's Day with a difference
This week in cinemas, men go to war. George MacKay, Dean-Charles Chapman, Adam Sandler, Taika Waititi and Roman Griffin Davis star in this week's new movies
The actor du jour lines up his latest star-studded role, as Timothée Chalamet is Bob Dylan in James Mangold's new biopic, Going Electric
Filmmaking duo Josh and Benny Safdie sink into the criminal underground once more after Good Time with a high-stakes thriller set in New York's diamond district
Holly Blakey’s Cowpuncher My Ass, a post-punk deconstruction of Western movies dressed by the Vivienne Westwood House, comes to the Southbank’s Queen Elizabeth Hall
With a new year to get excited for, it's time to plan which foreign-language films to watch across the next months. Here are the titles to keep on your radar
Taika Waititi, George MacKay, Terrence Malick, Dev Patel, Tilda Swinton, Tom Hanks, Marielle Heller, Robert Pattinson – all the stars are coming out to shine this month in cinemas
In this new Channel 4 mystery drama, Dr Tom Kendrick (David Tennant) has his life turned upside down when tragedy strikes a small community in Scotland