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After an overnight sensation at the Royal Opera House, the tenor talks about instant fame, his love of theatre and getting children into opera
Stand-out dishes? Check. Exceptional service? Check. Alluring, buzzy atmosphere? Check, check, check. Here are CW’s favourite restaurants and why we love them
Jessie Buckley and Eddie Redmayne star in Rebecca Frecknall’s superb revival of Cabaret, staged inside an intimate reconstruction of the musical’s Kit Kat Club
Flavours of the Middle East and Mediterranean dominate the best new restaurants opening in London this December
From the satire Don't Look Up with Leonardo DiCaprio and Meryl Streep to the return of Emily in Paris with Lily Collins, Netflix in December provides a sumptuous holiday feast
From Aaron Sorkin's new biopic Being the Ricardos with Nicole Kidman to Maggie Gyllenhaal's directorial debut The Lost Daughter starring Olivia Colman, here are the best films coming in December
Messiah makes an impact however it is sung. But what's so special about an oratorio written in a rush and using recycled material? Claudia Pritchard explains
From the imprisoned return of zoo owner Joe Exotic in Tiger King 2 to the rural delights of Greta Gerwig's Little Women, Netflix in November has many American gems
From Jessie Buckley and Eddie Redmayne on stage in Cabaret to Ralph Fiennes’ take on TS Eliot’s Four Quartets, the best new plays to see in London
From the RRS Sir David Attenborough docking in Greenwich to an awareness-raising sleep-out, we round up the Cop26 side events happening in London
From a visitable site for The Barbary’s lockdown meal kit concept to a bricks-and-mortar home for a celebrated Italian pop-up, the new restaurants to dine at this autumn
From Saint Maud to Squid Game, here's a list of the best horror movies and TV shows to stream this Halloween on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video
With more and more people swerving the shops in a bid to help the climate crisis, we round up the best vintage fashion markets London has to offer
The phenomenon of Hwang Dong-hyuk's bombastic and resonant K-drama came as a sudden culture shock. But why has it become so popular?
From the unexpectedly popular Squid Game to the undead, medieval horrors of Kingdom, here are six K-dramas to keep on your radar
We round up the latest wellness trends that will help to keep you zinging with energy as the days get colder and shorter
Get closer to some of the most famous faces on the planet by visiting these London pubs and bars run by celebrities
A celebrity-run wine bar, a scenic rooftop and a community-focused taproom are among the best new bars to drink at in 2021
From Ava DuVernay's new coming-of-age biopic Colin in Black and White to the Chanel-smothered teen classic Clueless, Netflix in October slaloms between the serious and the silly
Move over crazy golf, these new hubs for gaming and entertainment are fusing technology with sports and board games to create original experiences for active socialising
With the amenities of a boutique hotel and the camaraderie of uni, it's no wonder co-living is appealing. These shared living spaces in London offer renters something new
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
From Succession to Spencer, this year's London Film Festival is bursting at the seams with excellent titles – including 19 World Premieres
From the lauded fish restaurant launching an immersive chef’s table to industry leaders pivoting in exciting, new directions, September's hottest restaurant openings
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 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