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From the one perched on a coastal clifftop to the one that dates back to the Roman Empire, these outdoor venues are saving the UK’s crippled theatre scene
Phoebe Waller-Bridge joins the cast for His Dark Materials season 2, in which Lyra (Dafne Keen) crosses the bridge between dimensions and finally meets Will (Amir Wilson)
Not risking a trip abroad this summer? No problem: these restaurants recapture that holiday appetite, transporting diners further afield via their taste buds
In this new BBC adaptation of Nancy Mitford's The Pursuit of Love, Lily James stars as an upper-class woman engrossed in ideas of love, sex and marriage
After months of closure, galleries, museums and family attractions are tentatively reopening. Here’s when you can next visit London's top cultural institutions
From the bizarre eroticism of Little Birds, starring Juno Temple, to the state of American detention centres in Immigration Nation, this week in TV blends both real and surreal
Subscription boxes inspire and educate. They're also a treat for kids and are especially handy for parents looking to support and entertain their children
A deeply engaging piece of dance-theatre, Akademi's The Troth commemorates the contribution of Indian soldiers to WWI and will soon be available online
Ralph Fiennes to portray playwright David Hare in new autobiographical play about coping with Covid-19
From a more sceptical look at wellness trends in Un(Well) to the adventures of the Fab Four in Sex and the City 2, Netflix in August is appealing and eclectic
London sample sales to add to your diary: August 2020 brings a one-of-a-kind archive from a London design legend
In the latest BBC film from Jimmy McGovern, Anthony is a metafictional examination of Anthony Walker, a teenager murdered in 2005 for being black
The BBC's Imagine stable comes up close and personal with hip-hop choreographer Kate Prince, as she develops her hit show Message in a Bottle
With no school on the horizon for many children, online tutoring is no longer just a London phenomenon, it's now essential to help harried parents across the globe
From washing hacks to chic travel cases, here's how to care for your face mask, keeping it fresh and clean between uses
The show will go on as theatres introduce digital viewing options to bring the drama directly to you during social isolation
Plays, concerts and world-class dance can all be enjoyed online if you know where to look. Here, we bring you day-by-day culture to stream in self-isolation
The loosely autobiographical novel by Caitlin Moran finds its way to Amazon Prime Video, telling the story of a headstrong teen girl (Beanie Feldstein) looking for a bigger future
The BBC broadcasts a mouthwatering selection of dance programmes throughout 2020, the perfect entertainment for those long evenings at home
New-look Proms will revisit the best of festivals past and end with live music-making – including a healing Last Night of the Proms
With outdoor markets reopening, we reflect on our favourites across the city. From Borough to Brockley via King's Cross and Camden, find street food galore this summer
English National Ballet streams Cinderella Games, a ground-breaking short film inspired by Christopher Wheeldon’s Cinderella
With the city hotting up once more, here's where to find the best ice cream in London
You don’t have to leave the country to enjoy a city break or seaside escape. Here are the day trips from London you can still take this summer
Based on the Philip Roth novel, this series examines an alternative 1940 where the antisemitic populist Charles Lindbergh becomes president. Zoe Kazan, Winona Ryder and John Turturro star
In the final episodes of I May Destroy You, Michaela Coel examines a mind-bending, torturous journey into empathy, understanding, and acceptance
Undaunted by the strictures of lockdown, English National Ballet School went ahead with its annual graduates showcase by means of a Virtual Summer Performance
Ballet and opera from the Royal Opera House will be available to view in drive-in cinemas around the UK this summer
A man leaves his heart in San Francisco in The Last Black Man in San Francisco, Joe Talbot's emotional debut exploring the homes we leave behind
Live music returns to Glyndebourne with a mini-festival of orchestral pieces and opera, an Offenbach comedy at its heart. And an important new fund helps rising artists
Vast and spacious, these are London's best pub gardens boasting plenty of green space, secluded booths and stellar menus
In Bad Education, Hugh Jackman plays Frank Tassone, a real superintendent who caused outrage when he embezzled money from his school and kept it for himself