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Eddie Murphy looks to bring suave and heart to his portrayal of Blaxploitation star Rudy Ray Moore in Dolemite Is My Name
Politics and family secrets spark in Hansard, a new play starring two-time Olivier winners Alex Jennings and Lindsay Duncan
This Christmas, an animated caper unlike any other is coming to cinemas: there's a spy, there's a boy, but there's an astonishing scientific twist to change the game completely
A first-look at the luxury new season candles for Christmas, from fireside aromas to amber and crisp pine
The start of a new academic year also brings the beginning of a star-studded season of movies: awards contenders and family dramas abound in cinemas this September
BBC Two is set to air a 6-part series exploring the hidden world of the V&A in 2020
Famed auteurs make long awaited returns with love letters from Tarantino, Almodóvar and Del Toro – as well as Russian rock and pre-teen comedy, it's a heavyweight weekend in cinemas
Tony-winner Ben Platt plays an ambitious student who will do anything to become high school president in Ryan Murphy's new Netflix show
The latest Disney live-action remake stars Tessa Thompson and Justin Theroux, and also marks the launch of Disney +, a brand new streaming service
Too soon to think about Christmas theatre? 2019's best shows will sell out before the summer sun fades. Here's what to book now
Robert Icke's The Doctor, starring Juliet Stevenson, questions the role of our birth identity versus that which we forge for ourselves by choice
Drunken chaos is abound in this improvised take on A Christmas Carol under the influence
From Judy Garland to Marie Curie – true stories inspire great films. Here are the best movies based on real life events to look out for
In Hail Satan?, documentarian Penny Lane delves into the controversial religious group known as the Satanic Temple
An immersive exhibition of Steve McQueen's video work to go on display at Tate Modern in 2020
New cast, new stories, new name: here's everything we know so far about the new James Bond film coming next Spring
Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones reunite after The Theory of Everything for the high-flying adventure film The Aeronauts
A London area guide for visitors: from the neighbourhoods to visit to the areas to stay
Scotland’s premier contemporary dance company, Scottish Dance Theatre, brings a touch of club culture to The Place with a cutting edge double bill
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
Midge, Susie, Joel and the rest of the Maisel gang are back – news on season three of The Marvelous Maisel is finally on the horizon
Female filmmakers are paving the way for an exciting year in the entertainment industry. From biopics to blockbusters, women are taking the reigns in the new year
Bridesmaids director Paul Feig and Emma Thompson team up for the rom-com with a cast plucked straight from our Christmas wish-list including Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding
Catherine Deneueve and Juliette Binoche play a mother and daughter whose bond is tested in Hirokazu Kore-eda's follow-up to Shoplifters
Ady Suleiman, Bryony Gordon and Lost Lectures headline Emerge, London’s new ‘Lates’ festival
From open-air theatre to under-the-radar festivals, plan ahead for the August bank holiday weekend with our round-up of the best events to book now
The largest William Blake exhibition since 2001 brings together more than 300 of the artist's works
The ever exciting Tom Dale Company headlines Step Sonic, a varied programme of live sampled music and dance at The Place
Eclectic artist Ruby Sterling's latest show at Gagosian, Britannia Street
A gritty dance-theatre piece, Gary Clarke Company’s Wasteland marries the birth of the 'rave' counterculture and the death of industrial Britain, and is at Place in the autumn
From the dodgy dealings of Brummie gangster drama Peaky Blinders to the never-ending controversy of teen drama 13 Reasons Why, the biggest shows are making a comeback this week
An exhibition of outsider art run by the charity Outside In is going on display at Piano Nobile, Kings Place this October