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Female filmmakers are paving the way for an exciting future in the entertainment industry. From biopics to blockbusters, women are taking the reigns in 2019
The historic 1970 Miss World pageant comes to the big screen, starring Keira Knightley, Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Suki Waterhouse, Jessie Buckley, Lesley Manville
Eva Green suits up in an astronaut drama with a twist. Proxima sees Belgian director Alice Winocour reach for the stars
Black Widow has often stayed on the sidelines. Cate Shortland directs the standalone prequel starring Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, Rachel Weisz and David Harbour
Forget the tree, forget the parties, forget the dinner – Christmas TV is the most important present of all. From A Christmas Carol to Gavin & Stacey, here's what's coming
Killing Eve showrunner Emerald Fennell makes her directorial debut with Promising Young Woman, a wry revenge thriller starring Carey Mulligan
From Beauty and the Beast to Murder on the Orient Express, Christmas movies are coming up thick and fast. Here's how, when, and what to watch this season
Academy Award winner Jennifer Hudson stars as the legendary soul singer Aretha Franklin in an upcoming biopic in 2020
Lin-Manuel Miranda earned Tony awards for In the Heights as well as Hamilton – now his story of a tight-knit latino community comes to the big screen
Amy Adams stars in adaptation of bestselling book The Woman in the Window. But following a revelatory profile in the New Yorker, Dan Mallory, the author, is in the limelight
With a cast including John David Washington, Robert Pattinson and Elizabeth Debicki, Christopher Nolan's next thriller Tenet isn't just for action addicts
By CHLOE. brings the vegan revolution to London, with four chic cafes serving plant-based alternatives to fast food favourites
English National Opera got back on its feet, the Proms went from strength to strength, and the Royal Opera House season grew and grew
Inspired by a remarkable true story, this subversive play explores cultural appropriation and imperialism in 1862 and the present
Roger Allam and Colin Morgan star in Caryl Churchill's intruiging clone drama in a revival of A Number at Bridge Theatre
Nora Ephron's 1993 rom-com comes to life in a new musical adaptation of Sleepless in Seattle
Tom Hooper's film makeover of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats goes all out in its casting: Taylor Swift, James Corden and more are on board
Photographer Autumn de Wilde makes her directorial debut with a new take on Jane Austen's Emma with Anya Taylor-Joy, Mia Goth, Bill Nighy and more
From experiential slime to colour-in walls, these are the amazing kids' activities and immersive pop-ups to check out across the pond (and eagerly await in London)
A new exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery will explore the portraits taken by photographer Cecil Beaton
The swinging romance of summer 1963 gears up to get London audiences dancing in July 2020
We round up the most mind-boggling and fully immersive escape room games London has to offer
One of the most exciting exponents of contemporary dance theatre, Mark Bruce Company, bring their new work Return to Heaven to Wilton’s Music Hall
In Swive, playwright Ella Hickson explores the relationship between sex and power in Elizabeth I's reign
Make the most of autumn with hidden supper clubs, niche bars and unlikely partnerships. Here are the London pop-ups worth catching before they vanish
From Miracle on 34th Street to Deck the Halls, Netflix and Amazon Prime are full of Christmas treats. Have yourself a Merry little Christmas with our top picks
It’s up to the audience to save the planet in a new immersive experience: Doctor Who Time Fracture
A modern myth from the mind of Neil Gaiman comes to life on stage at the National Theatre in magical new show
Tablescaping is the art form of beautifully arranging your table setting - for a dinner party, a wedding, and everything in between. Here's what you need to know
In February Cerith Wyn Evans will hold a gallery-wide exhibition that promises to light up White Cube
Playwright Inua Ellams re-imagines Chekhov's Three Sisters against the backdrop of Nigeria's Biafran War
Bijan Sheibani's production of 50s play A Taste of Honey brings the spirit of working class Salford to the West End