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Sam (Jude Law) spends yet another day on Osea Island, learning more about its folklore and becoming closer with anthropologist Jess (Katherine Waterston)
Following its six-month slumber, the West End is reopening several of its best-loved shows this autumn. Here’s what you can watch over the next few months
From Millie Bobby Brown playing Sherlock's sister in Enola Holmes to the remake of cult conspiracy thriller Utopia, starring John Cusack, this week in TV has fun for all tastes
Boasting big names like Steve McQueen, Spike Lee, David Byrne and Frances McDormand, this looks to be another cracking LFF – even with the Covid-19 restrictions
Suffragette director Sarah Gavron turns to London teenage girls for her new film, the product of extensive workshops: showing a truthful, joyful reality
In this new BBC adaptation of David Nicholls' Us, Tom Hollander stars as a pedantic biochemist who hopes to fix his family relationships with a trip across Europe
Pushing four new suspects into Criminal's snazzy interrogation room, this season stars Kit Harington, Sharon Horgan, Sophie Okonedo and Kunal Nayyar
In a strange and elusive collaboration between Sky and Punchdrunk, The Third Day stars Jude Law as a reluctant visitor to a mysterious island off the British coast
The show will go on as theatres introduce digital viewing options to bring the drama directly to you during social isolation
Stock up on seasonal veg and get Halloween-ready with our roundup of the best pumpkin patches near London
In a Nutshell, presented by Ben Duke's Lost Dog, imagines a world where theatres will never open again, and can be streamed from The Place Online
In this new ITV period drama from the Oscar-winning Christopher Hampton, David Morrissey stars as a rubber baron in Singapore during the Second World War
In Katherine Ryan's semi-autobiographical sitcom about single motherhood, her alter-ego Katherine is desperate for a second child after the first one, Olive (Katy Byrne), turned out so well
Kick-start a health and wellness routine this autumn and enjoy a new zest for life
We round up the most mind-boggling and fully immersive escape room games London has to offer
From the chance to party with the Devil to new offerings from Funicular Productions and Secret Cinema, here are the best immersive experiences London 2020 has to offer
Two months of live music performed by leading artists. Listen in person, or be part of the online audience.
New English Ballet Theatre's homage to ballet pioneer Marie Rambert, Remembrance, will be available on film this autumn
Stellan Skarsgård and Harvey Keitel star in Václav Marhoul's The Painted Bird, a Jobian odyssey across eastern Europe during the Nazi occupation
From Italy to Arrakis, Timothée Chalamet shoots for the cosmos alongside a mighty ensemble cast in Denis Villeneuve's Dune remake
Frances McDormand, Helen Mirren and Vanessa Kirby all star in this year's line-up for the Venice Film Festival. Here's our list of five films we're excited about
Rambert are collaborating with the Belgian choreographer Wim Vandekeybus to create Draw from Within, an exciting real-time live-streamed event
After months of delays, Disney's live-action remake of Mulan, the most expensive film ever to be directed by a female filmmake, has finally come to Disney+
In Lethal White, the third series of Strike, private investigators Cormoran (Tom Burke) and Robin (Holliday Grainger) get wrapped in a complex family conflict wrapped in political division
Whether you like your coffee slow-dripped, ice cold or pink and pretty for Instagram (yes, really), here are the London coffee shops worth visiting
In Charlie Kaufman's new Netflix movie, Jake (Jesse Plemons) and his girlfriend (Jessie Buckley) visit his parents (David Thewlis and Toni Collette). But his girlfriend is having doubts...
From John Boyega fighting systemic racism in Steve McQueen's Small Axe to Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant recovering from scandal in The Undoing, here's the best of autumn TV
In this anthology series from Widows director Steve McQueen, Small Axe tells five stories set within London's West Indian community. John Boyega and Letitia Wright star
The Crown season 4 looks like the most exciting season so far: starring Gillian Anderson as Iron Lady Margaret Thatcher and Emma Corrin as Lady Diana Spencer
After a wise postponement to autumn, No Time to Die is coming mid-November with a slew of excellent stars including Daniel Craig, Léa Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, and Ana de Armas
Big Mamma, the restaurant group behind Gloria and Circolo Popolare, is opening a new London restaurant in Covent Garden
France's Oscar entry, directed by Ladj Ly, frames a modern-day conflict exposing police brutality and warring communities in Paris – a far cry from the hit musical