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Following the triumphant Can You Ever Forgive Me?, director Marielle Heller returns to tell the story of beloved children's entertainer Fred Rogers
The Italian director on discovering opera, slipping on banana skins and introducing children to the best
In BBC Two's The Name of the Rose, John Turturro stars as Guglielmo da Baskerville, a 14th-century Franciscan friar who investigates a series of murders in an isolated monastery
The Crown's leading duo star in Lungs by Duncan Macmillan, an emotional environmental rollercoaster that feels tailor-made for the present moment
Bijan Sheibani's production of 50s play A Taste of Honey comes to the West End after impressing on a National Tour
Star Wars stalwart Rian Johnson gives the murder mystery genre a fresh spin thanks to an all-star cast. Daniel Craig, Jamie Lee Curtis, and Chris Evans star
Chris Morris's second film delves into a specialist department of the FBI that jails terror suspects on circumstantial evidence, but has many laughs on the way. Anna Kendrick stars
Emma Corrin will join Olivia Colman and Helena Bonham Carter as Diana in The Crown season three
Vardo in Chelsea is the latest opening from the team behind restaurant mini-chain Caravan
For a thrilling and original way to celebrate Halloween, don’t miss Northern Ballet’s Dracula, relayed live to a cinema near you on 31 October
Come aboard the Cutty Sark for an immersive murder mystery experience this Halloween
In his follow up to Thor: Ragnarok, Taika Waititi brings his trademark wit to Nazi Germany: playing a little boy's imaginary friend – Adolf Hitler
Acosta Danza, the Cuban troupe created by the former Royal Ballet star dancer Carlos Acosta, takes up a 10-day residency at the Linbury Theatre
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
After dazzling in 1996, Robert Lepage's seven-hour, multi-lingual epic exploring the effects of the nuclear bomb on Hiroshima is back
Get closer to some of the most famous faces on the planet by visiting these London pubs and bars run by celebrities
In the final episode of A Confession, former Det Supt Steve Fulcher (Martin Freeman) returns to testify against Christopher Halliwell (Joe Absolom) again
It's a helter-skelter ride in music for Lewis Carroll's Alice with Gerald Barry's breakneck opera based on adventures down the rabbit hole
Dulwich Picture Gallery is to present 35 of Rembrandt's paintings in an exhibition exploring his inimitable rendering of light
From helping convert buses into homeless shelters to teaching disadvantaged children how to read, these London volunteering schemes are looking for your help
London wine bars are having a moment. From New Zealand Wine Cellar's Melanie Brown opening The Laundry to the team behind Wilton's raising a glass with new bar Locket's
From cult spinning classes to cat cafés, we round up the London wellness events to nourish your mind, body and soul
The hit Netflix sci-fi horror series Stranger Things is coming back for another season. And the recent announcement trailer goes beyond Hawkins, Indiana...
In this new biopic of American actor Jean Seberg (Kristen Stewart), director Benedict Andrews examines her tumultuous involvement with an invasive FBI operation
In The Report, Adam Driver stars as Senate investigator Daniel J Jones, who uncovered the unlawful torture of terrorist suspects in the wake of 9/11
Damien Hirst's Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable come to Claridges
The touring Vagina Museum gets a permanent home in London’s Camden Market this autumn. Expect vulva-shaped artworks and talks on body positivity
Armando Iannucci (The Death of Stalin) kicks off the 63rd BFI London Film Festival with a fresh retelling of Charles Dickens' David Copperfield
Director Roy Alexander Weise revives Athol Fugard's semi-autobiographical masterpiece about apartheid era South Africa with comedy and tragedy in miniature
Not only are these libraries open to the public, they’re feats of architecture housing swoon-worthy interiors. Better still, many of the most beautiful libraries are in Europe
In Catherine the Great, Helen Mirren stars as the famous (and infamous) empress of Russia. Many try to push her off the throne, but she's not having any of it
Father Christmas at the Royal Albert Hall could be the most exciting immersive Christmas grotto yet