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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
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Patty Jenkins directs the follow-up to Wonder Woman with a journey back to the Cold War in Wonder Woman 1984
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Disney gives Mulan, the tale of a Chinese heroine in disguise, the live-action remake treatment. The 2020 release will see a stellar cast tell a new story
In Honey Boy, Shia LaBeouf examines his traumatised childhood with an abusive father. Lucas Hedges and Noah Jupe star
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Lawrence Abu Hamdan, Helen Cammock, Oscar Murillo and Tai Shani have jointly been awarded this year's Turner Prize. Here’s everything you need to know
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Looking to venture beyond your usual watering hole? Try one of the exciting new bars London has to offer in 2019
The wonderful world of Renaissance artist Albrecht Durer will be brought to life through his travels across Europe in this major spring exhibition at the National Gallery
Combine festive cheer with art and culture with the best Christmas events at London's art and historical museums in 2019
From Noah Baumbach's heart-rending divorce tale Marriage Story to Ryan Reynolds battling bad guys in 6 Underground, Netflix in December is both intense and explosive
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From the screen at Selfridges to immersive wintry wonderlands, we round up the best Christmas film screenings London 2019 has to offer
The Culture Whisper team took part in a blind Christmas sandwich taste test. 2019 offers all the classics and some welcome surprises – here's what we thought
From icy Narnia to the promise of a White Christmas, here's the best Christmas shows in London - which are still available to book
For a first glimpse of summer plan your nights at London's own country house opera, with much-loved operas by Tchaikovsky and Verdi, plus a comedy and a double-bill
Two short operas, by Delius and Puccini, in which the love of ordinary people is tested to breaking point
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