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One of contemporary cinema's most exciting auteurs is back with a new title, and it's coming to London Film Festival. Here's what you need to know
In Shakespeare, Tolkien, Others & You, Sir Ian McKellen guides audiences through a retrospective of his 50-year career
Albert Oehlen's paintings are to go on display at the Serpentine Galleries in October
Pick and Cheese Covent Garden presents a world first: a cheese conveyor belt. For when a cheeseboard just won't cut it
Bohemian Rhapsody, The Greatest Showman, Rocketman and more: every sing-along to know about in London this year
There is something truly life-enhancing about dining surrounded by lush plants in a gorgeous garden.Note: restaurants prefer not to offer reservations in their first come, first seated Edens.
Maremma restaurant brings the Tuscan coast to Brixton. It also serves the best panzanella salad in London
Bored of the standard eggs benedict? Discover more unusual places for brunch in London, from extravagant dim sum to scandi rye bread
Tate Britain set to open an exhibition examining the British Baroque in February 2020
David Bowie's origin story is coming to the big screen in Stardust starring Johnny Flynn as the famed musician
The popular event for Friends fanatics is coming back with a special holiday edition this Christmas
From the gruelling, real-life events of Unbelievable starring Kaitlyn Dever to the moralistic farewell to The Good Place, Netflix in September escapes in fantasy and cuts with reality
The story that unfolded behind closed doors is the subject of Bombshell starring Charlize Theron and Nicole Kidman as the biggest names in right-wing news
To coincide with its exhibition Pre-Raphaelite Sisters, the National Gallery is staging a free show of Elizabeth Peyton's portraits
Greek mythology comes to the small screen as HBO adapts Madeline Miller's enchanting novel Circe into a TV show
Is our favourite pasta restaurant coming to Shoreditch? Padella take two rumours are rife
When a poet loses inspiration, he falls for a princess who inhabits a dark world, in Philip Glass's chamber opera
With Cannes behind us and the end of the year in sight, it's time to plan which foreign-language films to watch. Here are the titles to keep on your radar
London’s first Swiss-inspired restaurant Heritage is the place to head to enjoy sophisticated takes on fondue, raclette and rösti all year round
Eddie Murphy looks to bring suave and heart to his portrayal of Blaxploitation star Rudy Ray Moore in Dolemite Is My Name
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
BBC Two is set to air a 6-part series exploring the hidden world of the V&A in 2020
The latest Disney live-action remake stars Tessa Thompson and Justin Theroux, and also marks the launch of Disney +, a brand new streaming service
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
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