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Following the release of their newest album Father of The Bride, Vampire Weekend are celebrating with three dates in London this November
The Doctor stars Juliet Stevenson and is Robert Icke’s final production as associate director of the Almeida Theatre
Writer-director Lorene Scafaria turns to dark corners for her new movie starring Jennifer Lopez, Lili Reinhart, Keke Palmer, Lizzo and more
We round up central London's hidden gems for sunbathing, where you can almost strip down to your swimwear
If garage rock is your thing, look no further – Pete Doherty's new era with the Libertines brings a new tour to London this Autumn
The new ITV detective drama arrives in August, based on the murder of Sian O'Callaghan in 2011 and the controversy that followed
Philippa Perry, Louis Theroux and Nadiya Hussain are among the talents taking to the stage for the Southbank Centre’s Autumn Literature Season
Green cleaning isn't just better for the planet - it's better for our health. Here are the sustainable products and brands to have on your radar now.
Faith (Eve Myles) tries to resume her life as a local lawyer, 18 months after her secretive husband, Evan (Bradley Freegard), came back. But she's still paying for Evan's sins
This Autumn British Library will bring the vibrant world of Buddhist art to central London
The Linbury Theatre hosts an intriguing and diverse triple bill from Northern Ballet – The Kingdom of Back/Mamela/The Shape of Sound – this autumn
From Eve Myles's return to iPlayer sensation Keeping Faith to Mary-Louise (Meryl Streep) standing trial in the Big Little Lies finale, this week in TV is blessed with female-led drama
Prep, set and fix with the key products that will out-smart the blazing sun and humidity
Dance Umbrella 2019, or DU19 for short, kicks off at Sadler’s with Gisèle Vienne’s CROWD, a work set in a young people’s rave
Singer Ashley Riches on making music with old friends, working out and trying his hand at writing
Bored of the standard eggs benedict? Discover more unusual places for brunch in London, from extravagant dim sum to scandi rye bread
The second show of the Merce Cunningham Centennial at the ROH is Dance Umbrella’s The Future Bursts In at the Linbury Theatre
Maremma restaurant brings the Tuscan coast to Brixton. It also serves the best panzanella salad in London
We're on track for a very wonderful Christmastime in 2020, with Paul McCartney's musical version of It's A Wonderful Life due to hit the stage
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
Based on the Windermere novels by Paula Daly, ITV's Deep Water follows three friends in the Lake District as they cope with debts, motherhood, and mediocre husbands
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.
The Royal Ballet joins worldwide commemorations of the Merce Cunningham centennial with an exciting triple bill at the Linbury Theatre this autumn
From writer Joe Penhall and director David Fincher, Mindhunter will resume on Netflix in August. The serial killers featured will include Charles Manson and David Berkowitz
From helping convert buses into homeless shelters to teaching disadvantaged children how to read, these London volunteering schemes are looking for your help
Hilarious opera set backstage at the rehearsals for – an opera. A welcome revival of Gerald Barry's comedy
Massenet's romantic story of the doomed love of a passionate poet for a virtuous woman returns to Covent Garden in a visually arresting production
The year's landscape in the film industry is shaping up. Here are 10 movies to change the game in 2019
Philosophy and music collide as HowTheLightGetsIn festival brings stimulating discussion and world-class performance to Hampstead
Be the first at the door of these great London sample sales
Bond 25 writer Scott Z. Burns directs a salient investigative drama focusing on Senate agents aiming to uncover the shifty CIA underbelly of the terror attacks
Armando Ianucci (The Death of Stalin) kicks off the 63rd BFI London Film Festival with a fresh retelling of Charles Dickens' David Copperfield