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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
Book now: Ralph Fiennes to portray playwright David Hare in new autobiographical play about coping with Covid-19
After months of delays, Disney's live-action remake of Mulan, the most expensive film ever to be directed by a female filmmaker, is finally coming... to Disney Plus
John David Washington, Robert Pattinson and Elizabeth Debicki star in Christopher Nolan's 'time-inversion' thriller Tenet. And it looks like another winner
Newly announced broadcast of Fidelio takes Beethoven's only opera to a wider audience, with an all-star cast
Matteo Garrone's darker, more faithful adaptation of Pinocchio wields a dark visual power but becomes strangely mundane. Roberto Benigni (Down By Law, Life is Beautiful) stars
An immersive exhibition in the Barbican Curve, Toyin Ojih Odutola's A Countervailing Theory transports you to a mythical time where your imagination soars
Cures and curiosity: the latest Netflix docu-series (Un)Well examines some of the pros and cons of the wellness industry
From dealing with anxiety to getting your mojo back after months on furlough, here’s how to return to the workplace happily and safely
From (Un)Well's sceptical look at wellness trends to the action-packed, comedic fun of Teenage Bounty Hunters, this week in TV has many reasons to avoid the sun
Eliza Scanlen, Ben Mendehlson, Essie Davis: the biggest names from Australia play a family in crisis in the eccentric film debut from Shannon Murphy (Killing Eve)
Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, the love story to end all love stories, airs at Regents Park's Open Air Theatre in summer 2021
In a strange and elusive collaboration between Sky and Punchdrunk, The Third Day stars Jude Law and Naomie Harris as visitors to a mysterious island off the British coast
Game on: wild game menus in London are the healthiest, most sustainable way of eating meat. Here's where to feast this season
A seamless fusion of dance and army life, Rosie Kay Dance Company's 10 Soldiers will soon be available to stream online
In Charlie Kaufman's new Netflix movie, Jake (Jesse Plemons) and his girlfriend (Jessie Buckley) visit the former's parents (David Thewlis and Toni Collette). But his girlfriend is having doubts
New-look Proms announces a final fortnight of live music-making – including a healing Last Night of the Proms
From the one perched on a coastal clifftop to the one that dates back to the Roman Empire, these outdoor venues are saving the UK’s crippled theatre scene
Phoebe Waller-Bridge joins the cast for His Dark Materials season 2, in which Lyra (Dafne Keen) crosses the bridge between dimensions and finally meets Will (Amir Wilson)
Not risking a trip abroad this summer? No problem: these restaurants recapture that holiday appetite, transporting diners further afield via their taste buds
In this new BBC adaptation of Nancy Mitford's The Pursuit of Love, Lily James stars as an upper-class woman engrossed in ideas of love, sex and marriage
After months of closure, galleries, museums and family attractions are tentatively reopening. Here’s when you can next visit London's top cultural institutions
Subscription boxes inspire and educate. They're also a treat for kids and are especially handy for parents looking to support and entertain their children
A deeply engaging piece of dance-theatre, Akademi's The Troth commemorates the contribution of Indian soldiers to WWI and will soon be available online
From a more sceptical look at wellness trends in Un(Well) to the adventures of the Fab Four in Sex and the City 2, Netflix in August is appealing and eclectic
London sample sales to add to your diary: August 2020 brings a one-of-a-kind archive from a London design legend
In the latest BBC film from Jimmy McGovern, Anthony is a metafictional examination of Anthony Walker, a teenager murdered in 2005 for being black
The BBC's Imagine stable comes up close and personal with hip-hop choreographer Kate Prince, as she develops her hit show Message in a Bottle
With no school on the horizon for many children, online tutoring is no longer just a London phenomenon, it's now essential to help harried parents across the globe
From washing hacks to chic travel cases, here's how to care for your face mask, keeping it fresh and clean between uses
The show will go on as theatres introduce digital viewing options to bring the drama directly to you during social isolation
Plays, concerts and world-class dance can all be enjoyed online if you know where to look. Here, we bring you day-by-day culture to stream in self-isolation