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With the city hotting up once more, here's where to find the best ice cream in London
Emma Corrin stars in Joseph Charlton’s tepid tale of a fraudulent aspiring art collector at the West End’s Harold Pinter Theatre
From a lake flanked by a sandy beach, to a calm and leafy stretch of the River Medway, we round up the little-known spots for wild swimming near London
The uncynical and humanistic Apple TV+ series Ted Lasso returns for another delightful season. Jason Sudeikis, Hannah Waddingham, Juno Temple and Nick Mohammed star
From the new father-son drama Nowhere Special, starring James Norton, to the latest Marvel movie Black Widow, starring Scarlett Johansson, here are the best films in cinemas this weekend
In the second and final series of Baptiste, the British Ambassador Emma Chambers (Fiona Shaw) wakes up to find her family gone. Julien Baptiste (Tchéky Karyo) is on the case!
A beach bar, a scenic rooftop and a community-focused taproom are among the best new bars to drink at in 2021
An exhibition of the life and works of Beatrix Potter at the V&A promises an immersive story-telling experience
Everything you need to know about wellness coaching and how it can help you recalibrate your lifestyle post-lockdown
Aisling Bea's relatable comedy-drama returns for a second series, following two Irish sisters – Aine (Bea) and Shona (Sharon Horgan) – as they navigate their lives in London
An elegant survey of works by Sophie Taeuber-Arp at Tate Modern highlights the artist's innovative genius
Storyteller and choreographer Luca Silvestrini and his company Protein bring En Route, a new outdoor promenade, to Woolwich this summer
From the return of comedian Aisling Bea's brilliant This Way Up to the final series of Baptiste, this week in TV welcomes back some fiction after a lot of sport
Laurie Nunn's sex-positive sitcom finally returns to Netflix this September, with returning performances from Asa Butterfield, Gillian Anderson, Emma Mackey and Ncuti Gatwa
Jesse Armstrong's cut-throat comedy-drama – following the family-led media empire Waystar Royco – is coming back for a third season. Adrien Brody and Alexander Skarsgård are set to star
Black Widow has often stayed on the sidelines. Cate Shortland directs the standalone prequel starring Scarlett Johansson, Florence Pugh, Rachel Weisz and David Harbour
Garish and glitzy, decadent yet discerning, Ave Mario opens in Covent Garden as Big Mamma's latest triumph
Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell return for season 2 of the #MeToo journalism drama The Morning Show
In Azazel Jacobs' new dark comedy, Michelle Pfeiffer plays a Manhattan widow who spends her entire inheritance and has to move to a flat in Paris. Lucas Hedges also stars
Former Dogma 95 filmmaker Thomas Vinterberg (Festen) makes a drunken Danish odyssey about four teachers who experiment with daily drinking. Mads Mikkelsen stars
From The Crown's Emma Corrin making her West End debut in Anna X to a starry revival of Nick Payne’s seminal play Constellations, July's top theatre is awaits
From the Swedish teen drama Young Royals to Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon A Time in Hollywood, starring Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio, Netflix in July is loaded with great choices
The musician in the vanguard of a new generation of women conductors describes the moment when music changed her life
After last year's hiatus (the first since WWII), Wimbledon is back on court for 2021. Here are some of the best places in London to catch a match this summer
Wembley Park adds new works to its famed open air Art Trail, bringing to 14 the number of exhibits in a variety of mediums accessible for free
For their latest immersive experience, Secret Cinema is turning to the instantly popular period drama Bridgerton. Booking opens on Monday 5 July
From the new Sparks musical Annette with Marion Cotillard to Wes Anderson's latest film The French Dispatch starring Frances McDormand, here are the Cannes movies we're excited for
Puccini, Handel, Poulenc, Mozart, Donizetti and a Cornish-set opera by a 20th-century pioneering British woman composer
Oscar-nominated actor Maggie Gyllenhaal is set to make her first feature film The Lost Daughter, based on the novel by Elena Ferrante. Olivia Colman and Dakota Johnson star
Supernova follows Sam (Colin Firth) and Tusker (Stanley Tucci), a middle-aged gay couple. They embark on a campervan journey across the Lake District after a dementia diagnosis
If you are tired of being stuck inside, there is a wealth of art waiting for you in the great outdoors
Bruce Miller's series adaptation of Margaret Atwood's novel continues in a fraught and nauseating return. Elisabeth Moss stars