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Dance takes pride of place this autumn on the brand new arts and culture online TV service Marquee.TV. Here are some of the highlights
A new, tropical-themed cocktail bar from Idris Elba – The Parrot – opens in Covent Garden this October
New York musical theatre bar hits London's Marylebone for five nights only
Take a break from city life to take care of yourself. From nap pods to fitness festivals; we've found everything you need to nurture your mind, body, and soul
GP’s lifestyle brand Goop launches in the UK with a new pop-up store in Notting Hill
Snug, new cocktail bars and original boozy pop-ups to drink at this autumn
Closing the BFI London Film Festival in a couple of weeks, the new trailer for Stan & Ollie shows Laurel & Hardy at their best.
From Q&As with word-class chefs to extraordinary blink-and-you'll-miss-them dinners, the foodie events to greedily anticipate
The BFI London Film Festival 2018 is around the corner - read on for recommendations of under-the-radar gems and tickets to book now
Segue seamlessly from shopping to theatre to dining with our guide to gastronomically exceptional eating in the West End
The museum replaces portraits of its male governors with paintings of the women who played a crucial role in its history
The Weeping Window poppies installation returns to London. This time at the Imperial War Museum, in commemoration of the centenary of Armistice Day
London's cosiest pubs are the best spots to get rosy-cheeked and merry in
Get your groove on to a series of show-stopping live bands at Camden's Jazz Café this autumn
Here's our round up of the pop-ups not to miss this summer
The frailties of capitalism plays out as director Rachel Chavkin revives Arthur Miller's Great Depression drama The American Clock at The Old Vic
Eat Art and Eat Talk are new this year, alongside a pop-up exploring the sensory future of dining
Our passionate love affair with brunch shows no sign of abating, but with so many options out there, where to go in London?
The latest addition to the DCEU is nearly in cinemas and we're swimming with excitement. Here's what we know so far
This month, the writer behind Press and Doctor Foster is filming his new three-part drama The Man. Here's what we know
A Pulitzer-winning study of the racial divides and industrial malaise in the USA's poorest city transfers to the Donmar Warehouse
The world-class tenor on music-induced injuries, the good life in London, and unwinding at 200mph
Be the life and Seoul of the party at this year's K-Music festival featuring contemporary, classical and traditional performances
Oscar-winning film-maker and Turner Prize-winning artist Steve McQueen to capture a portrait of young Britain
Legendary director Peter Brook returns to the National Theatre with a strangely staid, under-powered new play
Live like a Bright Young Thing for the evening at this Roaring Twenties-themed party hosted by the Candlelight Club at a top-secret location
Finally there's a follow up to the 37-floor-high Sushisamba, Heron Tower. Expect more Japanese-Peruvian-Brazilian cuisine, this time in Covent Garden
The contemporary dancer and choreographer Aakash Odedra presents the London premiere of his first company ensemble work, #JeSuis
Proceeds from Meghan Markle's book Together will be donated to the Hubb Community Kitchen and other Grenfell-related projects
Opening this year's London Film Festival, 12 Years A Slave director Steve McQueen teams up with writer Gillian Flynn on Widows, this Autumn's biggest hard-hitting crime drama
Immersive cinema is having a moment. More than just London cinema listings, from feminist film festivals to Stephen King scaries, here are the best cinema experiences London has to offer
The new trailer shows Mary Poppins flying back, correcting Michael's impoliteness, and playing with cartoons (again).