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Israeli innovator Nadav Lapid (The Kindergarten Teacher) returns with a fascinating film on absconsion. Synonymes won the Golden Bear at the 2019 Berlinale
From nap pods to fitness festivals, we've found the London wellness events you need to nurture your mind, body and soul
A Week With Marilyn brings together a collection of rare images by photographer Ed Feingersh, giving an intimate window into the star's life
Stand by for the hottest tickets in opera: this season's Glyndebourne booking opens to the public on 3 March. Here are the shows to catch
The first trailer for Disney's follow-up has arrived featuring new characters, tons more animation wizardry, a strange new autumnal world, plus a much darker tone
Prada turns to pastries, opening a London branch of its Milan bakery: Marchesi 1824
Podcasts like Serial, Welcome to Night Vale, and even Goop are getting the television treatment. Here's a list of our favourites
A new seafood restaurant from Bonnie Gull co-founder Alex Hunter, The Sea,The Sea, is opening in Chelsea
Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett's Good Omens is set to stream on Amazon Prime and stars David Tennant, Michael Sheen, and now Benedict Cumberbatch
Single? Swap Valentine’s for Galentine’s and celebrate 14 February with the women in your life
Quirky date ideas for a London Valentine's Day with a difference
The frailties of capitalism play out as director Rachel Chavkin revives Arthur Miller's Great Depression drama The American Clock at The Old Vic
It's been confirmed that Vince Gilligan's new Breaking Bad film is a two-hour Netflix sequel, with Aaron Paul returning as Jesse Pinkman
This free festival showcases the best of London's West End. Live singing and dancing from smash hit shows take over Trafalgar Square
The Belgian dance theatre company Ultima Vez returns to the Southbank Centre with Mockumentary of a Contemporary Saviour, a characteristically complex work by the choreographer Wim Vandekeybus
From the cherry blossomed igloos turning heads to the chocolate-making masterclasses melting hearts, spring brings with it a host of fresh things to do on a date in London
The Cinderella fairy tale goes on a magical musical tour, with composer Jules Massenet and director Fiona Shaw
As the UK prepares to leave the EU on 29 March, here’s where to enjoy the culture of our European neighbours while remaining marooned on British shores
Disney’s live-action remakes continue with Aladdin. Will Smith features alongside a group of rising stars
If the offer is too good to be true, it's a con. But when Faust is down on his luck, he falls for such a deal, in Berlioz's timeless opera.
The National Theatre 2019 season brings exciting adaptations, long-lost masterpieces and sizzling new writing
The Golden Globes and BAFTAs are behind us, the 2019 Oscars are soon here. Lists of winners and nominees aplenty, here's the guide to navigating awards season
In a major 2019 revival, Sir Peter Shaffer's Equus returns to Theatre Royal Stratford East courtesy of English Touring Theatre and award-winning director Ned Bennett
The acclaimed Beijing-based choreographer Tao Ye returns to Sadler’s Wells with his company TAO Dance Theater to present two pieces from its Numerical Series in 4 & 9
From the most chic catwalk cakes to the new Mariage Freres serving savoury and sweet delicacies infused with tea, these are London's best afternoon teas
Choreographer James Cousins weaves together three duets inspired by stories of separation for his latest contemporary dance offering at The Place, Epilogues
From Mansur Gavriel's pastel bags to J Brand's famously well-fitting jeans, be the first at the door of these great London sample sales
A Pulitzer-winning study of American racial divides, poverty and industrial malaise transfers to West End after impressing at Donmar Warehouse
Josie Rourke directs a new production of the Broadway classic Sweet Charity for her farewell production as Donmar Artistic Director
Boy Erased sees Jared (Lucas Hedges) forced into conversion therapy by his conservative mother (Nicole Kidman) and Baptist preacher father (Russell Crowe)
Coinciding with the major V&A Christian Dior exhibition is a more intimate photography exhibition at Proud Central London exploring Dior's revolutionary beginnings
Urban music festival Wireless brings Cardi B, Travis Scott, A$AP Rocky and more to Finsbury Park