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Pulitzer-winner Bruce Norris returns with a provocative play about convicted pedophiles. Downstate comes the National Theatre after making a stir in the US
In Late Night, Emma Thompson plays a talk show host in need of change. Mindy Kaling writes the searing comedy that impressed Sundance
Ralph Fiennes tells Rudolf Nureyev's story while Jordan Peele returns with Us – run, don't walk, to the cinema this week
In Quentin Tarantino's new film, Margot Robbie is Sharon Tate. New photos of Robbie and co-stars Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio and the first teaser trailer reveal more
At last, a new trailer: Stranger Things 3 is nearly here – here's everything we know so far
The White Crow, Ralph Fiennes' third film, tells the back story of the charismatic ballet dancer Rudolf Nureyev’s decision to defect from the Soviet Union in 1961
Jew, Money, Myths at the Jewish Museum London, offers an unflinching insight into the history of a damaging cultural stereotype
Celebrated playwright Howard Brenton returns to London's theatre scene with a new play based on Jude the Obscure
The wait for Avengers: Endgame is nearly over – but with half of all life destroyed, can the Marvel heroes hit back? Here's what we know...
First Gravity, then Interstellar and even First Man – we can't get enough of the intergalactic sci-fi movie. Natalie Portman stars in a trip back from the atmosphere
Soho's new Boulvard Theatre brings all day dining, dizzying feats of tech, late night cabaret and four new shows a year to the heart of the West End
Summer 2019 promises the return of Pixar's best creations with Toy Story 4. The official trailer gives a glimpse of what to expect from Woody, Buzz, and friends
Netflix and Chill? Sit back and celebrate the women in your life, with the best films about motherhood on Netflix now
Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott and Ella Balinska star as the crime-fighting trio in the remake of a female-fronted classic
Rising stars and veterans making a comeback are storming screens in 2019. Here are the names to remember for the upcoming year in cinema
Bread sets the tone of a meal. These London chefs not only make their own bread but mill their own flour.
We’ve sussed out the city’s most exciting and unusual speed dating events London 2019 has to offer. Quit swiping and read on for where to meet your perfect match
Since Roma won three Oscars and early festivals have shown terrific signs of promise – foreign language cinema is richer than ever. Here's what to watch this year
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
From oysters to lobster spaghetti, decadent seafood platters to fish croquettes, these are London's best seafood restaurants
Lover, nobleman, scoundrel, liar, cheat... They all roll into one in the character of Don Giovanni, but morality will win the day in a new production by Michael Boyd
The iconic film director Stanley Kubrick is coming to the Design Museum in 2019 with a retrospective exhibition covering his work and relationship with London
On the eve of a royal wedding, a stranger tries to lighten the sombre mood of the princess bride, in Offenbach's tender opera, being given its first UK staging
Chantal Joffe's year-long diary of self-portraits will be held across two Victoria Miro galleries in London
From Antony Gormley's moon landing to a gamer's paradise, VR experiences to try in London
Deborah Colker Dance Company whisks you off to Brazil in Dog Without Feathers, an intriguing dance work that brings a cultural poem to life
The Glastonbury 2019 line up is here – and it's a corker. From the Cure's goth rock to The Killer's indie hits and Kylie's gilded pop, here's who's playing
Haggerston gets a VR playground in the form of Otherworld. Guests enter one of 16 different experiences, then discuss their adventure over a bowl of poké and a cocktail
The queen of hip hop, Kate Prince, draws on Sting’s back catalogue for her new show, Message in a Bottle, coming to the Peacock Theatre in early 2020
'Sometimes dead is better': cursed burial grounds bring untold horrors in a new film adaption of Stephen King's novel
In MotherFatherSon episode 2, Caden (Billy Howle) is recovering from brain trauma – causing Kathryn (Helen McCrory) to remember her failed marriage to Max (Richard Gere)
To celebrate London Craft Week, the country's best perfumers have created bespoke fragrances for an exhibition at Mayfair's Beaumont Hotel