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Disney’s live-action remakes continue with Aladdin. Will Smith features alongside a group of rising stars
Director of The Big Short Adam McKay's political comedy-drama Vice includes Amy Adams and Steve Carell, as they take on the White House like never before
In episode three of ITV's Sheridan Smith drama Cleaning Up, Sam is moving deeper into the world of insider trading - even creating a fake persona to get ahead
The Golden Globes are behind us, BAFTAs are coming, the 2019 Oscar nominees have been announced. Here's the guide to navigating awards season
Try creative new specials every day at M1lk, the hipster café that draws crowds from around the city
Secret Cinema tickets are hard to come by, but a further batch is being released for the Casino Royale event. Book now for the new immersive cinema experience in 2019
Celine Dion, Robbie Williams and Florence and the Machine headline Hyde Park's British Summer Time Festival 2019
Music will sound around the clock and there will be dining with views of St Paul's in a landmark building to rival the world's most eye-catching arts venues
Don't worry about what happened in Avengers: Infinity War, Spider-Man is back and feeling better than ever as he swings around London in the trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home
The 69th Berlinale takes place from 7-17 February 2019. The international film festival offers world premieres and European debuts – here's everything to look out for
From the team behind the nightclub Printworks, Magazine London is a new 10,000-capacity venue on the Greenwich Peninsula
After the success of Get Out, Jordan Peele returns with Us. Starring Lupita Nyong'o and Winston Duke, the film explores the idea that we are our own worst enemies
Seven Dials Market by KERB opens in Covent Garden, bringing the best of London's street food scene to the West End
Featuring over 140 German wines, the WineBarn's annual portfolio tasting (now in its 19th year) returns to London
From NT Live screenings to the best of the Royal Shakespeare Company – theatre screened in cinemas has plenty to offer in London
Painter Anna Liber Lewis and musician Kieran Hebden AKA Four Tet are lifelong friends. Elephant West brings them together for Muscle Memory, a multi-sensory exhibition
From Fiorucci angels to Chinti & Parker knits, be the first at the door of these great London sample sales
Get closer to some of the most famous faces on the planet by visiting these London pubs and bars run by celebrities
We talk to rising stars Emma Mackey and Ncuti Gatwa about their roles on Sex Education, a Netflix Original series with a huge heart
The 2019 Serpentine programme begins with a showcase of the work of award-winning fashion designer Grace Wales Bonner and her contemporaries
From nap pods to fitness festivals, we've found the London wellness events you need to nurture mind, body and soul
Bookies' faves, secret sets, confirmed acts and rumours: Glastonbury headliners promise the best festival yet
The Design Museum Home Futures exhibition looks at the past, present and future of our living spaces
Manga has been influencing the western world for years. Now, the British Museum is giving you the opportunity to see the largest ever manga exhibition outside of Japan
The upcoming Tate Britain Sixty Years exhibition celebrates women artists working in Britain from 1960 to present
David Sims, Jeremy Deller and Jane How collaborate with British skate brand Aries on an immersive art installation shot on location at Stonehenge
The Winter Decorative Antiques & Textiles Fair returns to Battersea this January with a wealth of art, design and antiques spanning three centuries
Hollywood veterans, Broadway award-winners and a 17-year-old newcomer make up the cast of the Steven Spielberg West Side Story remake
After The LEGO Batman Movie and The LEGO Ninjago Movie, the original master builders return with The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
Enjoy tea-inspired cocktails, vinyl records and a good book at Covent Garden bar Teatulia
In his first London production since Yerma, Simon Stone reworks the Greek tragedy Medea in a boldly modern production at the Barbican
After Eugène Ionesco, Marianne Badrichani and Edith Vernes pick Sacha Guitry as the next victim for their sellout comedy