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This is your final chance to see the best art exhibitions London has to offer
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It wasn't all franchise blockbusters and sequels this year. From the mesmerising Moonlight to the chilling Get Out here are our picks for the best films of 2017
A self-taught NYC phenomenon, a blockbuster David Hockney retrospective and a host of Modigliani's long faces: these were the exhibitions we loved the most this year
December means Christmas means Nutcracker madness.... but London offers alternatives
From a seedy urban thriller starring Robert Pattinson, to Paddington Bear's latest adventure, these are the best films out in November
November brings street dance, a radical reworking of a ballet classic, new work and a couple of vanity projects
'Nights people fell in love, set fires, smashed their lives to pieces'. Lost in sound: the best live performances of all time
The best films out in October include a chilling Michael Fassbender Nordic thriller and a warming coming-of-age Luca Guadagnino drama
Dance Umbrella takes over ever more unlikely sites in London, while the UK's top ballet companies collaborate to honour the late choreographer Sir Kenneth MacMillan, plus the return of BalletBoyz
After a quiet summer, dance is back in force across London this autumn... here are some of the best shows
For the next few months, these are the best films out – autumn 2017 has thrillers, dramas, horrors and blockbusters
Before his appearance in detective period drama The Limehouse Golem in cinemas this Friday, we select the best films starring Bill Nighy, Love Actually star and quietly radical national treasure
From Giacometti and Fahrelnissa Zeid at Tate Modern, to Pink Floyd and Balenciaga at the V&A – here's our pick of the best art in London
Something old... something new... and the much anticipated London premiere of superstar Carlos Acosta's new Cuban company, Acosta Danza
Get a few hours of peace this weekend with our guide to the best family movies in cinemas
The Twlight Zone on stage, a Tennessee Williams revival and a world premiere from King Charles III playwright Mike Bartlett: the Almeida stage is alight this season
World premieres, international voices and women writers dominate a diverse new season at the Royal Court
'The voices you hear at the Young Vic will be the most urgent': David Lan announces a bold final season of shows
Forget supermodel style – smart suitcases are the key to airport chic for summer travel
From purely classical Russian ballet to an immersive avant-garde show from Iceland and including a touch of pure flamenco, August dance caters to all tastes
Pack the prosecco and have a picnic with a twist in London's loveliest lunch spots
Calling all bikini beach babes - we’ve rounded up the best swimwear in London. Not only that, but we’ve done the hard work and found the sales. You’re welcome.
From Russia to Argentina by way of American tap, July dance in London is excitingly international
Don't know anything about podcasts? Not to worry, we've rounded them up the best podcasts 2017 has to offer, from basics to brand new
Some collaborations are as perfect as Pimms x lemonade, others are chalk and cheese. Here are the weirdest fashion collaborations in recent memory
Cannes 2017 introduced some marvellous films to the world – along with some not so marvellous ones
You don't have to be participating in the Chelsea Flower Show to maximize your garden game. Even the smallest spaces can become a haven this summer.
From new choreography at Covent Garden, through Casanova's life in dance and a new take on Argentine tango - May's dance is nothing if not varied
How will Big Little Lies answer all these questions with only one episode left?
From Picasso's beasts to Rodin-as-a-goat, these are the under-the-radar gallery shows coming your way this month
Glamour, tragedy and dancing for a good cause in April