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The superlative stage production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time returns to the West End
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
Gaspar Noé returns with Climax, another piece of provocation, blending sex, drugs and faux-philosophical musings
La La Land director Damien Chazelle meets Ryan Gosling again on First Man, retelling the years of Neil Armstrong's life which led to a huge milestone in human history
From rom-com fashion fantasy to the movie we need right now: the latest film out now in cinemas
Milly Thomas's monologue about a suicidal woman is a sharp, smart and vital portrait of millennial mental illness
World-class steak is served with style and plenty of charisma at at slick city favourite M restaurant
From the director of The Mercy and the writer of Mindhunter, King of Thieves is a comedy heist movie without much comedy or heist
There is no better way to beat the post-summer blues than an outing to the Peacock Theatre to see the gloriously silly award wining comedy ballet troupe, the Trocks
From Now You See Me 2 director Jon M. Chu, Crazy Rich Asians is a rom-com fantasy that tackles class, family, and lavish lifestyles
Bradley Cooper directs and stars alongside Lady Gaga for the fourth iteration of this story – but everything about A Star Is Born feels alive and essential
In The Nun, director Corin Hardy takes on the sinister demon Valak from the Conjuring franchise. Unfortunately, there's not much to be scared of
In Desiree Akhavan's new film The Miseducation of Cameron Post, Chloë Grace Moretz takes on her bravest role to date
Following his documentary work on The Imposter, filmmaker Bart Layton returns with a heist no one needed but can still be enjoyed in American Animals.
Bad Faith, an ambitious cross-genre work by the Belgian choreographer Tara D’Arquian, returns to the Laban Theatre for one night only
From Annette Bening to Sidney Lumet's masterpiece, it's the CW roundup: the best films on Netflix right now
The latest film from UK-based Polish director Paweł Pawlikowski, Cold War is a chilling black-and-white melodic odyssey through Communist Europe, Paris and beyond
With Yardie, first-time director Idris Elba proves that London is an ever-expanding concrete labyrinth of worlds and stories
Expectations were low and the results aren't much higher. The Happytime Murders offers little in the way of humour, and doesn't even offend enough
Get glam this year: Kinky Boots The Musical brings sequins, stilettos and catchy songs to the West End in a riot of attitude and fun!
Acclaimed novelist Ian McEwan adapted his own novel for the screenplay of The Children Act. The result is a messily emotional affair, in which Emma Thompson tries to shine
Based on one of the most ridiculous stories never told, Blackkklansman shows Spike Lee hasn’t lost his touch but that he may just be out of it
In The Spy Who Dumped Me, Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon are the slapstick pair taking on spies galore in what has always been a man's world
A botanical wonderland of lights, fire plants awaits this Christmas in Kew Gardens
Pooh and the gang reunite to remind Christopher Robin of the importance of fun in this charming family film that focuses too much on reality
From freshly ironed shirts to on-demand massages, the London services busy people need
Jason Statham takes on a suitably 12A shark in The Meg, a modern, bonkers B-movie that's not as fun as it needs to be
A mother, a wife, but never enough on her own. Gemma Arterton plays a woman on the verge in Dominic Savage's The Escape.
From a horror house to a gamer's paradise, VR experiences to try in London
Henry Cavill, Angela Bassett and Vanessa Kirby join Tom Cruise for Mission: Impossible — Fallout, the stunning sixth instalment of the action film series
In Hotel Artemis, Jodie Foster tops off a cast including Sofia Boutella and Sterling K. Brown in a dark yet lighthearted film set in a deeply criminal future L.A.
14 years after the original comes the sequel to the finest animation film from the Pixar studios: Incredibles 2 arrives with new villains and a fresh sense of relevance