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After the success of Get Out, Jordan Peele returns with Us. Lupita Nyong'o and Winston Duke star in the horror film that tunes into our anxieties
The Japanese cult choreographer Saburo Teshigawara returns to The Print Room with The Idiot, his take on the Dostoevsky novel that is rather lost in translation
Mark Morris’s Pepperland at Sadler's Wells is an explosion of colour and exuberant dancing, a fitting homage to The Beatles’ landmark album Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band
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
The Cuban ballet superstar Carlos Acosta gets the biopic treatment in Yuli, the uneven but often gripping tale of a rebel child forced to accept his destiny
Netflix and Chill? Sit back and celebrate the women in your life, with the best films about motherhood on Netflix now
Traditional British fare is served at a chic setting with views of Centre Point at VIVI
From Antony Gormley's moon landing to a gamer's paradise, VR experiences to try in London
The Japanese drummers-extraordinaire of Yamato are back with Passion, a new show guaranteed to shake the very foundations of the Peacock Theatre
In Under the Silver Lake, indie director David Robert Mitchell delivers a mind-mashing odyssey through a surrealistic Los Angeles as Sam (Andrew Garfield) tries to find a missing girl
From the fame of Never Mind the Buzzcocks, Simon Amstell has grown leaps and bounds. The comedian directs his second film, Benjamin, as a balm for self-torturing lonely souls
There are so many reasons to watch Fleabag season 2 – and the second episode, with Fiona Shaw and Hugh Skinner in tow, proves why
Captain Marvel, Brie Larson's entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is the first female-led superhero film of the franchise
Masculinity is in the spotlight in this potent play, which transfers to The Roundhouse after impressing at the National Theatre
Photographer Richard Billingham revisits his childhood with a powerful stillness and love laced with dysfunction in his debut feature film Ray & Liz
Brazilian filmmaker Alejandro Landes uses the backdrop of the Colombian civil war to tell a dizzying story of teenage angst and global chaos in Monos
The Royal Ballet gives Liam Scarlett’s first full-length work Frankenstein another outing; sadly it's as unsatisfactory as the work’s first run two years ago
Nordic folklore is combined with grisly crimes in a Swedish genre-bender Border, based on the writings of John Ajvide Lindqvist
From influential director Asghar Farhadi and starring Penelope Cruz and Javier Bardem, Everybody Knows is a fine-tuned family drama that sometimes falls flat
The National Gallery gives French artist Louis-Leopold Boilly his first UK exhibition – it's a short, sweet, captivating delight
Camille Vidal-Naquet's debut follows a male sex worker (Félix Maritaud) on the streets of Strasbourg, in an unrelenting exploration of desire, sex, and love
Based on one of the most ridiculous stories never told, Spike Lee's Oscar-winning Blackkklansman shows he hasn’t lost his touch but that may just be out of it
Maggie Gyllenhaal reboots The Kindergarten Teacher while photographer Richard Billingham makes his big screen debut
Based on a true story and starring Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali, Green Book has officially won Best Picture at the 2019 Oscars
First Sundance, then the Berlinale: Joanna Hogg's The Souvenir is the first major film of the 2019 festival circuit to look out for
Director Blanche McIntyre gives Molière's classic comedy Tartuffe a boisterous update at the National Theatre
Lebanese director Nadine Labaki's Oscar-nominated film shows the world the arduous realities of poverty and human trafficking
Felicity Jones and Armie Hammer star in the stirring true story of Supreme Court Associate Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Set in a boarding school, Old Boys follows Amberson (Alex Lawther) who reluctantly helps the handsome Winchester (Jonah Hauer-King) to win a French girl's (Pauline Etienne) affection
A crowd-pleaser, if ever there was one, The Royal Ballet’s sunny, funny production of Don Quixote is wowing audiences at the Royal Opera House
12 Years A Slave actor Chiwetel Ejiofor marks his directorial debut with The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, an inspirational but hardly invigorating look at Malawian history
Boy Erased sees Jared (Lucas Hedges) forced into conversion therapy by his conservative mother (Nicole Kidman) and Baptist preacher father (Russell Crowe)