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British Surrealists at the Dulwich Picture Gallery promises to be an exhibition full of surprises
Female filmmakers are paving the way for an exciting year in the entertainment industry. From biopics to blockbusters, women are taking the reigns in the new year
Famed Spanish auteur Pedro Almodóvar directs Antonio Banderas and Penélope Cruz in Pain and Glory, premiering in the Official Selection in Cannes
Phoebe-Waller Bridge plays Fleabag on stage for the final time in a revival of the 2013 one-woman show that catalysed a TV phenomenon
It's time for some loving in cinemas – a teenager finding himself through song, two thirtysome women navigating the world with their friendship – with the new best films
A brand new permanent gallery space entitled Being Human is opening at the Wellcome Collection, designed to examine how we see ourselves in relation to each other and the planet
Wondering what theatre to book and what plays to see? From fringe to the West End: London's best theatre
The loveliest luxury yoga retreats in the UK to leave you feeling relaxed, revitalised and positively glowing
Whether you're looking for ambient romance or heartracing pop, this year's biggest releases have offered eclectic music to get you through study breaks, summer parties and slow evenings
Luxury art and design fair PAD London returns to Berkeley Square in October
Explore the Body Electric at Gallery 46, or the body ancient at the Bloomberg Space
From a seriously hyped essay collection to a sharply funny debut novel: the new paperbacks and hardbacks to get lost in this August
This September the House of Illustration will launch a fascinating exhibition of Cuban propaganda art
An exhibition at The Photographers' Gallery is set to explore Soho's colourful streets
The roaring twenties come to life with sparkle, drama and a large yet intimate party in this immersive production of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby
From cult spinning classes to cat cafes, we round up the London wellness events to nourish your mind, body and soul.
From a Roy Lichtenstein exhibition in Salzburg to a Rijksmuseum Rembrandt retrospective, plan your next weekend away around these unmissable European art exhibitions 2019
Song Dong brings humour and reflection to Pace Gallery in equal measure, with an exhibition exploring the impermanence of modern life
Gurinder Chadha's Blinded by the Light sets an Asian-British coming-of-age story to a Bruce Springsteen soundtrack
An exhibition coming to the Queen's Gallery, Buckingham Palace, will show off extravagant George IV's love of art
From flying cars to an immersive Mars exhibition, here's your guide to the unmissable design events this autumn
Classic production by David McVicar of Mozart's last opera returns to Covent Garden with a new cast
Cute cakes, finger food, and scrumptious scones – treat your children to one of these charming afternoon teas in London
Greek mythology comes to the small screen as HBO adapts Madeline Miller's enchanting novel Circe into a TV show
Lina Iris Viktor's sumptuous paintings are coming to Autograph for an immersive exhibition this September
From Margaret Atwood to Philip Pullman, the best new books books autumn 2019 has in store, to anticipate and pre-order now
This October the Photographers' Gallery will present Feast for the Eyes, a major exhibition delving into the history of food photography
Halloween is all about dressing up, having fun and crazy sugar rushes - but lucky Londoners have an excuse for spooky city excursions. Here's what's happening this Halloween...
Grayson Perry examines consumerism and identity in his latest exhibition at Victoria Miro
Major auteurs return and films directed by women shake up the landscape – this August offers a breadth of heavyweight movies to look forward to
Following the triumphant Can You Ever Forgive Me?, director Marielle Heller returns to tell the story of beloved children's entertainer Fred Rogers
A major solo exhibition by South African artist Mary Sibande is coming to Somerset House this autumn