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With the final heatwave over, it's time to prepare for the autumn showers. Avoid a wardrobe washout with our pick of waterproof jackets that don't compromise on style
Mark Leckey's immersive exhibition, O' Magic Power of Bleakness, comes to Tate Britain
Film festival season is in full swing, paving the way for awards to come. From starry biopics to dark comic book reinventions, this month's picks have something for everyone
Possibly the most exciting dance/film event this year,
Romeo and Juliet: Beyond Words is a new blood-and-guts film version of Kenneth MacMillan’s masterpiece ballet
Chimerica playwright Lucy Kirkwood's new play is about a jury of 12 women in 1759 who must decide if another woman is hanged
From Antony Gormley's monumental sculptures at the Royal Academy to Damien Hirst's butterfly Mandalas, here are the shows to see this week
Whether you’re looking for Christmas presents for Mum, inspiration for your loved one, gifts for teens or anything in between – we have the ideas on every woman’s wishlist
A powerful man who uses his status to seduce women looks as topical as ever, but he has met his match in Donna Anna
The on-sale dates for Glastonbury 2020 tickets have been announced. Here's when, where and how to get tickets, from registration to booking
Tate Modern is set to hold a major Andy Warhol exhibition in spring 2020
Smash hit musical Dear Evan Hansen finally transfers to London, with a score written by La La Land's composer and lyricist
Lina Iris Viktor's sumptuous paintings are coming to Autograph for an immersive exhibition this September
Uncompromising artist Mona Hatoum fills White Cube Gallery with thought-provoking installations
Playwright Lucy Prebble brings subterfuge to The Old Vic with a thrilling and audacious play about the assassination of Alexander Litvinenko
From Margaret Atwood to Philip Pullman, the best new books books autumn 2019 has in store, to anticipate and pre-order now
From achingly cool photographers to tastemakers wooing the style set, these are the best art-world Instagram accounts to follow and feel inspired by now
Damien Hirst's first major London solo exhibition in seven years comes to White Cube Gallery, Mason's Yard
Wondering where to watch the fireworks in London? Bonfire Night 2019 is ablaze with impressive displays. Culture Whisper rounds up the best
Wondering what theatre to book and what plays to see? From fringe to the West End: London's best theatre
To celebrate the Turner Prize coming to Turner Contemporary, Margate is holding an arts festival the promises to be bigger and better than ever
With its new programme, Evolution, Acosta Danza, Carlos Acosta’s own Cuban company, shows its versatility in a programme of new work and one old favourite
Ai Weiwei's latest London show at Lisson Gallery brings together influences from across the globe with some familiar – and not so familiar – sculptures
Don't miss the best of London theatre: 2019 promises tonnes of talent, a surplus of stars and ample applause. Here are the shows we're excited to see
From flying cars to an immersive Mars exhibition, here's your guide to the unmissable design events this autumn
Bohemian Rhapsody, The Greatest Showman, Rocketman and more: every sing-along to know about in London this year
Greek mythology comes to the small screen as HBO adapts Madeline Miller's enchanting novel Circe into a TV show
Joanna Hogg's The Souvenir paints a portrait of 1980s London with an incandescent love story at its core – starring Honor Swinton Byrne and Tom Burke
A family favourite for more than 30 years, Jonathan Miller's fast, funny and satirical production of Gilbert and Sullivan's operetta returns for an incredible 15th time...
Ballet Preljocaj La Fresque, the work of one of France’s most exciting contemporary choreographers, weaves its magic at Sadler’s Wells this autumn
Famed auteurs make long awaited returns with love letters from Tarantino, Almodóvar and Del Toro – as well as Russian rock and pre-teen comedy, it's a heavyweight weekend in cinemas
Discover the most inspiring art exhibitions 2019 outside of London that may just tempt you on a UK mini-break
The upcoming National Gallery Paul Gauguin exhibition will be the first ever exhibition to focus solely on his portraits