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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
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
British Surrealists at the Dulwich Picture Gallery promises to be an exhibition full of surprises
Famed Spanish auteur Pedro Almodóvar directs Antonio Banderas and Penélope Cruz in Pain and Glory, premiering in the Official Selection in Cannes
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
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Gurinder Chadha's Blinded by the Light sets an Asian-British coming-of-age story to a Bruce Springsteen soundtrack
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The year's landscape in the film industry is shaping up. Here are 10 movies to change the game in 2019
From an account of female sexual desire to a missing mother mystery, these new non-fiction books are the hottest reads of the summer
The five-star Chichester production of Singin' in the Rain comes to Sadler's Wells for limited run in summer 2020
From an Elena Ferrante epic to a Neil Gaiman fantasy, here's what to book in the National Theatre new season
Tickets are on sale for English National Ballet’s glorious Swan Lake in-the-round, which makes a welcome return to the Royal Albert Hall in 2020
In Apollo 11, Todd Douglas Miller beautifully follows the first manned mission to the Moon in 1969 - using never-before-seen footage taken from the time
Woody, Buzz, Bo Peep and friends are back in Pixar's most soulful film in years – Toy Story 4 delivers enough love and laughter for a lifetime
London's best open air theatre: summer is coming and culture's heading outside with a season of unmissable outdoor performances across the city
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Cannes darling Xavier Dolan returns with his maturest film to date: Matthias et Maxime celebrates friendship and repressed affection beautifully
From the finale that’s been 10 years in the making to the bright young writers causing a buzz, these are the nine books we are most excited about in 2019
An exhibition of works by the baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi to go on display at the National Gallery in 2020
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Finally, a wow-factor bar and restaurant in Waterloo. Hello Darling serves seasonal small plates and cocktails in marvellously maximalist surroundings
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Our round up of best family theatre and musicals for summer proves that there is, in fact, such a thing as "fun for the whole family"
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