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Indie filmmaker Josephine Decker returns with her third feature film Madeline's Madeline, featuring a star-making performance from Helena Howard
Spring means showers, in London at least. Avoid a wardrobe washout with our pick of waterproof jackets that don't compromise on style
From the eccentric fun of Martin Parr to the buzz of Photo London, these are the photography exhibitions to see now.
Playwright Lucy Prebble brings subterfuge to The Old Vic with a new play about the assassination of Alexander Litvinenko
Natalie Portman dazzles as an abrasive chameleonic popstar in Vox Lux, Brady Corbet's film of stardom and sorrow
May your month be full of fabulous theatre, from immersive thrills to breaking-news satire
Three of Leonardo da Vinci's most fascinating notebooks are going on display at the British Library
If reading has become a chore or a distant memory, get back into the groove with the most irresistible and compelling new books
There's another chance to be part of the biggest festival in the world this summer: here's how and when to get Glastonbury resale tickets 2019
Smoke and Mirrors: the psychology of magic, at Wellcome Collection is an exhibition focusing on the link between magic and the mind
In Mid90s, Jonah Hill marks his directorial debut with a hard exploration of male adolescence. Stevie (Sunny Suljic) befriends a group of older skaters to escape his abusive home life
Celebrating transgressive women and homegrown comedy, here's what to watch after Fleabag on Netflix
After winning Best Screenplay in Cannes, Happy As Lazzaro, Alice Rohrwacher's pastoral Italian tale, is set to wow the world
Remember this moment for Andrew Scott. Fleabag has confirmed its major player to match heavyweight star Phoebe Waller-Bridge in episode 4 of series 2
Bored of Barcelona? Take the road less travelled with our guide to the coolest weekend trips from London and alternative city breaks 2019
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
Don't stay in when the sun comes out. Savour fair weather with our guide the best London restaurants for outdoor dining
Our guide to female art exhibitions in London in 2019
Portmeirion's Festival No. 6 was our best worst kept secret about North Wales
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
The House of Dior V&A exhibition is a breath-taking celebration of haute couture and a welcome escape from reality. It's been extended so there's another chance to get tickets
There are so many reasons to watch Fleabag season 2 – and the second episode, with Fiona Shaw and Hugh Skinner in tow, proves why
The Affordable Art Fair's Battersea edition has closed its doors for another year, but there are still plenty of inspiring artworks available online
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
Who says Christmas only comes once a year? With these subscription boxes your little ones can experience the magic on a monthly basis.
To celebrate a year that sees women dominating many of the London galleries, we have brought together some of the best female artists on Instagram
Maggie Gyllenhaal plays a teacher with an alarming affection for her student in Sara Colangelo's remake of 2014 Israeli film The Kindergarten Teacher
The stars align on London's stages this March. Here are the seven shows you should see, from indie film inspiration to Tom Hiddleston's take on Pinter
Triplets separated at birth reckon with the dark conspiracy still brewing in Three Identical Strangers, a documentary hit from Sundance
First Sundance, then the Berlinale: Joanna Hogg's The Souvenir is the first major film of the 2019 festival circuit to look out for
Culture Whisper's resident foodie makes healthy eating delicious with this playful fruit & veg medley