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An exhibition of works by the baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi to go on display at the National Gallery in 2020
Here's where to find the famous actors: London theatre 2019 is aglow with stars including John Malkovich, Claire Foy and Hugh Jackman
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A new play from David Mamet: Bitter Wheat brings the origin of #MeToo to the stage as John Malkovich plays Harvey Weinstein
Terrence Malick returns to the Cannes Competition with A Hidden Life, an achingly beautiful blend of true events and meditative romance
First European Lee Krasner retrospective in 50 years comes to the Barbican next May
Sam Mendes's generation-spanning finance epic transfers to the West End after an impressive opening at the National Theatre
Buckle up for Rocketman: Elton John's fantasy comes to life in Cannes with glorious musical pizzazz. Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell and Richard Madden star
Finally, a wow-factor bar and restaurant in Waterloo. Hello Darling serves seasonal small plates and cocktails in marvellously maximalist surroundings
Teenagers crash an illegal rave, an actor is pushed to the edge, and criminals are sent to outer space. Here are the best films out now
From artificial intelligence at the Barbican Centre to the future of food at the Victoria and Albert Museum via the Museum of the Moon at the Natural History Museum
From Robert Mapplethorpe's controversial photographs of the male nude to defining camp at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, here's the art to see in New York this summer
Make the most of London's outside spaces (and the glorious weather) with our favourite family things to do outdoors
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"
Fancy nosing around the city's hidden gems? Discover the best secret gardens in London with Open Garden Squares Weekend
From outdoor theatre to the return of Photo London, here's what not to miss
Brian Welsh directs a picture of Glasgow 1994 in a coming-of-age movie with a ferocious, thumping edge
What to expect at this year's Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, the world's longest running open submission contemporary art show
Extended run and more tickets released for Marianne Elliott's stunning, sold out production of Death of a Salesman at the Young Vic
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.
Wondering what theatre to book and what plays to see? From fringe to the West End: London's best theatre
Pheobe-Waller Bridge plays Fleabag on stage for the final time in a revival of the 2013 one-woman show that catalysed a TV phenomenon
Small, but perfectly formed, the all-male dance troupe BalletBoyz make their West End debut with their hit showThem/Us
Playwright Lucy Prebble brings subterfuge to The Old Vic with a new play about the assassination of Alexander Litvinenko
Henry Moore: The Helmet Heads shines a new light on the artist's work and his relationship with the Wallace Collection
Natalie Portman dazzles as an abrasive chameleonic popstar in Vox Lux, Brady Corbet's film of stardom and sorrow
French auteur Claire Denis makes her English language debut and actress Olivia Wilde offers the world a fresh high school comedy in the best films out this May
The irrepressible theatre troupe Kneehigh’s Dead Dog in a Suitcase (and other love songs) returns to the Lyric Hammersmith knee-deep in plaudits and commendations
May your month be full of fabulous theatre, from immersive thrills to breaking-news satire
Stars at the Old Vic: Sally Field and Jenna Coleman lead a stellar cast in Arthur Miller's All My Sons