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Female filmmakers are paving the way for an exciting future in the entertainment industry. From biopics to blockbusters, women are taking the reigns in 2019
Here's where to find the famous actors: London theatre 2019 is aglow with stars including Jessica Chastain, Jake Gyllenhaal and James McAvoy
Golden Globe winner Jessica Chastain makes her UK theatre debut in Jamie Lloyd's production of A Doll's House
Whether you're a romantic or are just here for the thrill of it, this week's major releases have something in store for you, including Marriage Story and Le Mans '66
From the rumours about who is playing Glastonbury 2020 to the first confirmed headliner... here's who will (and might) be rocking Worthy Farm
The blockbuster 2014 Donmar Warehouse production of Hollywood noir musical City of Angels comes to the West End
An exhibition coming to the Royal Academy in spring 2020 explores Gauguin's connection with the impressionists
Bridesmaids director Paul Feig and Emma Thompson team up for the rom-com with a cast plucked straight from our Christmas wish-list including Emilia Clarke and Henry Golding
Carols and festive music with a surprise line-up of opera stars, and your chance to sing along with the best
Noah Baumbach (Frances Ha) returns with a tender film about the difficulties of divorce on an intimate scale, with the help of Scarlett Johansson, Adam Driver and Laura Dern
Northwest London's literary queen Zadie Smith pens her first play, giving a Willesden twist to Chaucer's Wife of Bath
From a magical skate rink to a luminous forest, here's what not to miss this weekend
Nicholas Hytner will transform Philip Pullman's La Belle Sauvage into a play at The Bridge Theatre in 2020
The remarkable, reclusive author of the My Brilliant Friend series takes us back to Naples with new book The Lying Life of Adults
An exhibition exploring the work of surrealist photographer Dora Maar is coming to Tate Modern this winter
Strap on your skates and prepare to glide across the city's most festive, glittering rinks this winter with our guide to the best ice skating in London
The Royal Ballet serves up a sumptuous feast of pure dancing with its revival of The Sleeping Beauty, now in repertoire at the Royal Opera House
Here are the best shows to book now for autumn and winter's Christmas season for your toddler, from Peppa Pig to panto
From flying cars to sustainable futures, cutting-edge design comes to the capital
From Ancient Egyptian delights at the Saatchi Gallery to the problems world of 24 hour connectivity at Somerset House, here are the exhibitions to see this weekend
From Oscar winners to indie gems, it's time to take stock of what 2019 has given us. Only the best, here's every five-star film to catch up with this year
Steve McQueen's school photos projects goes on display at Tate Britain next week
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...
Richard Alston says a fond farewell to The Place, his artistic home for the past 50 years, as his own Richard Alston Dance Company enters its final year
From luxurious throws to wooden wonders, here are the winter interior design trends that you need in your home
Hotshot American writer Annie Baker returns to the National Theatre with The Antipodes, a new play about stories
Looking for things to do in London with the kids this November? We’ve rounded up the best the city has to offer.
How to embrace the vegan diet in London: plant-based dining that carnivores will love too
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...
The seven best shows to see in November, featuring a whimsical French musical, a Neapolitan epic and perilous ascent into the Andes
Theatre and music combine in Ivo van Hove's 'sensational' stage adaptation of Death in Venice at the Barbican
Return to Elio and Oliver's romance or spend more time with Olive Kitteridge as two of our favourite books get long-awaited sequels this autumn