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Legendary director Peter Brook returns to the National Theatre with a strangely staid, under-powered new play
Get ready for a practically perfect family theatre show: Mary Poppins returns to the London stage for summer 2019
The superlative stage production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time returns to the West End
Opening this year's London Film Festival, 12 Years A Slave director Steve McQueen teams up with writer Gillian Flynn on Widows, this Autumn's biggest hard-hitting crime drama
La La Land director Damien Chazelle meets Ryan Gosling again on First Man, retelling the years of Neil Armstrong's life which led to a huge milestone in human history
As the Courtauld Gallery closes for a two-year refurbishment, National Gallery presents the creme-de-la-creme of the Courtauld Impressionist collection
From rom-com fashion fantasy to the movie we need right now: the latest film out now in cinemas
We lift the curtain on the biggest and best plays opening in London this autumn and beyond
From the new V&A Dundee to LDF 2018, here's your guide to the unmissable design events this autumn
The luxury art and design fair PAD London returns to chic Berkeley Square for its twelfth edition
There is no better way to beat the post-summer blues than an outing to the Peacock Theatre to see the gloriously silly award wining comedy ballet troupe, the Trocks
Welcome return to Covent Garden of a moving Verdi grand opera staged in the grandest style
Vegetables have never had it so good. Ottolenghi's new Fitzrovia restaurant makes sweetcorn and celeriac scrummy instagram hits
Wondering where to go for fireworks in London? Bonfire Night 2018 is ablaze with impressive displays. Culture Whisper rounds up the best
Have a browse through our top picks of this season's sneakers
Bradley Cooper directs and stars alongside Lady Gaga for the fourth iteration of this story – but everything about A Star Is Born feels alive and essential
Lest We Forget, English National Ballet's commemoration of the centenary of the Great War, returns to the stage
Inspirational works by JS Bach are cut with contemporary compositions influenced by them. Featuring Roderick Williams
In Desiree Akhavan's new film The Miseducation of Cameron Post, Chloë Grace Moretz takes on her bravest role to date
Start exercising as you mean to go on, with equipment that will inspire you to work out at home
Culture Whisper's resident foodie makes healthy eating delicious with this playful fruit & veg medley
Following his documentary work on The Imposter, filmmaker Bart Layton returns with a heist no one needed but can still be enjoyed in American Animals.
Iranian-American Brooklynite Desiree Akhavan is back with her passionate film The Miseducation of Cameron Post. Akhavan tells CW about teenagehood, London, and how to reckon past admiring men with power
Banish notions of preachy self-help books and find solace in a new wave of inspiring literature - because self-improvement and learning doesn't stop with school
From Annette Bening to Sidney Lumet's masterpiece, it's the CW roundup: the best films on Netflix right now
Let rip with the tango, be moved by Handel and Britten, then party at the tuneful Last Night
The latest film from UK-based Polish director Paweł Pawlikowski, Cold War is a chilling black-and-white melodic odyssey through Communist Europe, Paris and beyond
Meghan's exquisite Givenchy gown will go on display in A Royal Wedding: The Duke and Duchess of Sussex exhibition at Windsor Castle
Bach, Verdi, Stravinsky ... and a Gilbert and Sullivan satire on the law
Alice Skinner, illustrator and art activist, talks the power of Instagram, bringing about change through art and the most exciting project of her career so far
Didn't make it to the Royal Mile? We round up the shows that made a splash at the Edinburgh Fringe, which you can see right here in London
The six UK culinary pilgrimages to plan