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A lyrical if slightly bewildering viewing experience, A Woman’s Life (Un Vie) is adapted by Florence Vignon and director Stéphane Brizé from the Guy de Maupassant novel.
Even-numbered years are always better right (ok, forget 2016) – and 2018 is looking set to be a great year for cabaret, circus, theatre, comedy, festivals, exhibitions, food, fun and frolics galore!
Betwixt and between Christmas Day and New Years Eve, escape the family (or take them with you if you must) and enjoy a break from Netflix, chocolates, and leftover sprouts!
No spoilers, just the five best cinemas in London to watch Star Wars + their prices.
London’s Fringe! Queer film festival celebrating extraordinary LGBTIQA+ stories launches today (14 Nov). Don’t miss this chance to see these amazing films!
November you’re a firework, come on show ’em what you’re worth, make ’em go “Oh, oh, oh!”, as you shoot across the sky-y-y!
We review the most intriguing films from the 2017 London Film Festival programme – including Mudbound, Call Me By Your Name, The Shape of Water & MORE!
The BFI London Film Festival 2017 programme is crammed full of exciting new films, and we’ve picked out 18 highlights – from gala screenings to niche gems!
The spectacular Bregenz Festival is held in Austria every year and this is your chance to experience Carmen on the Lake whilst slurping coke and munching popcorn at your local cinema.