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Studio Ghibli live orchestra at Wembley Arena.
Life

A Studio Ghibli live orchestra will play in London for this first-time show

The perfect follow-up to your Netflix binge.

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Hollie Richardson
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Travel

4 artsy things to do in Rijeka, 2020’s European City of Culture

From a feminist literary festival to city-wide installations.

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Megan Murray
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Yayoi Kusama
Life

One of the world’s most Instagrammable exhibitions is coming to London

Tate Modern will be home to a Yayoi Kusama exhibition in May 2020.

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Hollie Richardson
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Guatemalan worry dolls
Life

How people sleep around the world

Snuggly and surprising slumber practices from across the globe.

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Aiden Wynn
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Hannah Keegan
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This unique exhibition is all about mushrooms

Somerset House's new free exhibition explores the mushroom’s history in art, and why the humble fungi fascinates us still.

Mary Beard
Life

Mary Beard explains why men’s nudity is more “challenging” than women’s in 2020

Will you be watching Mary Beard’s Shock Of The Nude documentary?

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Hollie Richardson
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Life

13 soothing podcasts to help you nod off in no time

From ancient myths and legends to modern Hollywood mysteries...

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Moya Crockett
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Zadie Smith
Life

Zadie Smith’s first play will celebrate London’s new borough of culture

You're going to want tickets for this.

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Hollie Richardson
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Scottish flag
Life

This Scottish city is the cultural and creative centre of the UK

And we're ready to book tickets, pronto.

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Hollie Richardson
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Life

The latest exhibitions championing diversity in the art world

Roxane Gay highlights the best exhibitions at the world’s top cultural institutions

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Stylist Team
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Life

The best theatre shows, plays and musicals to see in London this autumn

From plays about political scandals to a blockbuster Elena Ferrante production, there’s lots to get your teeth into this theatre season.

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Stylist Team
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George Wales
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5 ways 'The Kitchen' defies stereotypes

Mob rules

The BFI London Film Festival has got 40 per cent female directors
Life

BFI London Film Festival has 40% women directors

Over 200 female filmmakers will be celebrated during the festival

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Emily Reynolds
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Life

Helen Mirren’s Catherine The Great is going to be your new TV obsession

Helen Mirren – actor, legend, national treasure – brings the Empress of Russia to life in a period drama full of “politics, passion and power”.

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Stylist Team
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Gypsy Rose and Dee Dee Blanchard
Books

The best podcasts, TV series and books about scammers to binge now

Obsessed with 2019’s breakout fraudsters Anna Delvey and Dirty John? Here are five more must-know cultural binges

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Francesca Brown
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Fashion

2019 Met Gala: Everything we know so far

From the theme to the guest list, here are all the details you need on the Met Gala

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Moya Lothian-McLean
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Mary Quant
Fashion

The V&A’s Mary Quant exhibit is a joyful reminder of how fun it is to be female

At a time when it’s easy to feel gloomy, this playful and punchy retrospective is a breath of fresh air.

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Moya Crockett
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Fashion

How miniskirt pioneer Mary Quant blazed a trail for women in the Sixties

Stylist speaks to Jenny Lister, co-curator of the V&A’s new Mary Quant retrospective

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Moya Crockett
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Anna Brech
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Sweden’s job of dreams will pay you to do nothing all day

Rock up at a train station and rake in £1,750 a month

Bristol's Clifton Suspension Bridge with hot air balloons
Life

City living holds this unexpected key to happiness

Science says so

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Anna Brech
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